Whittier College’s Safe Space for Inclusion

The Gender and Equity Center on campus is up and running! Students should feel welcome to come visit the new center!

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Six Enchanting Events to Fuel Your Spooky Spirit

Haven’t been to any spooky attractions yet? Choose the right event for you, your friends, family, and boo with these events!

Poet Receiver Catching the Ball

Football Aims for a Turnaround

After underperforming in the 2021 season, Poets’ Football looks to turn things around heading into the 2022 season.

Latinx Night Brings the Culture

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, K-Poet Radio and M.E.Ch.A collaborated on the organization of Latinx Night.

Fellowships for All Types of Fellows

Whittier College provides numerous fellowship opportunities for students in all years and all majors; individuals can ask Dr. Sylvia Vetrone, the Director of Fellowships, about the fellowships available. 

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Let’s All Go to the Movies!

Let film enthusiast Emily Henderson be your guide to explore and discover your next favorite indie theater in Los Angeles County.

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Panic in Detroit ’67!

Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morriseau and directed by Gil Gonzalez opened Thursday, October 6th at the Shannon Center.

Halle Bailey Casted As Little Mermaid

The Undersea Mermaid Will Be Black

Skye Lamarre Staff Writer Yes, Ariel is Black. No, you should not be kicking and screaming over it. When I first heard that Disney was casting Halle Bailey as Ariel for their live-action remake of The Little Mermaid, I was absolutely thrilled. I’ve been a fan of Disney films for as long as I can […]

Bad Bunny’s Impact On Latinx Communities

Yo Perreo In The Classroom

Natalie Pesqueira Social Media Manager This Spring, graduate students at San Diego State University will get a crash course on the reigning King of Billboard, Bad Bunny. The course will be taught by Dr. Nathian Rodríguez, the associate director of The School of Journalism and Media Studies at SDSU. He created the course to teach […]

Poets' Soccer Player kicking the Ball.

Mid-Season Look at Men’s Soccer

A look into the Poets’ Men’s Soccer team just over halfway through their 2022 season. Looking at the addition of new players and formations.