The first-ever Whittier Drag Show featured a variety of talents from Whittier students to alumni alike. Premiering at the Harris Amphitheater, this was the first myriad of performances the school put on, titling their show, “Poet Pride: Drag Show.”
Día de Los Muertos at its core is a celebration of life, with rich cultural history. M.E.Ch.A. created a space that celebrated community and identity, which is something that Whittier College does best.
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, K-Poet Radio and M.E.Ch.A collaborated on the organization of Latinx Night.
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.
Ants on campus are common, but mass numbers inside will always be off-putting. Quaker Campus suggests holistic methods to keep the pests at bay.
QPR is innovative in that it brings the whole community together in working to prevent self-harm and suicide.
The first Open Mic Night occurred, where Whittier College students came together celebrating poetry, music, and most of all – community.
The Whittier Scholar Program allows students to design their own major and make it their own so it fits their exact needs and interests.
Drama Club is finally coming back after two years off, and they have lots of ideas for how to enrich Whittier College’s theatrical community.