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Tongva People and the Connection to Whittier College

Tongva people have finally received a portion of their land back in L.A., and Whittier College provides resources to help with recognition.

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“It Is What It Is”: Recap of Athletics Town Hall Meeting

After Whittier College announced the cancellation of multiple athletic programs, the College put on a town hall meeting for the community.

The movie poster for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The Black Panther Lives On

The newest Black Panther movie hit theaters on November 11th, and it delivered a story that is wickedly sharp and heart wrenching.

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Whittier College Community Protests Against Cancellation of Multiple Athletics Programs

In response to the recent cancellation of multiple athletics programs at Whittier, students and faculty held a protest.

Whittier College Announces Discontinuation of Multiple Athletics Programs

On November 15th, Whittier College announces the discontinuation of multiple sports programs on campus: football, lacrosse, and golf.


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Senate Senior Spotlight: Alex Coco

Alex Coco is a senior on both Senate and PSALA. He strives to want to make Whittier a place of community for all.

The Show That Was Anything But A Drag

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.”

Dia De Los Muertos – Whittier Style

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.

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The Black Parade is Alive!

My Chemical Romance had their first LA show on Wednesday, October 11th, then another on the 12th, on the 14th, 15th, and 17th.