NASA’s Newest Rover Landing Shows That A Little Perseverance Goes A Long Way

On Feb. 18, NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover successfully landed in the Jezero Crater on Mars. 

Texas Without Power and Water Amidst Devastating Winter Storm 

Over one-third of the continental U.S. has been affected by intense snow storms and Texas has been hit hardest due to weak infrastructure.

Office of International Programs Says Study Abroad to Reopen in Fall

The Office of International Programs has announced that study abroad courses will restart in Fall 2021, when Whittier College reopens.

Professors Search For Alternatives to Mandatory Textbook Expenses

As Spring Module 2 begins, some professors have sought to provide more financially accessible alternatives to mandated textbooks.

Dean Bruce Smith Announces Campus Plans for Title IX Support

Dean of Students Bruce Smith sent a statement to the student body regarding the College’s new plans for Title IX support on campus.