The Quaker Campus sat down with President Oubré to discuss the questions and concerns floating around campus.
The nearly school-wide power outage on Nov. 3 disrupted the routines of both residential and commuter students.
Whittier has accommodated students in isolation by providing assistance in moving to the isolation dorms and providing three meals a day.
The elevator in the Science & Learning Center is currently down. Technicians are scheduled to repair it tomorrow morning.
Events like the Black Women’s Forum are helpful for creating a welcoming environment on campus, but more could be done to enhance these events.
There has seemingly been many complaints regarding bugs on campus, but is it as serious as students are making it out to be?
For many commuter students, making the campus more commuter-friendly could help when taking a break in-between classes, connecting with other students, and attending campus social events.
You have been through a lot. Whether or not you are consciously aware of what the world has put you through, it is way too much to shoulder on your own.
The priority of Sites of Solidarity is to create a space of learning, healing, and refueling.