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Mask Mandate and Repercussions at Whittier College

The COVID-19 Task Force sent an email to all students on March 4, 2022 stating that Whittier College will still require face coverings.

COVID-19 and the Reopening of Whittier College: What to Know

As campus is opening back up tomorrow, Feb. 21, Whittier College has some important guidelines to share with students, staff, and faculty.

A sign that reads "COVID-19 Testing Center" outside of Villalobos Hall at Whittier College.

Whittier and Other College’s Precautions for New COVID-19 Wave

As COVID-19 cases rise in the U.S., so do questions about what adjustments the world, and Whittier College, face.

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COVID-19 Outbreak Before Holiday Break

Whittier College has suspected a “COVID cluster” as of Wednesday, Dec. 8, following the school’s week-long Thanksgiving break.

People wearing face masks.

The Quaker Campus Guide to Face Masks

Since we have been living with a pandemic for nearly two years, here is a guide to the best face masks for COVID-19.

Whittier Introduces On-Campus Testing Site

On Sept. 15, 2021, the Whittier College COVID-19 Compliance Task Force sent out an email the community about WC’s new testing procedures.

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Administrative Silence Limits COVID-19 Safety

Whittier College is a little over week into classes, and students and faculty are already being notified of possible exposure to COVID-19.

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In an Uncertain World: Letter from the Editors

As the Whittier College community returns to campus for the first time in over a year, the Quaker Campus seeks to provide content that represents and informs the community’s concerns, hopes, and questions during this time.

A sign posted in Whittier College about COVID-19 symptoms.

Anxiety of Being Back on Campus

Being back in person is great, but the COVID-19 protocols put in place by the College do not fully reduce the anxiety of being back.

Healthcare workers and volunteers administer vaccines at the drive through distribution site at The Forum

Vaccinations in California Become More Accessible

Starting April 15, people aged 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  This means more shots in arms, and less sick people.