The Campus Inn parking lot.

New Year, Same Problems: Commuters’ Struggles on Campus

Commuters are happy to be back on campus, for reasons ranging from the positive social aspect of learning in a room with people to not being forced to pay full tuition for “Zoom college” anymore.

Whittier Students Respond to the 2020 Election Results

The QC has compiled student voices from across the Whittier College campus as they react to the final results of this stress-ridden election

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Kole Joachim Edition

“After all, college is not only about growing in your academics,” Joachim encourages, “but also growing as an individual as well.”

Poets on the Hunt for Work Study Opportunities

With campus life being put to a halt, students are without employment and lack financial support after relying on FAFSA Work Study awards.

Representing a virtual community: First-year Class Council elections

The First-year Class Council elections are underway, but do freshmen feel comfortable representing the WC community?