Oscar Aliaga

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Oscar Aliaga Edition

Unlike what many tend to think, football players are not in college just to focus on developing their athletic abilities.

Marina in black in the white

Men, Listen Up. Marina Has Something to Tell You

“Man’s World,” a song Marina Diamandis released on Nov. 18, tells a story about women’s rights, and a satirical way to begin speaking to men.

Lisa Hernandez

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Lisa Hernandez Edition

Lisa Hernandez, spread her wings at Whittier College, and is now doing research with Dr. Peterson, which earned her a fellowship.

collage of hospital bills with an empty hospital room in the background

COVID-19 Ruined Our Lives, Now It’s Ruining Our Wallets

COVID-19 has been impacting many different areas of our lives, including how much money we are now spending.

Shan Deneen

Senior Spotlight: Shan Deneen Edition

Shan Deneen chose to pursue STEM despite prior discouragement, and is now being published alongside her mentor.

Photo of Gianluca Bencomo

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Gianluca Bencomo Edition

Bencomo’s philosophical approach to life balances on an understanding of life’s temperance and a desire to make the most of it.

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.”

A picture of Allissa Richardson during her presentation.

Bearing Witness While Black: Rising Accountability in Modern #Journalism

The Art & Visual Studies Department hosted Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones, and the New Protest #Journalism.

Senior Spotlight Sundays: Gabriel Pridgen-Daniels

He originally went to the recruiting office just to talk to the Navy SEAL team, but they told him his mindset was fit for a Navy SEAL.

The Pinks sat together and watched multiple clips from their trainee days and reflected on what that time in their lives meant to each of them.

Sisterhood and Hard Work Light Up Our Sky

Four years after their debut, BLACKPINK collaborated with Netflix to create a documentary detailing their time as trainees and their lives as K-Pop idols.