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Let’s All Go to the Movies!

Let film enthusiast Emily Henderson be your guide to explore and discover your next favorite indie theater in Los Angeles County.

The wonderful cast who acted in the play clapping, smiling, and standing on the stage in front of the blue background.

Panic in Detroit ’67!

Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morriseau and directed by Gil Gonzalez opened Thursday, October 6th at the Shannon Center.

Photo of the Hartley House with sunlight puring through the branches and green leaves of the trees surrounding the building.

Lights, Cameras, No Bills!: Discussion with Francis Maxwell

Francis Maxwell discussed his story and inspiration for his brilliant film Post No Bills at the Hartley House.

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Subie Fest

The Subie Fest brought together car enthusiasts at the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino on September 18.

Director Rick Dominguez wrapped his arms around the shoulders of producer Patti McCarthy and actress Ammy Ontiveros who worked on making the film possible.

Carlos Kicks Off Downtown L.A. Film Fest

Carlos Through the Tall Grass encapsulates the efforts and talent of over twenty Whittier College students, alumni, and professors.

“Im Glad My Mom Died” Memoir

Jennette McCurdy’s Grim and Raw Memoir

Alissa Portillo Opinions Editor Trigger warning: abuse, eating disorder, mental health, grief, and manipulation  Book charts are skyrocketing with a new and yet shocking novel written by Jeannette McCurdy—commonly known as Sam—from Nickelodeon shows like iCarly and Sam & Cat, working closely with actors like Miranda Cosgrove, Ariana Grande, and Nathan Kress. A new memoir […]

Senior Send-Off: Kim Tsuyuki, the QC’s Busy Bee

At 5’1 (and 3 quarters), you may not see Kim Tsuyuki running around making sure something is in order, but she is definitely always on the go.

Brookins posing in front of heart lights

Senior Send-Off: Cedes Brookins on the Big Screen

Cedes Brookins is a talented individual with a love of filmmaking and writing poetry, there’s no doubt we’ll see her on the big screen.

Student Creative: Madison “Musical Mastermind” Brown

Second-year vocalist Madison Brown finds sanctuary in her music alongside the support of her family and friends.

The Art and History That Makes Up Black Culture

Office of Equity & Inclusion and Whittier students get a tour showcasing Black art as well as Black culture.