Meme Culture, Sculptures, Charity — Oh My! The Tales of Gia Honne

If you’ve ever met third-year Gia Honne, “bold” would definitely be the first word that comes to mind to describe their style.

Memoriam, by Whittier Alumna Lauren Swintek: Heart-Wrenching Story of Grief

Whittier ‘20 alumna Lauren Swintek captures the complexity of grief in a beautifully eerie way in her short film Memoriam. 

Paradise Cove Invents a Completely New Genre

Paradise Cove was incredible. I’m personally not the biggest fan of instrumental albums, but this truly blew me away.

Amazon’s Invincible: A Practice in Grittiness

If you aren’t too squeamish and don’t mind the gore of “real superheroes,” then you’ll enjoy Invincible as a fun comic book adaptation.

Angie Costello Navigates the Thrift and Graphic Design Communities as a Woman of Color

Angie Costello is a third-year at Whittier College with not only her own thrift store, but a talent for graphic design and sticker-making.

Cat Tang, who is discussing her poetry, smiling

Cat Tang Brings Poetry to Life

Tang is finishing up her English major with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Chinese, and she is itching to write more.

93rd Oscars: Pandemic-Grandeur Gone Wrong

Alright, folks, it’s Oscar time, and I’m tired. Why, you may ask? Because, honestly, I find the Oscars exhausting.

Chronicles of Being a Disney Adult

With Disney planning to reopen their parks on April 30, I, and many others, can finally go back to my happy place.

Intersectional Poetry Slam Highlights Resilience

The fourth Annual Intersectional Poetry Slam, put on by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, highlights our resilience over the past year.

Race and Racism in The Real World Homecoming: New York

When the 1992 cast came back for Real World Homecoming: New York on Paramount+ conversations around racism in America sparked back up.