The Art & Visual Studies Department hosted Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones, and the New Protest #Journalism.
OEI’s “Educate Yourself” training series, a workshop focusing on providing students with tools to learn more about inclusivity and advocacy.
The QC dove into historical archives of newspapers from the 1918 pandemic to uncover the story of Whittier’s first major pandemic experience.
College implements the Bias Incident Report, a new tool for students, faculty, and staff to report incidents of bias that occur on campus.
On Oct. 1, the Office of Equity and Inclusion held their annual LGBTQIA+ Mixer for the first time over Zoom.
Now that we are a little over halfway through the first quarter using the module system, it is time for a community check-in.
“At the end of the day all you can do is try your best to maintain and protect your health, the rest is up to the universe.“
Everyone is dealing with this in their own way, so reach out to people; have a little reminder that you aren’t alone.
We must think of all the women who fought for true equality — equality across the board — not just the spotlight few.