California Passes the Student Borrower Bill of Rights

The Student Borrower Bill of Rights, or Assembly Bill 376, was signed into law by Governor of California Gavin Newsom on Sept. 25, which aims to protect college students like the Poets.

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?

Trump on Full Display as Biden Holds Back

Labeled “a mess” by viewers, the first presidential debate was full of interruptions as moderator Wallace struggled to gain control.

Will COVID-19 Turn Out to be as Bad as Cancer?

COVID-19 might be at the forefront of everyone’s mind, and it is definitely absorbing a lot of medical attention as far as general research and, more importantly, the rush for a working vaccination goes, but what about other medical diseases we have yet to cure? Just recently, on Sept. 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader […]

California’s wildfires and the controversy engulfing them

California’s elevated fire activity, and the states response to the devastation, have been engulfed by political controversy.

Following in Footsteps of Feminist Trailblazer — Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death marks a loss as young women reflect upon her legacy and wonder what is next to come.

Whittier College’s Plan for Racial Equity and Justice

In response to Black Lives Matter and @BlackAtWhittier, the College has created a plan to help the campus work towards racial equity.

Monitoring Health on Campus One Day at a Time

Whittier has only allowed about 50 students to reside on campus, leaving us to wonder what dorm life looks like.

Running on empty: How Whittier is keeping its (virtual) doors open

As expected, the financial state of Whittier College is not stable while operating under a huge deficit, which raises concerns with students.

English Majors’ Temporary Trouble Staying On Track for Graduation

Over the summer, the English department was lead to host a very limited number of classes being offered this Fall semester.