Media & Publications
The Quaker Campus
First published in 1914, the Quaker Campus (or "QC") is a weekly student newspaper that tackles issues and concerns pertaining to the Whittier College community, provides weekly sports updates and entertainment reviews, and gives insight to student thought through favorite departments such as "Cheers & Jeers," editorials, and letters. Advertising space is available for purchase on a single or multiple placement basis. Students interested in joining the QC production or editorial staff can either volunteer or earn experiential credit by registering for INTD 011. There are a few, paid-staff positions available. Visit the QC’s website at www.thequakercampus.com.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 562.907.4254
Office: Student Center, Bldg A-1st Floor, #140
The Acropolis is the campus yearbook distributed annually to all students as part of the student activity fee. Any student interested in working on the Acropolis is welcomed to volunteer or earn experiential credit by registering for INTD 012 in the spring semester.
Office: Student Center, Bldg A-1st Floor, #139
Every spring semester students from the English honorary society, Sigma Tau Delta, publish the Literary Review. All students are invited to submit poetry, short stories, plays, or essays on any topic to be considered for publication; submission deadlines will be given at the beginning of each spring semester.
KPOET's format presents everything from rap to classical, as well as select talk shows. Students interested in a position as on-air talent, production or tech, or on its special events management team should contact station management. Two classes for credit are associated with the radio station, "Introduction to Radio Broadcasting" and "Radio Hosting," which are taught by the KPOET advisor. Listen in at www.kpoetradio.com.
Contact: email@example.com; 562.907.4992
Office: Student Center, Bldg A-1st Floor, #131
Studio: Student Center, Bldg A-1st Floor, #132
Video Production Studios (VPS)
A relatively new club, VPS takes advantage of the campus' media center and equipment to experiment with filming and editing techniques and to produce films on a variety of topics.
Office: Student Center, Bldg A-1st Floor, #141