Amanda Cabanilla, a senior majoring in sociology has a desire to radically transform the world and has been able to thrive as a researcher at Whittier. Next stop: University of Chicago.
Sociology major with a minor in religious studies... More
Joyce Kaufman has sparked intellectual dialogue about political science in her Whittier College classrooms for more than 30 years. She's inspired students with her passion, cultivated dedicated scholars through her curriculum, and served as a role... More
After a lot of hard work and artistic inspiration, several Whittier students took top prizes at the end-of-the-year student art exhibition.
Skyler Dayton's '16 topographical maps of Yosemite Valley and part of The Grand Canyon took first place... More
Whittier College's 2016 Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (URSCA) Presentation Day highlighted the quality undergraduate research produced by Whittier students.
The all-day conference included simultaneous poster... More
Derek Blankenship, a senior majoring in English with an affinity to Chinese and computer science, has been able to thrive as a student newspaper leader at Whittier, with plenty of activities, travel and honors to show for it.
Olivia Foppiano, a senior majoring in psychology and entrepreneur, always dreamed about attending college and made her dream a reality at Whittier. Next Stop: A career in operations and member success at SoFi, a finance company.
Santana is chief financial advisor to the Mayor and Council of Los Angeles
Los Angeles City Administrative Officer (CAO) Miguel Santana ’91 will be the keynote speaker for Whittier College’s Latino Graduates Celebration on Saturday, May 7 in the... More
The American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA) recently recognized the Quaker Campus (QC) Whittier College's student newspaper for excellence in journalism with a First Place Award in the division of colleges and universities with student ... More
Whittier College students in Visiting Professor Gretchen Heidemann’s “Social Welfare Policy” class traveled last month to Sacramento where they joined 1400 other social work students at the State Capitol to learn about legislature and advocate for... More