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Tuesday, Feb 04
Professor David Hunt

Philosophy professor David Hunt was recently featured in the public television program Closer to the Truth, “the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God.” The episode was filmed in Florida where Hunt was chairing a session at a conference... More

Friday, Jan 31
Wardman Library

Whittier College has recently incorporated a first-rate collection of rare Quaker books into its Special Collections at the Bonnie Bell Wardman Library. The donation, which comes from Los Angeles-based collectors Douglas and Curtis Dombek, comprises... More

Friday, Jan 31
Carlos Bailey Jr. '37, Whittier Daily News

Retired physician Carlos A. Bailey Jr. celebrated his 100th birthday on January 27. Bailey credits his love for ice cream, specifically strawberry ice cream, as the key to longevity. According to Bailey, his father, Carlos Sr., a long time avid fan... More

Friday, Jan 24
David Bohnett at Whittier College

Social-networking pioneer and philanthropist David Bohnett L.H.D. ’12 will receive the Ira E. Yelling Community Leadership Award on January 29. The award given by the American Jewish Committee Los Angeles (AJC) salutes the accomplishments of... More

Thursday, Jan 23
Artemis Project participants near Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

With the goal of introducing high school students to hands-on scientific research, Whittier College student mentors and nine Pioneer High School students visited the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium recently as part of the Center for Engagement with... More

Thursday, Jan 23

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Wednesday, Jan 22
Black Student Union at Whittier College

Alumnus Ja Marr Brown '95 was the keynote speaker for the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Whittier College. Brown's inspiring talk, The Leader in You, addressed the choices that Brown made as a young man and the people who inspired him to... More

Tuesday, Jan 21
Steven Hodge ‘00

Former Whittier football player and business administration major Steven Hodge ‘00 is not lacking ambition. After years in the culinary arena, Hodge has opened his own café, Temper Chocolate Pastry, in Vancouver, Canada where he makes cakes,... More

Friday, Jan 17

Whittier College alumnus Geoff Stults '98 recently sat down with ArcaMax for an interview about his starring role in Fox's new military-set family comedy Enlisted. The former theatre major plays Staff Sergeant Pete Hill, who, after making a mistake... More

Thursday, Jan 16

Welcome Back to Whittier! The ASWC Program Board helps you kick off the Spring semester and the new year with a week full of fun events.  Super Bowl Party Sunday, February 2 Stauffer Hall Lounge, 3:30 p.m. Watch Super Bowl XLVIII with your Whittier... More

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