BLM co-founder talks terrorism in an anti-Black world

Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Khan-Cullors will be giving her new book, titled When They Call You a Terrorist: a Black Lives Matter Memoir, to the first 70 student attendees of her talk for free. Join The Office of Equity and Inclusion and the rest of the student body for her talk May 3., at 7 p.m. in the Shannon Center.

BLM co-founder talks terrorism in an anti-Black world

Marketing student talks #food at URSCA 2018

URSCA 2018’s participants presented on an array of interesting and research-worthy topics. Second-year Amy Trinh’s project was titled “Welcome to Little Damage: Visual Product Perception and Consumer Experience.”

Marketing student talks #food at URSCA 2018
Lauren Blazeyaliens, INTD

The truth is out there: Aetherius Society exists

Students in Professor of Physics Glenn Piner’s Search for Extraterrestrial Life course are hard at work learning the requirements that would need to be met for life to form elsewhere in the universe. Yet, members of the Aetherius Society hold that we have already received contact from intelligent extraterrestrial life. 

Lauren Blazeyaliens, INTD
The truth is out there: Aetherius Society exists

Senior’s Theatre projects inspire individuality

Senior Theatre majors have many options when it comes to their capstone project. These four students have decided to some kind of performance for their final project at Whittier. From puppets to live performance, read all about their upcoming projects!

Senior’s Theatre projects inspire individuality

Reporting on reporting: the process and workings of a Title IX investigation

Students can rest assured knowing that the new Lead Title IX Investigator, Siobhan Skerritt, is more than capable of creating her own legacy on campus. Over Spring break, Campus Life had the opportunity of sitting down with Skerrit to talk about sexual violence on our campus, how to report an assault, the trends Skerritt has seen in reported assaults since the start of her position here at Whittier, and more.

Joanna Mendelson Talks White Supremacy for Feinberg 2018

“Rhetoric used by politicians has given rise to xenophobia and anti-semitism,” starts Joanna Mendelson at the 2018 Feinberg Lecture that took place last Thursday, Feb. 22 in Villalobos Hall. 

Joanna Mendelson Talks White Supremacy for Feinberg 2018

Spilling the Tea: Let's E-Race These Issues

Poets filled the room as the Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) held its Spilling the Tea on Diversity discussion on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The OEI has held this series of discussions since the beginning of this year, focusing on topics that most people find difficult to talk about.

Spilling the Tea: Let's E-Race These Issues