Top ten tips for surviving finals week

We all handle stress in our own ways, and staying positive can be difficult when we are all so ready to be done with school. So, here are some tips from the Quaker Campus to ease your finals stress and get you to the end of the semester, more or less unscathed, minus one or two breakdowns.

Top ten tips for surviving finals week

Visionary Emilie Hotz challenges feminine norms through her artwork

Fourth-year Emilie Hotz is a Studio Art major with a focus in painting. She specializes in oil and acrylic, but recently has been exploring sculpture as well. She was recently hired as the Graphic Designer at MADLAB and is a Community Advisor (CA) in Stauffer.

Visionary Emilie Hotz challenges feminine norms  through her artwork

Be someone’s hero: donate blood

Then consider donating blood at the on campus blood drive. The Leadership Experiences and Programming (LEAP) Office will be hosting the Red Cross Blood Drive on Wed. Nov. 15 in Villalobos Hall from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Students and faculty will have the opportunity to donate one pint of blood. 

Be someone’s hero: donate blood

One reader’s loss is another reader’s gain: Used Book Sale

Next week, Whittier College students, staff, and faculty have the chance to take home a piece of the Bonnie Bell Wardman Library at the 13th Semi-Annual Used Book Sale. This year marks the 7th year of the sale. 

One reader’s loss is another reader’s gain: Used Book Sale

Pablo Lora: A positive presence and a hard-working volunteer at Wardman Library

Pablo Lora, 34 years-old and a resident of nearby Pico Rivera, is by all accounts an amazing and hard-working volunteer who has dedicated many hours to the upkeep and care of the circulating collection at Wardman Library over the past three years.

Pablo Lora: A positive presence and a hard-working volunteer at Wardman Library
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Students chill out at Chillin’

With their unique décor and comfortable atmosphere, Chillin’ is a welcoming bubble tea cafe in Uptown Whittier that serves a variety of drinks from boba tea to milk smoothies. Chillin’ opened their doors to the public in July.

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Uptown’s Half Off Books begins a new chapter

In the heart of Uptown Whittier there was a place where people could expand their imagination... a place where they could hear open- mic poetry and find an expansive collection of literature, graphic novels, and music. Unfortunately, Whittier will be losing the town’s only bookstore: Half OffBooks. On Oct. 7 Half Off Books will officially close their doors and will be relocating to Fullerton on Oct. 11.

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