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.
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.
“Hard work beats talent when talent does not work hard” is the motto Senior Gariana Youngblood lives by. As a first-generation college senior and athlete, Youngblood brings her A-game both on the basketball court and in her classes.
By Oct. 19, K-Poet hopes to have all departments fully functioning, which means not only a running website and weekly album reviews, but also 24/7 music broadcasting from the station.
Hhere are some quick and inexpensive DIY costumes that scream, “I spent $5 on this, and yeah, I look good.”
“Emotionally, this show is filled with twists and turns. The show touches on topics such as abusive relationships and infidelity, and also has a thriller-esque aspect to it.” Sanchez plays Knupp’s male counterpart...
Whittier College first-years Rebecca Ramos and Sarah Dorsey, have both cheered in high school and are creating a cheer team in college to continue their cheer legacy. Whittier College will have a new cheer team this fall semester of 2017.
There was a time in my life that I, and I hope you, didn’t have to worry about the strangers driving past our schools, or the kid in the back of class who doesn’t talk to anyone. We didn’t have to look over our shoulders to see if someone was following us.
Only an hour before, EA Star Wars had released a new advertisement entitled “This is Star Wars Battlefront II”. I was intrigued, and I clicked on the video. Soon blasters rang out and battleships collapsed in on themselves in fiery explosions
Do you drop your phone constantly? Is it hard for you to take selfies? Do you usually use other objects to hold up your phone? Well, there is a new gadget that will remedy all of these problems, and this cool little device is called the PopSocket. It has surged in popularity throughout the summer and is considered a must-have for any smartphone user.
Approximately 25 students settled into a circle in the Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) to participate in a discussion of the negative effects of social media, especially for individuals in marginalized communities.
Last Friday, April 21, a group of 20 students boarded a bus to the U.S.-Mexico border. The bumpy three hourride was filled with chattering and anticipation. Alliance San Diego Executive Director Andrea Guerrero brought the students to San Ysidro, where the students departed the bus straight into Alliance San Diego’s peaceful rally.
When National Guard troops opened fire at Kent State University on Ohio students protesting the Vietnam war on May 4, 1970, mainstream media outlets such as New York Times, LIFE, and Newsweek rushed to cover the story. Here at Whittier College, the Quaker Campus (QC) was on hiatus for finals and summer break.