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.
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.
Fourth-year Esther Hills is president of BSU, a club on campus that is dedicated to bringing awareness to African-American culture and issues that face the Black community.
In fact, in the last six decades, only ten black artists have ever won the award. This year’s nominees are Jay-Z with 4.44, Kendrick Lamar with Damn, Bruno Mars with 24K Magic, Lorde with Melodrama, and, last but not least, Childish Gambino with Awaken, My Love!
Bardugo spoke at Club 88 about the inspirations for her recently released short story collection, her writing process, and what it means to be an author in the digital age.
On Thursday November 16th, New York Times bestseller Leigh Bardugo came to the Whittier College campus.At the beginning of the discussion, Bardugo read a short passage out of one of her newest books, The Language of Thorns
On Jul. 20, 2017, Kristen Yep was named Head Women’s Tennis Coach. The hiring of Yep is the latest development in the transformation of the Whittier College tennis program. Yep, a 16-year veteran of the game, is an outstanding addition to the coaching staff...
We love and appreciate all the work Matthew Park has dedicated to this newspaper.
From people who aren’t of that culture and don’t understand the struggles one must go through within themselves and who feel defeated by the color of their skin, or knowing how society illustrates those of black skin.
In the current political climate, with some candidates running against staunchly anti-trans opponents or in states with anti-trans policies, these victories represent a new wave of trans representation in U.S. public offices. According to the Williams Institute, there are about 1.4 million trans adults in the United States and we are underrepresented in public office but overrepresented in victimization of hate crimes.
The event was hosted by the English Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta. Students were able to perform poetry, music, and other types of works.
From Friday, Nov. 17 to Sunday, Nov. 19, the Whittier College Chess Club hosted their very first Chess Tournament. Members of the club and other Whittier community members participated in the tournament which ultimately resulted in an outstanding 3-way tie.
The Kinesiology club is hosting a field trip to the California Science Center to see the featured exhibit of the human body on Saturday, Nov. 19.