Don’t be wrong, know your rights

 “There’s a huge amount of panic and anxiety after the election because some of the rhetoric relating to immigrants and there being a deportation force and folks being deported,” said Garcia. “A lot of people don’t understand that everyone in the United States, whether you’re a citizen or not, has basic rights, we have due process.”

Video Production Studios or Vanishing Production Space?

After a long period of uncertainty, VPS members are relieved that they have somewhere to call home — at least for the moment. “Obviously, we have half the space that we used to,” said Junior Executive Producer Francesca Capraro.  “But we’re really grateful for KPOET giving us this space as a temporary solution after losing the other room [in the library].” 

Video Production Studios or Vanishing Production Space?

T-Pain train pulls into the station

After much anticipation and hard work, WhittFest is finally coming to Whittier College this Friday, April 7 at 6:30 P.M. Whittfest will be the College’s first large-scale concert and will be featuring T-Pain, Mula Gang, 7 Planets like Earth, and DJ Attello at the Memorial Stadium football field. 

Dean Good discusses Delfín Nonrenewal

Students and advisees of Lecturer of Anthropology Teresa Delfín met with Dean of Faculty and Vice President of Academic Affairs Darrin Good Tuesday, March 28 to discuss concerns over the Faculty Personnel Committee’s (FPC) decision to not renew her position as Lecturer of Anthropology.

New Senate members take their seat at the table

ASWC received a facelift this week as the voting members of the table approved junior Maxwell Hoversten as Vice President and junior Kirsten Trout as Academic Affairs Representative.

Faculty Council elects not to renew Anthro Prof. Delfín

On Monday, March 20, the first day back from spring break, Professor Teresa Delfín announced to her students that she was informed that her position as lecturer of Anthropology would no longer be renewed.

Faculty Council elects not to renew Anthro Prof. Delfín

Whittier College commits to Sanctuary Campus protections

Just before Spring Break, on Wednesday, March 8th, Whittier College’s Board of Trustees issued a statement to the college community announcing a policy that will effectively provide sanctuary for its undocumented students.

Whittier College commits to Sanctuary Campus protections

ASWC Senate: Stressed, tired, and done

The last ASWC meeting was called to order at 7:04 p.m, just three minutes later; senior and ASWC Vice President Sofia Dueñas stood up and announced her resignation, citing “the inefficient leadership of the Senate” as her reason, before walking out the door. The foundation of the ASWC Senate Table shook after this when two more ASWC Senators stepped down from their positions.

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Who runs the world’s economy? Girls

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Sara Angevine holds a teach-in with students for International Womens Day.

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Whittier College students seek sanctuary status

A group of six nervous students prepare to present a petition to the College’s Board of Trustees, demanding they designate Whittier College a sanctuary campus.