A mass email was sent by Magaly Perez, the Safety and Compliance Coordinator and Interim Title IX Coordinator, at about 3:50 p.m. on Wednesday, Apr. 5 to inform students of laptop thefts and give them a description of the suspect.
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.
Recently, Turner Hall has been dealing with a growing termite infestation and is scheduled to be fumigated for termites after the commencement in May as part of a series of fumigations for termites across campus.
“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.
Photos Courtesy of Nate Luke/ Wall Street Journal.
When senior Andrea Quiroz was in high school, she thought that math was overrated. That was until she noticed that out of all the subjects, math, which she found the most difficult, just so happened to be the one she got straight A’s in.
Being a Coachella Valley native, I have not only been to the festival once or twice, but I have witnessed firsthand the hilarious mishaps that can happen when you take on Coachella Fest without preparation. So, without further ado, here are my top 15 rules to surviving Coachella.
For those who follow each episode religiously, the worst is yet to come.As the great Tyrion Lannister (portrayed by Peter Dinklage) said, “A day will come when you think you are safe and happy and your joy will turn to ashes in your mouth.” This dreaded day is coming soon for Game of Thrones fans.
Last week, visitors from Cuba, China, and Long Beach were invited to share their poetry in Whittier College’s annual Writer’s Festival. Students engaged with a variety of decorated poets and delved into issues of home, self-identification, and the environment.
Whittier College is home to several successful Division III (D3) athletic teams. Women’s Water Polo has two SCIAC Championships, Lacrosse dominates on the field, and Men’s Basketballdraws in more fans than any other sports team. Despite these successes, the College’s student body appears to believe that their sports teams don’t live up to a successful name.
As those of us who are graduating prepare to enter the world, get that 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. job, and splurge our first big paycheck, we should remember that individuality is more expensive than we think.
There’s a new saying: another day, another awful bill passed by President Trump. Oh, that’s not the saying? My mistake, but it certainly should be after these past few months. It’s sad that I wasn’t surprised when first hearing that President Trump planned to defund Planned Parenthood — I actually expected it.
In the midst of such political turmoil, it comes as no surprise that yet another controversial bill is steps away from being passed. On March 21, a U.S Senate party line vote to lift Obama’s ban on “predator control” in a wildlife refuge in Alaska occured. This means that hunters will be allowed to kill animals such as bears and wolves with no limitations or repercussions.
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.
After a semester and a half of planning, Whittfest (which was held at Memorial Stadium) set off Poet pride among students on Apr. 7, beginning with K-poet hosting K-chella. Opening acts 7 Planets Like Earth and alumni 15’ DJ Attello got students pumped up for headliner T-Pain.
Don't forget to pick up the QC's very first issue of the year to meet some new Poets, learn about DACA, and discover the new track & field!