Whitman news since 1896

“Fantastic Beasts” an enchanting “Potter” prequel

Eric Anderson, A&E Editor

Mixing the charms of its characters, an engaging narrative and grandiose visuals to strong effect, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” a prequel to the “Harry P...  Read More »

Dec 1

KWCW Show of the Week: “The Revolver Yoga Hour”

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer

Yoga instruction, philosophy and a little bit of music are all brought together in “The Revolver Yoga Hour,” a KWCW show hosted by community member and alumnus Court Morg...  Read More »

Dec 1

Danita Ryan brings Native American issues to Whitman campus

December 1, 2016

The Navajo greeting “Ya’ahteeh,” translates to, “With all that is good in the universe, I greet ...  Read More »

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The Atlas Cafe

The Atlas Cafe

Olivia Gilbert, Feature Editor

From the outside, The Atlas Cafe looks like any other modest-sized house in College Place. The forest green siding, the clean white trim edging the windows and door frame...  Read More »

Dec 1

Mike Hammond: the Muffler Man

November 17, 2016

Alcohol at Whitman: Blues and Booze

November 10, 2016

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Living in a Post-Cynical Age

Nikolaus Kennelly, Columnist

To the outcasts of the earth, blue-collar intellectuals, protégés of Salinger and Kerouac (if any of you are still around), know this: cynicism is dead. No longer is it fashionable to lament the decline...  Read More »

Dec 1

Immigrants are Americans too

December 1, 2016

A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Immigration Trip Studies that showed me another side of America that I didn’t fully grasp before. The trip left a big impression on me, not simply because I got...  Read More »

Dear Mom Column

December 1, 2016

Dear Mom, As the holidays approach, I’m anticipating some awkward conversations ... My extended family and I disagree politically, and as a senior I’m really dreading the question, “So, what are ...  Read More »

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Whitman news since 1896
Whitman news since 1896