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Artist Spotlight: Robby Brothers, student cellist

Artist Spotlight: Robby Brothers, student cellist

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer

One need not be a music major to love music, as senior Robby Brothers shows. Brothers, a geology major, is active in Whitman’s music department and considers music an...  Read More »

Feb 16

Review: “The LEGO Batman Movie”

Eric Anderson, A&E Editor

The zany, self-referential and ridiculous antics of the Dark Knight’s LEGO equivalent continue in Warner Animation Group’s new animated feature, “The LEGO Batman Movie,”...  Read More »

Feb 16

Spotlight on Students: KnitWhits

Spotlight on Students: KnitWhits

February 16, 2017

KnitWhits, a fiber arts and knitting club at Whitman, allows students to engage in conversation, and...  Read More »

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Unbeatable: Whitman Teams Seize Three Conference Titles

Unbeatable: Whitman Teams Seize Three Conference Titles

Ridley Eastland-Fruit, Sports Editor

      It was a breathtaking weekend for Whitman Athletics: men’s and women’s swimming broke records to each win the Northwest Conference Cham...  Read More »

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Super Bowl LI: Patriots Stun Falcons

Super Bowl LI: Patriots Stun Falcons

February 16, 2017

Sports Teams Snowed In

February 16, 2017

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Taking on Trumpism

Alex Brockman and Olivia Gilbert

In the weeks since the inauguration of President Trump, a lot has happened. With so much change, grappling with the events unfolding under the Trump administration is chall...  Read More »

Feb 16

Classroom Connections

Classroom Connections

February 9, 2017

What is Work Study?

What is Work Study?

February 2, 2017

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Muslim Identity Challenges America

Zuhra Amini, Columnist

Many are familiar with “Hope,” the image of Barack Obama created by Shepard Fairey for Obama’s first inauguration in 2009. In preparation for Donald Trump’s inauguration, Fairey partnered with ...  Read More »

Feb 16

The Bleeding Heart Question

February 16, 2017

Would you, the informed reader, say that political divide is largely a moral issue? I’d say so. In daily conversation it seems that a great deal of the conversation is based upon what any given person...  Read More »

Insidious Advertising Corrupts our Lives

February 16, 2017

In childhood, it started with the commercials on all of our favorite TV channels, but as we’ve gotten older, advertisements have morphed and adapted with us and to us. Lately, no matter where you...  Read More »

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Whitman news since 1896
Whitman news since 1896