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Breath, Sweat, Hair, Dirt, Dust

Breath, Sweat, Hair, Dirt, Dust

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer

A sweeping set of performances came to the stage at Harper Joy Theatre for Whitman’s annual Spring Dance Performance, titled “breath, sweat, hair, dirt, dust.” Performances...

April 20, 2017

Students Print With Studio Articolore

Students Print With Studio Articolore

Zuhra Amini, Staff Reporter

In a town full of tasting room gallery hybrids and coffee shop showcases, the printmaking gallery Studio Articolore sets itself apart. Entering into its second year, Studio...

April 20, 2017

Composers’ Studio: Showcasing Whitman’s Musical Talent

Composers’ Studio: Showcasing Whitman’s Musical Talent

April 20, 2017

Composers' Studio was a refreshing start and a euphonious end to the annual Whitman Undergraduate Co...

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Team Positivity Sets Men’s Golf on the Upswing

Team Positivity Sets Men’s Golf on the Upswing

Jesse Sindelar, Staff Reporter

While the men’s golf team here at Whitman might not always have a place in the spotlight, the team has been quietly creating an impressive program oriented for the future...

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Tennis Confidence High as Conference Tournament Looms

Tennis Confidence High as Conference Tournament Looms

April 20, 2017

The Competitive Community of Intramural Sports

The Competitive Community of Intramural Sports

April 20, 2017

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Waste at Whitman: Online Shopping on the Rise

Waste at Whitman: Online Shopping on the Rise

Olivia Gilbert, Feature Editor

Last year the New York Times published an article entitled “E-commerce: convenience built of a mountain of cardboard.” The article looks at online shopping in what many...

April 20, 2017

Behind Bars, in Our Backyard

April 13, 2017

The Evolution of the Whitman Outdoor Program

April 6, 2017

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Technology helps the introverts

Rina Cakrani, Columnist

We usually hear the old generation (or our parents) complain about how young people are always on their phones–that they live in a virtual world. Even in school when we were kids, we were frequently told ...

April 20, 2017

Voices of the Community // Issue 11

April 20, 2017

Wire photographer Samarah Uribe polled the Whitman community, asking them: "What question do you have for WWU students?"

The Problems with Prescriptivism

April 20, 2017

How many voices do you have? Assuming you’re a student, you’ve probably got the budding scholar’s voice, the one with terms like “isomorphic” and “contingent” strung together into highly...

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Whitman news since 1896
Whitman news since 1896