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Four Day Flora Overflow

Four Day Flora Overflow

Marra Clay October 15, 2014

I've seen this plant every day this year while walking to the Science Building, but it wasn't until the fall break that I had a chance to really stop, look and take it in. The plant is incredible- little...

Roses Arent Red

Roses Aren’t Red

Marra Clay September 19, 2014

Fall 2014- back to Whitman. Back to TheĀ Pioneer, back to classes, back to late nights in the library and finally back to taking photos of our incredible campus. Here are a few shots from the lovely roses...

The New Students are Here!

Marra Clay April 27, 2014

This seems to be what the ducklings on campus are referred to as. New students. Newbies, incoming first years. As the end of the year is approaching and I am suddenly realizing my immense workload...

Smells like Spring!

Smells like Spring!

Marra Clay April 6, 2014

Everyone is enjoying this weather- but the beautiful sunshine is distracting while studying for midterms. However, the new growth on campus is providing both a colorful view and a delicious smell to experience...

Hypnotic Hydrology

Hypnotic Hydrology

Marra Clay March 12, 2014

Sometimes, I think that the Whitman community takes our access to water for granted. We live in a desert. Walla Walla is not meant to have green grass and luscious rivers flowing through it, but our campus...

Hidden in the Ivy

Hidden in the Ivy

Marra Clay February 24, 2014

Shortly into my first few weeks here at Whitman, I learned a vital lesson: Watch out when near the ivy. You never know what will be there. Sometimes you will cross the bridge leading from Prentiss to Penrose...

Woven Metal

Woven Metal

Marra Clay February 16, 2014

  Whitman has gone through a whirlwind of weather changes. In the last few weeks, I have seen snow deep enough to bury everyone's Birkenstocks, enough sunshine to melt it all away, drizzling rain,...

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