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Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

ACLU Criticizes Walla Walla City Council’s Broad Comment Policy

Baran Abbasi, News Reporter February 8, 2024

On Oct. 25, 2023, Walla Walla City Council unanimously approved a new public comment policy, which caused concern to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), due to the negative potential impacts that...

Illustration by Madi Welch.

Transgender youth need our support now

Camilla Tarpey-Schwed, Columnist March 11, 2021

On his first day in office, President Biden signed an executive order announcing that every individual, regardless of their gender identity, should be treated fairly and have equal access to resources...

Illustration by Kiara Paninos.

RBG’s complicated legacy

Ava Liponis, Columnist October 1, 2020

Our nation is grieving. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on Sept. 18, was undeniably a civil rights icon and helped make enormous strides made for women’s rights. In 1996, she led the ruling decision...

Pio Past – ACLU President Defends Pornography

Ben Kunz, News Reporter March 29, 2018

The Pioneer published the following article in volume 107 issue 24 on May 1st, 1997. It was written by Jennifer Allen, a Staff Writer. “Censorship of pornography would be counterproductive to the...

Captured by Tywen Kelly

Diversity Takes Center Stage in City Council

Kate Grumbles, News Editor September 18, 2017

On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Walla Walla City Council and community members gathered to discuss changes to the council’s electoral process. Walla Walla City Council is currently made up of seven members,...

NSA Activity Cannot be Ignored

Bill Landefeld December 5, 2013
Just when you thought you could escape the madness of class just before finals, Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald leak another classified National Security Agency (NSA) document that shakes the world.
Illustration: Julie Peterson

No More Deaths reveals humanitarian issues close to home

April 5, 2012
Whitman students discover humanitarian issues close to home during their work on the US-Mexico border, suggesting that we often look to far abroad when thinking about activism.
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