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The Atlas Cafe

The Atlas Cafe

Olivia Gilbert, Feature Editor

December 1, 2016

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 and a few unassuming shrubs do not call out for attention, and the cafe’s neon red “open” sign could easily be overlooked by...

Eating Cheap in Walla Walla: A Grocery Guide


January 26, 2016

Welcome back to Vegan Beats! After a hiatus, we are back and excited to once again talk food with you. As the new year gets into full swing, money and health-related resolutions can easily get pushed aside for Bon App coffee cakes and Taqueria burritos. This little guide can help you on your journey to...

Eating Cheap in Walla Walla

Rachel Alexander

August 23, 2012

As a growing wine tourism destination, Walla Walla is known for its many fine restaurants. That's all well and good for when your parents are in town, but what about when you're broke and need to find something tasty? Don't worry––The Pioneer has you covered. Here are some tips for eating cheap in...

Local businesses focus on commitment to community

Local businesses focus on commitment to community

Kelsey Kennedy

April 26, 2012

While quaint boutiques and local coffee-shops are common fixtures of downtown Walla Walla, a larger corporate presence looms beyond E. Main Street. The vast majority of Whitman students polled in a recent Pioneer survey characterized the existence of these types of companies in the community a...

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