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Cathartic: Students Respond to Election with Art

Cathartic: Students Respond to Election with Art

Marra Clay, Publisher

November 17, 2016

Many students across campus have been dealing with the election results for last week, and some have turned to art to address their feelings. Students are using film, sculpture, writing and drawing to grapple with Trump’s election. The art department organized a space in Fouts Center for Visual Arts for ...

Study breaks ease end-of-semester tension

Annie Roge

December 11, 2014

During the week of finals, the Residence Life staff will hold study halls every evening to help students relax after stressful days. For Whitman students living in on-campus, organized study breaks are an integral part of residence life. While each Hall organizes its study breaks independently during...

Whitman recycling looks toward the future

Photo by Nikki Antenucci.

Annie Roge

December 4, 2014

Whitman as an institution is generally regarded as environmentally conscious. However, while the college's recycling program is highly visible on campus, those who are involved say there is much more work to be done. Tristan Sewell, recently hired to the position of sustainability coordinator, has...

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