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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Illustration by Amelia Ebling.

What Whitman looks like at night

Bhavesh Gulrajani, Campus Life Reporter September 22, 2022

Whitman at night can include dark streets, loud cars and chilly winds. They can also be quiet and warm if you’re snuggled up inside. If you are outside and walking around on campus late at night, you...

Photo by Tywen Kelly

Near Totality on Ankeny

Martina Pansze, Editor-In-Chief August 26, 2017
On August 21st, Walla Walla caught a glimpse of what has become known as “The Great American Eclipse.”
Professor Dobson (left) and Professor Paust (right)

Astro class cut despite popularity

Georgia Lyon November 12, 2015
One of Whitman’s most in-demand courses will not be offered this spring.

A tale of small majors

Natalie Berg February 19, 2015
German studies, astronomy, history and mathematics regularly have a low number of majors. But to those who chose them, they remain "small but special".
Drinks That Go With Your Major

Drinks That Go With Your Major

Aleida Fernandez December 9, 2013

After a rough day in classes, it's nice to sit down with a cold drink. But what about a drink specifically tailored to your studies? After careful analysis, we have found these eight majors' next drink...

Women in Science Panel Captivates Crowd

Women in Science Panel Captivates Crowd

Dylan Tull November 7, 2013
A panel of five female science professors gathered for the Women in Science panel on Tuesday, Nov. 5 in order to shed light on the adversities that women face in the field of science.

Meet the Visiting Professors

Isabel Mills September 19, 2013
Discover the history and hobbies of several visiting professors.
Credit: Allie Felt

Senior thesis profile: Zach Schierl

Shelly Le May 9, 2012
"I started working on this project last summer with a research internship at Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania." "[In my thesis] we looked at channels on one of the largest volcanoes on Mars, Ascraeus Mons and we tried to figure out if these channels are formed by flowing water or lava."
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