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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
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Blue Zones Project Seeks to Decrease Substance Use Among Local Youth

Ansley Peard, News Reporter October 5, 2023

On Sept. 25, the Blue Zones Project of the Walla Walla Valley presented at the Walla Walla City Council members' work session to request that the City Council consider enacting a resolution that would...

Community Volunteer Fair: helping others and helping you

Tasha Hall, Campus Life Reporter April 6, 2023

Sometimes, the best way to destress after a day of exams, multiple classes and a stack of homework is to get your mind off the academic track. For some people, this could be by walking dogs, taking care...

Illustration by Payton Davies.

Alarms have a purpose, and you do too

Tenzin Uden, Campus Life Reporter February 23, 2023

“Why do alarm clocks exist? Alarms have a purpose: to get you out of bed and move your life forward daily. Like the alarm clock, you have a purpose, too," read an email from Senior Associate Dean of...

Blue Zones Project encourages nutrition at Whitman

Blue Zones Project encourages nutrition at Whitman

Sebastian Squire, News Reporter February 16, 2023

On Thursday, Feb. 9, The Blue Zones Project and Bon Appetit Chef Jon Sodini collaborated to host a healthy cooking demo for Whitman staff and faculty on campus in Cleveland Commons. The event followed...

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