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Eddy Vasquez ‘15 talks liberal arts, art and design 

Ann Karneus, A&E Reporter

October 31, 2019

Last Wednesday, Sept. 23, Eddy Vasquez ‘15 gave a talk at Fouts Center for Visual Arts as part of the second installment in the Visiting Alumni Artist Series.  Raised in inner-city Los Angeles, Vasquez arrived at Whitman with the intention of becoming a biology major.  “Growing up and bein...

HAIR brings sixties to Whitman

Geoffrey Leach

May 7, 2015

On May 7, "HAIR: The American Tribal Love - Rock Musical" opens at Harper Joy. Directed by Johnston Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Jimmy Maize, the production will present HAIR under a new light. Visiting Costume Designer Genevieve V. Beller has worked with Maize to create costumes emblematic...

Student Entrepreneurs Blend Art and Business to Create New Apparel Line

Student Entrepreneurs Blend Art and Business to Create New Apparel Line

Mallory Martin

February 14, 2013

He's an art and economics double major and the executive secretary for Phi Delta Theta, but somehow he still found time to start his own business. Sophomore Jesus Chaparro reminds us just how creative and driven Whitties can be with his new Whitman-based business: Cryptid Apparel. Officially started last October, Cryptid was inspired by a love of art...

Pioneer design blog #1

Pioneer design blog #1

Ted Hendershot

January 31, 2012

Hi! Welcome to the first in a series of blog entries about the making of the print edition of the Whitman Pioneer. My name is Ted Hendershot, and I'm responsible for the design of the print edition and its weekly layout. I'm proud to announce the new production staff. Beginning with the coming issue, no. 2, these ...

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