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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Illustration by Eduardo Vazquez

Big Idea Talks

Maegan Nelson April 11, 2013
For the past few weeks, several “Big Idea Talks” posters have been covering the campus grounds, advertising a first-time collaboration between the Walla Walla Public Library and Whitman faculty to give a series of locally-themed lectures open to the public. The talks, given by faculty members such as Senior Lecturer of Environmental Humanities/General Studies Don Snow and Grace Farnsworth Phillips Professor of Geology and Environmental Studies Bob Carson, focus on the theme of what needs to be done in the future to keep Walla Walla a wonderful place to live.
U-B Letters to the Editor spur conversation on climate change

U-B Letters to the Editor spur conversation on climate change

Emily Lin-Jones April 19, 2012
Over the past few months, several Whitman students and Walla Walla residents have opened discussion on the portrayal of science in local media and local attitudes toward the issue of climate change.
Whitman in the Wallowas gears up for second summer

Whitman in the Wallowas gears up for second summer

Dylan Tull February 2, 2012
Due to the success of the Whitman in the Wallowas first summer, Miles C. Moore Professor of Political Science Phil Brick and Visiting Assistant Professor for Environmental Studies and Geology Ellen Bishop are gearing up to lead another group of Whitman students into Wallowa County once again.

Whitman community concerned about Koch-funded lecture

Emily Lin-Jones November 17, 2011
Conservative-allied Charles Koch Foundation recently funded a lecture series, creating mixed opinions from the Whitman community on accepting political funding.
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