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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

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Caffeinated and Loving It

Alex Pitts, Columnist March 30, 2017

Whitman needs more energy drink consumption. Many of you are familiar with such beverages, but due the climate of virtue acquisition and ascetic culinary culture, these refreshments are absent from...

Fracking Offers Few Unbiased Answers

Fracking Offers Few Unbiased Answers

Dani Hupper October 10, 2013
The public debate on hydraulic fracturing (the process of pumping a mixture of water, sand and chemicals into the ground to crack rock formations and release natural gas) is nearly impossible to follow. It’s hard to find unbiased information on a subject so intermingled with political and economic self-interests.

High Consumption Demands Tough Choices

Danielle Broida October 31, 2012
Unless we can significantly reduce our resource use in America, blaming environmental issues on overpopulation is simply unethical, leaving us with the hard choice: to stop having kids like we suggest to the third world, or consume less.
Green Party vote not wasted

Green Party vote not wasted

Sam Chapman October 25, 2012
I am voting for Green Party Candidate Jill Stein because I refuse to compromise democracy by succumbing to political expedience.
Credit: Cornelius

New group hopes to bring energy-efficient CFLs to low-income households

Josh Goodman October 14, 2009
If Whitman's newest environmental group gets its way, many of Walla Walla's low-income households will shine brighter this winter with donated compact fluorescent lights. The yet unnamed environmental justice group, inspired by similar projects in Washington, D.C., hopes to start installing the energy-saving light bulbs as early as next month. When the new light bulbs go in will depend on contributions from corporations and non-profits.

‘Cool the Schools’ campaign reaches out to local kids

Alyssa Fairbanks April 9, 2009

The "Cool the Schools Campaign" seeks to open an active dialogue with the youth of Walla Walla concerning current environmental issues facing the globe. The Whitman College Environmental Education for...

Campus Climate Challenge raises funds for solar panel

Maggie Allen December 13, 2008

After a successful first semester, with such triumphs as Power Vote and an Anderson blackout, the Campus Climate Challenge is ready to tackle solar panels on top of Jewett. Because of Jewett's very...

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