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Walla Walla reflects on Gentlemen of the Road

Martina Pansze, A&E Editor

September 17, 2015

Anyone who's walked downtown in Walla Walla recently has seen the remnants of the Gentlemen of the Road event: Spray-painted logos, posters decorating the sides of buildings and British flags dot the sidewalk, leftover from the summer concert weekend that relied heavily on community support. The music...

High hopes for men’s basketball as conference play approaches

High hopes for men’s basketball as conference play approaches

Garrett Atkinson

December 11, 2014

While most Whitman students will be away from campus for close to a month over winter break, the time away for Whitman's basketball teams is much less substantial. Both teams will leave on Dec. 22 and return on Dec. 28, just six days later. The men's team will host Wells College and Marian University...

Faculty-student film raises race issues with stuffed animals

Geoffrey Leach

October 23, 2014

On Oct. 15, Professor of Film and Media Studies Robert Sickels and junior Evan Martin showed their joint project, documentary "Seven Ways from Sunday," to a packed Kimball Auditorium. The film, created this summer, is a collection of seven individuals' experiences with ethnicity. Sickels and Martin...

Mounier Motivated by Methodical Mental Approach

Mounier Motivated by Methodical Mental Approach

Marah Alindogan

February 13, 2014

Every night like clockwork, junior Matt Mounier, a guard on the men's basketball team, plans out his schedule for the next day down to the hour and records it in a notebook. The reason for this rigid schedule? According to Mounier, he constantly strives for success. "People who write things do...

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