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Professor Menjívar Visits Whitman

Professor MenjÍvar spoke with The Wire in addition to giving a publicly attend- ed talk titled “Law, Media, and the Criminalization of Immigrants: Constructions and Consequences” on February 28.

Ben Kunz, News Reporter

March 1, 2018

Cecilia Menjívar is the co-director of the Center for Migration Research and professor in the sociology department at the University of Kansas. She studies immigration, migration and how immigration laws affect the lives of immigrants and non-immigrants alike. The Wire: In your research, what are s...

Brad McMurchie – On the Record

Chris Hankin, News Editor

November 7, 2017

Nearing the halfway point in his last year as Chair of the Board of Trustees, Brad McMurchie ‘84 sat down with The Wire News Editor Chris Hankin to chat about Whitman’s Strategic Priorities. What follows is a transcript of that conversation; small edits have been made for clarity and concision. &n...

Meet The Filharmonic

Megan Hearst, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

The Pioneer sat down with "The Filharmonic" members Joe Caigoy and Jules Cruz to talk boybands, touring and original music.

The Pio talks gaming, genres with Robert DeLong

Photo by Tywen Kelly

Megan Hearst and Martina Pansze

February 14, 2016

The Pioneer sits down with EDM artist Robert DeLong. DeLong was brought to perform at Whitman on Feb. 11th by Whitman Events Board along with openers Chrome Sparks and Colours. His newest album “In the Cards” was released last September.

President Murray Speaks on Politics, Plans

Pictured: Kathy Murray. Photo submitted by Matthew Banderas.

September 10, 2015

Last week, The Pioneer had the chance to sit down with President Murray and ask her several questions about her plans for the coming semester and her position on several political issues of interest to students.

A Conversation with the EIC and Publisher

Natalie Berg

April 2, 2015

A member of the Missionary staff interviewed Editor-in-Chief Emma Johnson-Lee and Publisher Elena Hernandez about their time at Whitman College and working for the Missionary. Missionary: What's your favorite part of working for the paper? Emma Johnson-Lee: The fact that the students give us ...

Humans Being: A Band About Being Human

Emma Dahl

November 29, 2012

If you're in tune with the Whitman music scene, you've probably heard of the student band Humans Being, a group composed of Mark Glasionov '12; seniors Jonas Myers on bass guitar, Eli Smith on rhythm guitar, Robby Seager on cajon and drumset and Bo Sagal on mandolin; and sophomores Jessica Shatkin on...

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