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Auntie Lee’s cures for Frat Flu

Lee Thomas, Gogo's nemesis October 28, 2021

Well Auntie Lee, I've got it. No amount of Emergen-C has been able to fix it. I've been out of commission since the weekend and really need to get back to the grind. How can I cure my Frat Flu? Ah-choo, Saturday...

Illustration by Madi Welch.

The Epic of Myles

Carmel Stephan, Famed poet October 28, 2021

On All Hallow’s Eve at the banks of Bennington Lake, stands a lanky Coloradan and his friends. Lithe of limb but calloused and toned by beginner climbing classes, clad in chacos and a Patagonia...

Illustration by Shasta Soles.

Students prepare for an emotional, music-filled November

Ben Kearney, Spotify will judge me and I’m okay with that. October 28, 2021

Students heading into the month of November are going in cautiously with boxes of tissues at the ready. With Taylor Swift and Adele putting out new music within a week of each other, Whitman students...

Illustration by Paloma Link.

North Hall Haunted House cancelled after real phantom discovered

Conor Bartol, Professional Shenaniganizer October 28, 2021

Prior to its closure, North Hall, former hospital and first-year hell hole, was the site of the extremely scary annual haunted house on campus. Now that it’s open again, the haunted house is back on....

Wire Watch: The Week of October 12

Michelle Foster, A&E Editor October 8, 2017

Whitman Fridays at Four Recital Series Presents The South Hill Guitars: Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. in the Kimball Theatre. This recital will feature musicians James Reid and J.P. Shields. International Archaeology...

Photo by Samarah Uribe Mendez.

Internation Celebration promotes diverse nationalities, open discussion

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer March 2, 2017

Excitement and an air of festivity filled the Reid Coffeehouse as performers took the stage to offer tastes of their cultures. This was the sixth annual InterNation Celebration, held on Saturday, Feb....

Community College Poetry and Dance Project translates art to new forms

Community College “Poetry and Dance Project” translates art to new forms

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer October 13, 2016

Poetry, dance, music and theatre were intertwined in a moving performance at Walla Walla Community College. “A Poetry and Dance Project” was held at 7 p.m. on Oct. 8, and was centered around the poems...

Pio past: Ducklings down the drain

October 15, 2015

For almost 120 years, The Pioneer has reported on news from the Whitman campus and surrounding community. Pio Past pulls old articles from past decades from the Penrose Library archives to give modern...

Fast Facts: The future of printing

Lachlan Johnson March 5, 2015

Fast Facts: The future of printing Many students uses GoPrint to bring handouts and reading to class, but change is coming. User Support Services Consultant Cate Lyon and Campus Sustainability Coordinator...

Pio Past: Students build protest shanty town

Lachlan Johnson March 5, 2015

For almost 120 years, The Pioneer has reported on news from the Whitman campus and surrounding community. Pio Past pulls old articles from past decades from the Penrose Library archives to give modern...

Sustainability director’s role takes shape

Lachlan Johnson March 5, 2015

On Feb. 22 ASWC passed an act renewing the sustainability director position for next year. When it was created last spring, the job of the ASWC sustainability director was purposefully vague. Over the...

Voices of the Community // Issue 6

Voices of the Community // Issue 6

Rachael Barton October 16, 2014

What is your favorite sculpture on campus? [portfolio_slideshow]

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