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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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Super Bowl Matchup Comes Down to Quarterbacks

Super Bowl Matchup Comes Down to Quarterbacks

Dylan Snyder January 30, 2014
The Super Bowl may be the most celebrated non-holiday day of the year, and luckily for Whitman, the majority of students have a rooting interest. The second most important part of Super Bowl Sunday (first being watching the game), is not making a fool of yourself with a lack of knowledge for the team you intend on rooting for. For those who live under a rock, the game is being played between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Each team has several strengths and weaknesses heading into the weekend that will surely be hot topics come game time.
The Ultimate A&E Holiday Entertainment Guide

The Ultimate A&E Holiday Entertainment Guide

James Kennedy December 12, 2013
Need gift ideas? Check out the first A&E Ultimate Holiday Entertainment Guide for your gift inspiration!
True Facts: Holiday Edition

True Facts: Holiday Edition

Melina Hughes December 12, 2013
All right, y'all, it's time to drop some 100 percent accurate knowledge jingle-bombs, so get ready. It's the holiday season, and there are a lot of rumors out there about what's going on. Some people call them "holiday tales" or "carols," but I call them lies. Don't worry, though. I have some legit facts for you.
Artists Politics Dont Define Their Own Work

Artists’ Politics Don’t Define Their Own Work

Andy Monserud November 21, 2013
A couple of weeks ago, I watched a film that I have wanted to see for a long time. Ever since I read "Ender’s Game" for the first time in 2005, I always wished for a film version. Blissfully engrossed in a 10-year-old’s fantasy, I sat through the movie without a care in the world.
Tale of Wolfman College

Tale of Wolfman College

Melina Hughes October 31, 2013
First there was one... then there was WOLFMAN.
Lyman Menu Change Provokes Student Response

Lyman Menu Change Provokes Student Response

Hannah Bartman September 26, 2013
Lyman Dining Hall is now serving the same food for two weeks at a time. Students have mixed reactions to the change, and most are critical.

Whitman Progressives Spark Political Dialogue

Lorah Steichen September 19, 2013
The Campus Progressives, a new politically oriented club at Whitman, is out to change the way students have discussions about current affairs. Its members have already gathered as a group to protest a potential war in Syria at a demonstration in downtown Walla Walla.
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