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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 Tristan Sewell are considering ways to make printing on campus less wasteful and more cost-ef...

Office of Civil Rights investigations continue

Lachlan Johnson

December 11, 2014

The Office of Civil Rights is currently carrying out two separate investigations of Whitman College, one that began this November in response to alleged violations of Title IX and failure to uphold Whitman's own policies on sexual assault, and another that began last spring for sexual harassment and...

Holiday season creates spike in on-campus crime

Lachlan Johnson

December 4, 2014

As the holidays approach, Whitman Security and the Walla Walla Police Department are preparing for what is typically the busiest time of the year for thefts and burglaries of Whitman students' belongings. By increasing patrols and working together to identify suspects, Security and the WWPD hope to prevent...

Power, Privilege Symposium Encourages Student Participation

Lachlan Johnson

January 30, 2014

As this year's Power & Privilege Symposium approaches, the ASWC planning committee has been working to organize content, logistics, marketing and funding. While last year's inaugural symposium was successful, attendance this year is expected to be much higher, since classes are being cancelled for...

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