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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Photo by Jake Lee.

A look into Lyman

Amelia Leach, Feature reporter March 10, 2022

The little red wagon that greets you upon entering Lyman was purchased with wholesome and practical intent: it’s a sustainable, convenient grocery-carrying method. First-year Laura Merick, owner...

Dining Halls Divide Students

Ben Caldwell May 8, 2014

The debate about which dining hall is best is always on, particularly among first-years on campus. It's not uncommon to hear arguments around campus about which dining halls have the best food, best seating,...

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.

Crawlspaces generate myths, serve purpose

Adam Brayton December 6, 2012
Some say it was once a morgue, while others tell tales that someone managed to live there, one thing is for certain: the Catacombs do exist.

Guide to common campus nicknames and landmarks

Allison Work August 23, 2012
While Whitman is by no means a large campus, the local lingo and affectionate campus aficionados can be a lot to take in during the first few days, and locations are often critical during the bustle of orientation.

Comprehensive guide to campus housing options

Mallory Martin March 13, 2012
With on-campus housing deadlines looming after spring break, A&E reporter Mallory Martin has prepared a comprehensive guide to help you through the jungle of housing options.
Credit: David Jacobson

Memorial seismic upgrade, more construction predicted

Shelly Le September 8, 2011
Though the last major earthquake to hit Walla Walla was in 1936 and seismic activity in the region remains fairly low, Whitman construction managers aren't taking any chances. This summer, Whitman seismically upgraded Memorial, making the building more structurally sound in the event of an earthquake.
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