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Macklemore Song Solves all Religious Conflict

Trevor Lewis, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

We all knew you could do it, Macklemore!  Way to go!  In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, hip-hop recording artist Ben Haggerty obliterated growing tension between the Judeo-Christian West and Muslim east, singlehandedly ushering in an era of prosperity and understanding which will surely las...

Another Socially Conscious Seattle-Based Hip-hop Group Comes to Campus

Another Socially Conscious Seattle-Based Hip-hop Group Comes to Campus

Hannah Bartman

April 3, 2014

This Thursday, April 3, Whitman will host yet another socially conscious Seattle-based hip-hop artist, RAPlemore, to play in the Reid Campus Center. Preaching for world peace and an end to mass consumption of GMOs, RAPlemore is sure to jive with issues that concern the average Whittie. "I was re...

A Whirlwind Tour of 14 Weeks of Movies

A Whirlwind Tour of 14 Weeks of Movies

Nathan Fisher

September 12, 2013

After a tough spring semester rendered me fried and spent, I limped back home to Tacoma, Wash. with no plans for my 14 weeks of summer except vegging at the movie theater and camping at the Gorge for the Sasquatch Music Festival. After a couple of days of sleep, I was ready to head back to Eastern Wa...

Mariners’ Outlook

Tristan Gavin

April 18, 2013

Seattle is a sad sports city. No, it isn't hopelessly doomed to horrendous teams in every sport like Cleveland, but that is precisely what makes me sympathetic to Seattle sports fans. They are hopeful. Hopeful enough to expect an undersized rookie quarterback to take a good-not-great football team t...

Whitman psychs up for Seattle rap act Macklemore, Ryan Lewis

Alex Hagen

March 1, 2012

On Saturday, March 3, Seattle-based hip-hop artist Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis will play a sold-out show in the Reid ballroom.  The concert, which was only announced on Feb. 17, has already sparked a great amount of interest among Whitman students. Sponsored by the Whitman Events Board, the...

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