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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
Whitman news since 1896

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Whitman Wire

Walla Walla Holds Voices of Youth Count

Andy Monserud, Investigative Director September 8, 2016
Walla Walla is participating in a nationwide study of youth homelessness led by the University of Chicago’s Chapin Hall Center for Children. The study’s supporters, including some Whitman students and alumni, hope that it will give Walla Walla a greater insight into the needs of its homeless population and how those needs can be served.
Photo by Tywen Kelly.

Whitman Students and the Juvenile Justice Center

Kamna Shastri, Features Reporter October 15, 2015
Agriculture, social inequalities, high class wine culture, and educational institutions intermingle along with all aspects of the criminal justice system here in Walla Walla.

Financial aid cuts leave some students short

Lane Barton September 17, 2015
While Whitman's aid process works for most people, as evidenced by the relatively low average debt with which students leave, it does not work for all. Unusual family circumstances can result in students' aid being cut during their later years in college, when it is more difficult to transfer both emotionally and academically.
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