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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
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Whitman Christian Fellowship Fundraises to Fight Sex Trafficking

Whitman Christian Fellowship Fundraises to Fight Sex Trafficking

Daniel Kim April 25, 2013
Whitman Christian Fellowship is organizing a fundraiser for non-profit organization Speak Up for the Poor, which aims to help adolescent girls get out of the sex trafficking industry.

Lecture by veteran marks anniversary of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell repeal

Lachlan Johnson September 20, 2012
This evening, Thursday, Sept. 20, army veteran Rob Smith will speak in Maxey Auditorium at 7 p.m. to mark the one-year anniversary of the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.
Sharon French assumes the role of her own great-great-grandmother, Black Shawl, one of the many characters in her one-woman play. Credit: Marie Von Hafften

Black Shawl examines cultural, personal history

Taneeka Hansen February 17, 2011
Sharon French, an actress of Navajo/Paiute/Anglo descent, shared the story of her Navajo grandmother Sarah in her one-woman show Black Shawl in Maxey Auditorium on Friday and Saturday, February 11 and 12.
ODell recalls friendships, travels with the Beatles

O’Dell recalls friendships, travels with the Beatles

C.J. Wisler November 18, 2009
Beyond simply sharing tales of rock legends though, O'Dell hoped her story of addiction showed how drugs limit friendships, even when those friends are The Beatles.
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