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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

”˜Particles on the Wall’ exhibit reflects on Hanford Program

Geoffrey Leach April 9, 2015

On April 2, the latest visiting exhibit opened in the Maxey Museum. The exhibit, Particles on the Wall, combines many different mediums to showcase a variety of reactions to the Hanford Nuclear Program...

David Williams Looks to Progressive Economic Theory to Re-Orient Business

River Sterne October 3, 2013
Alumnus David Williams '67, former CEO of Shoreline Banking, believes in business that promotes sustainability in three categories: people, planet and profit. His lecture, titled "Making Money is a Result, Not a Purpose," advocated for the beneficial role businesses should play in the community.

Artifacts fly under campus radar

Hannah Bartman October 25, 2012
Many of the exhibits on campus fly under the radar of many students, ranking as features of the college that people have heard of but not actually taken the time to see--but they deserve to be seen.
Campus Conservatives Club Opens Political Dialogue

Campus Conservatives Club Opens Political Dialogue

Sarah Cornett October 25, 2012
It is no secret that Whitman is a predominantly liberal campus community. The vast majority of students identify with left-of-center political viewpoints, and oftentimes it can be difficult to find differing perspectives on political issues. Last year, a conservative student, sophomore (then first-year) Alexandra Calloway-Nation, decided to create a safe place for students with similar political beliefs to share their views.
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