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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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Searching for Adversity: Rich White People Vs. Self-Preservation

Faith Crossan, Opinion Columnist September 28, 2023

I’ve always found myself horrifyingly fascinated with people's determination to go to places where they don’t belong: the tops of Mt. Everest, 14-inch-wide pockets in caves, space. The usual common...

Everyone can be a feminist

November 9, 2014

This story was originally published in The Mooring Mast of Pacific Lutheran University on November 7, 2014. It was written by PLU A&E writer Michael Diambri. Social equality is what the feminist...

Sex, Gore Found in 300 Prequel

Sex, Gore Found in ‘300’ Prequel

Nathan Fisher March 13, 2014
If you're looking for gushing blood, unattached limbs and air-brushed abs, "300: Rise of an Empire" is the mediocre movie to see.
illustration: Erika Zinser

Men’s tennis kicks off spring season with Whitman Shootout

Sarah Debs February 9, 2012
After an eventful pre-season, Men's Varsity Tennis will mark the beginning of a promising season with the Whitman Shootout during the weekend of February 10th.
Illustration: Emily Johnson

Ballerinos defy stereotypes

Allison Work December 8, 2011
Tthe number of men in Beginning Ballet has increased this year. Students discuss stereotypes surrounding sexuality in ballet.
Credit: David Jacobson

Profile: Assistant Soccer Coach Brett Axelrod ’09

Sarah Debs November 17, 2011

Class: 2009 Current Position: Assistant Soccer Coach Sitting comfortably on a leather couch in Reid, Axelrod wears a grey Whitman College Varsity Soccer sweatshirt and appears refreshed, having just...

Photo Credit: Jack Lazar

Men’s soccer controls its destiny

Tyler Hurlburt October 20, 2010
The Whitman men's soccer team controls its own post season goals.
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