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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Photo contributed by Nick & Julie Caton.

RenFaire’s annual Murder Mystery takes the stage

Tenzin Uden, Campus Life Reporter March 9, 2023

  On Saturday, March 4, the common area of Lyman Hall transformed into a castle dining hall with shields on the walls and candles atop each table. A group of characters in Renaissance clothing,...

A review of RenFaire’s Murder Mystery

Samantha Fitts, Better than you March 9, 2023

The annual RenFaire Murder Mystery happened this past weekend, and I got to say, it was quite a doozy. Joining the wealthy Asino family once again, there was, unsurprisingly, another murder (they really...

Illustration by Anna Stone.

Letter to the Editor: The mystery of my own murder

Sammy Fitts, Experiencing Eternal Damnation February 24, 2022

Dear Allie Cohen, esteemed Editor-in-Chief of The Whitman Wire, I hope this letter reaches you, sorry they only use snail mail here in Hell. My butler Beelzebub told me that this is my only chance...

WEB Murder Mystery brings students together for virtual detective work

Mo Dow, A&E Reporter March 18, 2021

On Friday, March 12, WEB hosted a virtual murder mystery night, complete with bungling detectives, hidden clues and an abundance of prizes. The event was hosted over Zoom and was assisted by representatives...

French’s first three novels promise better things to come

Ellie Gold April 25, 2011
Tana French's ear for dialogue and accent, her unusual thematic injections and her subtle yet precise prose style set her apart from the norm in mystery titles.
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