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Bon App offers new “taste of Pyongyang” option at Reid Dinner

Ben Freedman, Humor Editor

December 8, 2016

In a move to emphasize Whitman’s commitment to cultural inclusion on campus, Bon App will now be offering a new “taste of Pyongyang” option at Reid Coffeehouse. Whitman College prides itself on offering a culturally rich and extensive range of foods, so it was only a matter of time until the No...

Mathleen Kurray Victorious in the Octagon

Trevor Lewis, staff writer

April 7, 2016

Though many have questioned the somewhat unorthodox fundraising method, Mathleen Kurray donned her finest spandex and traditional mask last Saturday to participate in what has been called one of the bloodiest smackdowns in WWE history. After executing several gut-wrenchingly brutal elbow drops on a...

‘Hotel Transylvania’ Fails to Bring Laughs or Screams

‘Hotel Transylvania’ Fails to Bring Laughs or Screams

Nathan Fisher

October 31, 2012

With Halloween this week, I succumbed to my hankering for an old-fashioned monster movie. The local theater offered a plethora of bloody and gruesome movies, but since I am still recovering from the unexpected bloodbath in "Seven Psychopaths," I decided on the animated monster-filled "Hotel Transylvania." Admittedly, "Hotel Transylvania"...

Co-ed club soccer gives players new perspective

Pamela London

February 24, 2011

At Whitman College, the arrival of a new school year with the sun shining down on Ankeny can only mean one thing: it's once again time for the start of club soccer. The Whitman club soccer team began with a freshman section team from Jewett Hall, which started playing pick-up and then decided to form...

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