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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
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Whitman Wire

The Athlete Role in Social Justice

Cherokee Washington, Staff Reporter February 23, 2017

Baseball legend Jackie Robinson once said, “a life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” This statement rings true not only in everyday actions, but also raises a question about...

Womens Soccer Earns First Win

Women’s Soccer Earns First Win

Quinn Salkind, Sport's Reporter October 20, 2016

After a losing streak to start the 2016 season, the Women’s soccer team earned their first win of the year, beating Pacific University 4-2 on October 9. Lena De Guzman came out fast, scoring a first...

Fall Athletics Heating Up

Fall Athletics Heating Up

Daniel Charlton and Mitchell Smith September 8, 2016

Women's Soccer After spending much of last year’s rebuilding effort at the bottom of the Northwest Conference standings, the 2016 Whitman women’s soccer team will feature one of its most balanced...

Walla Walla reflects on Gentlemen of the Road

Martina Pansze, A&E Editor September 17, 2015

Anyone who's walked downtown in Walla Walla recently has seen the remnants of the Gentlemen of the Road event: Spray-painted logos, posters decorating the sides of buildings and British flags dot the sidewalk,...

Photo courtesy of Whitman womens soccer team.

Women’s Soccer Kicks into Full Gear

Mitchell Smith September 11, 2014
After 22 hours and 45 minutes worth of traveling, the Whitman women’s soccer team arrived in Bristol, England, exhausted but ready for the opportunity of a lifetime. Many things were uncertain:We had precious few subs for the five games we were scheduled to play, we hadn’t played together as a team for months and we were adjusting to having a new coach. However, none of these factors curbed our excitement for the three weeks we were about to spend together.
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