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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Traditional Kettles are Better than Electric

Nikolaus Kennelly, Columnist January 26, 2017

We find ourselves at the start of a deep and gloomy winter, one in which a barely perceptible cold front is passing through our most marginalized communities and many of us are in need of some warmth....

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...

Illustration by Claire Revere

Whitman Student Security Wins Best New Job of 2016

Ben Freedman, Humor Editor December 1, 2016

It’s official. Just last week, Forbes released its most recent installment of the best new jobs of 2016, and Whitman’s student security position was crowned supreme. In unprecedented fashion, Whitman...

Illustration by Taylor Penner-Ash

New Disinterest House to Open

Clara Wheeler, staff writer October 9, 2016

In recent years, the Interest House Community has felt an absence in their ranks. “Some students simply do not care about anything,” said IHC Resident Director Jean Nye. “In a way, isn’t a complete...

SEC/Provost Partnership Ushers in New Academic Era

Megumi Rierson, staff writer October 9, 2016

At the most recent faculty meeting, it was decided that the office of Student Engagement will no longer report directly to the Dean of Student Affairs, but rather the Dean of Faculty. The Dean of  Faculty...

Office of Admission Looks for New Director

Office of Admission Looks for New Director

Jacqueline Rees-Mikula February 7, 2013
The Search for a new Director of Admissions is coming to a close as Admissions finished bringing four finalists to campus this week.

Fine arts departments welcome new professors

Mallory Martin September 13, 2012

The performing arts around campus just got a facelift with three new professors joining the Whitman team. Coming to us from around the country and the world, these gentlemen will have plenty to contribute...

Daria Reaven 12, the new KWCW manager, speaks with Taneeka Hansen about Reavens plans for the student-run radio stations future.  Photo Credit:  Marin Axtell

New KWCW general manager aims for conceptual change to station

Taneeka Hansen April 26, 2011
Daria Reaven is the new general manager for KWCW. She hopes to expand the stations events and multimedia presence in order to make it more available to people with different tastes.
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