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Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Illustration by Nick Rogers.

Fort Walla Walla Museum explores the history of Parisian fashion in Théâtre de la Mode lecture

Jaime Fields, A&E Reporter May 6, 2021

 Twenty miniature mannequins stand, posed on the stage, wearing the latest Parisian fashions from the mid-1940s, with colorful dresses down just past the knee and tiny hats at a slight angle. The picture...

Illustration by Catalina Burch

Trump’s Climate Change Challenge

Jack Fleming, Columnist September 10, 2017

American political leaders are typically swept into office on a tidal wave of partisan fervor driven by their own campaign rhetoric. This was especially true in the 2016 election; the partisan lines drawn...

Photo by Tywen Kelly.

Vigil Held In Honor of Those Killed by Terrorism

Georgia Lyon December 3, 2015
A vigil on Nov. 16 was held to honor those killed in Beirut and Paris in the week prior.

An American in Paris: Searching for a National Identity

Karah Kemmerly November 2, 2012

Hallo! Or if you prefer, bonjour! I recently got back from a short, but lovely trip to Paris. My friends and I saw plenty of typical Parisian sights, like Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower....

Illustration by Erika Zinser

Lazy writing leads to forgettable ‘Words’

Nathan Fisher September 13, 2012

After a long week with, go figure, lots of homework, I welcomed the escape to my "job" at the movies. Like last week, none of the options grabbed me, so I succumbed to seeing "The Words," a story-within-a-story,...

Shakespeare and Company

A Parisian Interlude…

Dana Thompson June 17, 2012
I am currently sitting in the airport terminal in Paris after spending about a week wandering the streets and seeing the sights of the City of Light, and let me tell you, it is an unsung booklover’s city.
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