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In skepticism of the DEI industry

Fielding Schaefer, Senior May 4, 2023

Writer’s note: in the spirit of public engagement, I welcome any criticism of the ideas in this piece. Ridicule on the sole basis that I am indeed a privileged white male may only strengthen the op-ed’s...

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“Beyond the Bare Minimum”: Power & Privilege Symposium reflections on accessibility

Sara Marshall, News Reporter February 17, 2022

Led by Co-Executive Directors Tejashree Jadhav ‘24 and Ilse Spiropoulos ‘23, the tenth annual Power and Privilege Symposium (P&P) is set to kick off on Feb. 22, 2022 with guest artist and performer,...

What does P&P do for Whitman?

Michael Conlin-Elsen, Columnist March 11, 2021

The idea of Power & Privilege is admirable: students get to give presentations and hopefully enlighten Whitman’s dominant demographic of white upper-middle-class liberals as to the daily experiences...

Students participate in a workshop at P&P, engaging in conversation about accessibility within outdoor recreation and the Outdoor Program. Photos by Thomas Lemoine

Dissecting accessibility within outdoor recreation

Ryder Brookes, Sports Reporter February 27, 2020

While many Whitman students benefit from the Outdoor Program (OP), many have questioned whether resources and trips are accessible and, if so, who benefits from them. This was the topic of a session held...

Pio Past: Contextualizing the Symposium

Pio Past: Contextualizing the Symposium

Christy Carley and Martina Pansze February 19, 2018

"Assuming that the seriousness of racial issues can be measured by the publicly visible incidents brought to the attention of our entire community is problematic." -Veronica Willeto, published on Nov....

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