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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
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Tutoring Program Links Whitman, Walla Walla Students

Tutoring Program Links Whitman, Walla Walla Students

Lorah Steichen November 7, 2013
The America Reads America Counts program employs 30 Whitman students to work toward enhancing reading and math skills in classrooms throughout Walla Walla. While the nature of work varies, ARAC interns work primarily with students in small groups or one-on-one settings.

A Different Kind of Internship

Tristan Gavin August 29, 2013

When I told my friends what my summer plan was, many of them expressed to me how challenging it sounded. This came from friends doing chemistry and biology research I could not even begin to describe to...

Schools Should Be Judged by Their Covers

Sayda Morales March 7, 2013
Aesthetics have more to do with students' ability to learn than you might think, meaning investments in campus aesthetics are well spent.
Good Schools Should Be a Rule, Not an Exception

Good Schools Should Be a Rule, Not an Exception

Sayda Morales February 21, 2013
Charter schools are the perfect solution to offering immediate aid to those students who are not benefitting from the public school system. It is not fair that those without certain means are left behind because of a system that is too slow to change.

Mariposa program helps Latina elementary school students thrive

Maegan Nelson October 11, 2012
As local elementary school students settle into routines for the new school year, programs are beginning to look forward to integrating themselves into these student’s lives. One program, Mariposa, seeks to improve the lives of young Hispanic women in the Walla Walla community.
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