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Blue Moon and Quarterlife adjust to art from afar

Mo Dow, A&E Reporter

September 24, 2020

Quarterlife (also known as Whitman’s littlest literary magazine) and Blue Moon are having to adapt differently to the new circumstances of online classes, changing both the ways in which they employ student workers and the material they’re producing.  When the campus was originally shut down bac...

quarterlife: Just Enough Off The Map

Submitted by Martina Pansze

Martina Pansze, A&E Editor

February 25, 2016

This spring marks the 10th anniversary of Whitman's smaller literary journal “quarterlife.”

Senate Recap, 4/12/15

Sonya Kuzminski

April 15, 2015

The Senate convened for its third to last meeting of the school year this past Sunday, covering some new legislation, continuing the solidification of next fall's campus wide leadership positions and beginning to ponder the transition into next year. The Whitman Tabletop Games Club, already an appreciated...

Senate Round Up March 9

Abby Seethoff

March 12, 2014

At Sunday's meeting, the ASWC senate recognized two new clubs and confirmed the new heads of each campus media organization (CMO). ASWC recognized Running Club and HAPA club.  Running club meets twice a week for group runs and occasionally enters races together.  The Japanese word "hapa" original...

Students to Teach Creative Writing at the Washington State Penitentiary

Illustration by Marlee Raible

Dylan Tull

April 11, 2013

How would your perspective on the inmates in the penitentiary change if you could read the creative writing and poetry that they produced? Undeniably, a passionate poem or creative story would give new depth and humanness to prisoners that are often regarded as violent and cold. A group of Whitman students spearheaded by junior Camer...

‘Quarterlife’ adapts

McCaulay Singer-Milnes

September 30, 2010

Under the direction of new editor-in-chief, senior Naomi Gibbs, Whitman College's quarterly literary magazine quarterlife is seeking to extend its reach both inside and outside the Whitman community in an attempt to better capture the creative pulse of the contemporary college generation. Though quarterl...

Writers drop pencils, grab mics for Quarterlife

Hanna Ory

December 11, 2008

This year, instead of throwing their familiar release parties, Quarterlife is holding open mic nights to celebrate the issuing of their publication.   Though the release parties were popular and widely successful, the Quarterlife staff decided to go in a different direction after Associated Student...

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