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Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

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Whitman Wire

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Embrace the Gutter Space with HYPERSPATIAL

Holly VanVoorhis, Campus Life Reporter February 29, 2024

The Sheehan Gallery drips with vibrant colors and characters, both on the walls and in an audience meandering through the gallery space. A few straggling art students sketch the images playing on the...

“Encanto” in Review

Ben Kearney, Campus Life Reporter February 10, 2022

From trending on TikTok to topping the Billboard charts, Disney’s “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from their latest movie "Encanto" has taken the world by storm, as has the movie itself. With catchy...

“Ghost Pixcells” in review

“Ghost Pixcells” in review

Zac Bentz, Campus Life Editor November 4, 2021

Bodies are not easy things to have. They bear the weight of our environments, our emotions, our habits, relationships, injuries, social conventions—anything and everything we do, external or internal,...

Illustration by Anika Vucicevic.

Springsteen in 2020: “Letter to You” in review

Heleana Backus, A&E Reporter November 5, 2020

A minute and a half into Bruce Springsteen’s new album “Letter to You,” released Oct. 23, the now 71 year old musician reminds us that he is not the same prolific singer-songwriter that he was 50...

“Emma” in review

Jaime Fields, A&E Reporter April 29, 2020

With not much else to do, more people are staying in to watch movies than ever. Not many movies have come out in 2020 so far, but there are still a good number of recent movies to enjoy during this time...

Illustration by Nathaly Perez

“Gaslighter” in review: A rousing, open-ended catharsis

Renny Acheson, A&E Editor April 3, 2020

As a lifelong Dixie Chicks fan, I was ecstatic when I heard that the Dallas-founded trio released a new song for the first time since 2006. When I saw that it was called “Gaslighter,” I was excited...

Review: “Isle of Dogs” is Beautiful but Disappointing

Alasdair Padman, Staff Reporter May 3, 2018

Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” is a visual spectacle that never quite escapes the stereotypes of a large-budget Hollywood release. Set in a near-future Japan, an authoritarian leader banishes all...

The Shape of Water a Beautifully Executed Film

“The Shape of Water” a Beautifully Executed Film

Alasdair Padman, Staff Reporter March 29, 2018

In an industry that has been flooded with remakes, sequels, prequels and franchises, the place for creative film directors and screenwriters has diminished into obscurity, with the few films that are genuinely...

New “Beauty and the Beast” enchants audiences

Afton Weaver, Staff Writer March 30, 2017

The enchanting live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1991 musical “Beauty and the Beast” has captured the hearts and minds of viewers since opening on March 17, recounting with a modern twist the beloved...

Whitman Administration’s Email Peer Review Process

Megumi Rierson, Humor Writer December 8, 2016

Much has been said regarding the chain of emails from Juli Dunn and Chuck Cleveland about the recent druggings on Whitman campus, and although disagreements exist on the nature of the administration’s...

The Second City: Famed Troupe Performs at Power House Theatre

Missy Gerlach, Staff Reporter December 5, 2016

What do Tina Fey, Bill Murray and Stephen Colbert all have in common? Each of them at one time or another, were a part of the Chicago-based improv and comedy group, The Second City. This year, The Second...

Illustration by Haley King

Ava DuVernay’s “13th” follows transformative systems of oppresion

Missy Gerlach, Staff Reporter November 17, 2016

The Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist...

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