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Tech Boom Leads to Two San Franciscos

Tech Boom Leads to Two San Franciscos

Anuradha Lingappa

September 11, 2014


Filed under Columnists, OPINION

Illustration by Eddy Vazquez. I grew up in San Francisco, and I've always thought of my city as a vibrant and whimsical place that unconditionally loves and accepts its residents. The city embraces diversity and, as a result, it is always re-defining itself to encompass new residents. However, its ...

Senior Profiles: Post-Graduate Plans

Senior Profiles: Post-Graduate Plans

Maegan Nelson

May 13, 2013


Filed under Circuit

Lisa Beneman "After graduation, I am immediately heading out on the U.S.-Mexico border trip with [Associate Professor of Politics] Aaron Bobrow-Strain and 10 other awesome Whitman students. It is an amazing program that I am excited to be a part of and learn from. After the trip I am moving to Siena, Italy for the summer to work at Tenuta di Spannocchia, a divers...

Mariners’ Outlook

Tristan Gavin

April 18, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

Seattle is a sad sports city. No, it isn't hopelessly doomed to horrendous teams in every sport like Cleveland, but that is precisely what makes me sympathetic to Seattle sports fans. They are hopeful. Hopeful enough to expect an undersized rookie quarterback to take a good-not-great football team t...

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