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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

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Treat your journalists right

Andrew Schwartz October 20, 2016

Two headlines off the impetuous digital press dateline September 8, 2016: “The Entire Seattle Seahawks Team Will Protest the National Anthem at Opening Game” and “Entire Seahawks Team Planning to...

NFL season kickoff: First weekend recap

Jose Guerrero Coronado September 17, 2015

The NFL season started this past weekend amidst controversy regarding regarding the decision to overturn Tom Brady’s four-game suspension. Brady is now able to play the first four games of the season....

Pio Radio Hour Seven

Natalie Berg February 1, 2015

Today on The Pio Radio Hour: - An interview with staff reporter Christy Carley about the upcoming Power & Privilege Symposium and the history of the event - An interview with Seahawks fan Max...

Seahawks face winding road to repeat

Seahawks face winding road to repeat

Dylan Snyder September 18, 2014
Last fall, campus was abuzz with the Seattle Seahawks' eventually successful quest for their first Super Bowl. One the biggest story lines this year will be whether or not they can be the first team since the New England Patriots in 2004–2005 to repeat.
Sherman Victim of Gender Normativity in Media

Sherman Victim of Gender Normativity in Media

Alisha Agard February 27, 2014
This NFL football season was an entertaining one. Full of rivals and surprising wins, it was cool to see some of the underdog teams step up to the plate. As a Seattleite, I was happy to see the success of the Seattle Seahawks and when they won the game against the San Fransico 49ers that sent them to the super bowl; I was thrilled. My happiness was short lived after seeing the way media painted Richard Sherman as a "thug" and was criticized for his post-game interview.

Bust of a Super Bowl Has More than Meets the Eye

Dylan Snyder February 5, 2014
Sunday marked one of the biggest beatdowns in Super Bowl history, with the Seattle Seahawks winning 43-8 after leading the Denver Broncos for 59:48 of the 60 minutes of gameplay. This win marked the Seahawks' first ever Super Bowl victory, and the first major title for Seattle since 1979.
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