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Layers of loss: Tapestry of Journeys exhibit open in Stevens Gallery

Mo Dow, Campus Life Reporter September 16, 2021

How do we make meaning in our lives? This week, Whitman’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offered a space for students to reflect and connect through an exhibit in the Stevens Gallery.  The...

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Unraveling Whitman’s Myth About Spirituality

Alasdair Padman, Staff Reporter October 8, 2017
"Tapestry of Journeys," an interactive exhibit in the Stevens Gallery, allowed students to engage with their spirituality.
Mystics Discuss Spirituality at Local Church

Mystics Discuss Spirituality at Local Church

Emma Dahl November 7, 2013

It's a quiet Wednesday morning at the First Congregational Church located just across Mill Creek from the Whitman College campus. The church is mostly empty, but in a little room around the corner...

Joel Ponce 16, Ziyi Vicky Su 16, and Ashley Ehlers 13 listen during the afterlife discussion.

Better Together Club Encourages Open Dialogue Between Religions

Maegan Nelson February 14, 2013

Last Wednesday evening a group of about a dozen individuals gathered on the top floor of the GAC to share a loaf of banana bread and discuss the afterlife. The discussion was the first meeting of a new...

Spirituality fosters inclusive community

Talia Rudee February 16, 2012

Whitman is a secular school. However, for many Whitties, religion and spirituality are important in their personal development and contributions to campus life. The college website states: "A Whitman...

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