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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Spring has Sprung: Planting Seeds and Forming Community

Oliver Kaufman, News Reporter April 18, 2024

As the weather warms up, plant-related activities and events are beginning to pop up around Whitman campus and Walla Walla. This includes the Walla Walla Public Library’s seed library, which launched...

Spring Arrives in Walla Walla

Spring Arrives in Walla Walla

Nat Lange, Science & Enviroment Editor April 4, 2024

The calendar has turned to April, which means spring has arrived in Walla Walla. When I step out of my house to head to class, I’m greeted by grape hyacinth dotted through my neighbor’s lawn. Yellow...

6 Tips for Improving Your Self-Sabotage Skills this Spring

AE, Toothpick-to-the-Stars April 19, 2018

Day drink Drunk classes are way more fun. Plus, that way, the hangover kicks in right when you would do your homework, which will make it virtually impossible to do! Skip class Ah,...

87 Percent of Students Crumbling Before Our Very Eyes

AE, Butt Munch April 12, 2018

Tuesday, 12:47 a.m.: At least twelve-hundred Whitman students have spontaneously turned to sand over the last two weeks. As papers and tests pile up, the confusing phenomenon has ravaged the campus, leaving...

Photo by Mika Nobles

Farmers’ Market Hosts Homegrown Art

Allison Hall, Staff Writer May 5, 2016
Though all quirky and original, artists at the Walla Walla Farmer’s Market have a few things in common: passion, resourcefulness, and creativity.

Fresh music: best new albums for spring

Emma Dahl March 5, 2015

Indie music fans, rejoice! This spring has been huge for quality indie releases, from small artists releasing their debut album to household names recovering from hiatuses and re-emerging on the scene....

Students learn composition basics through transformative process

Geoffrey Leach February 19, 2015
On Feb. 22, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., the Music Department will be presenting the Composers Spring Concert. Six students have each composed a piece of music that will be performed in Chism Recital Hall. Each student has written a unique piece that they have worked on since the Fall.

The survival guide for upcoming Springtime movies

Nathan Fisher January 29, 2015

As I start my last semester at Whitman, the terror of the fast approaching real world is looming.  I'm starting to be expected to have answers for questions such as, "What do you want to do?" or "What...

Ducks Hunters Quack Under Pressure

Ducks Hunters ‘Quack’ Under Pressure

Melina Hughes April 17, 2014
Some say that the amount of ducks you find have a lot to do with your worth as a student. To that I say "waddle it matter?"
The three weekend travelers! (Alex, me, Margot)

Qingming Festival

Rachel Palfini April 16, 2014

Last week I had midterms, which is why I have not posted in awhile. A lot has happened in the past few weeks though (besides midterms), so I'll fill you in on one of the more exciting activities. April...

Smells like Spring!

Smells like Spring!

Marra Clay April 6, 2014
Everyone is enjoying this weather- but the beautiful sunshine is distracting while studying for midterms. However, the new growth on campus is providing both a colorful view and a delicious smell to experience when I pop out of the doors to Anderson each morning.
Photo by Marcovici

Letter from the Editor: Circuit 10

Shelly Le April 1, 2014
Editor-in-Chief Shelly Le welcomes spring and the second half of the Whitman semester in her Circuit Letter from the Editor, commemorating the magazine's tenth issue.
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