Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Illustration by Emily Jones

Unusual New Changes to Greekend

Tabor Martinsen April 18, 2013
Tabor talks about Greekend... nuff said.
Illustration by Marlee Raible

Top Three Overused Phrases at Whitman

Tabor Martinsen February 27, 2013
Whitman students love using hip phrases almost as much as vegans love to remind us that they don’t eat animal products. Naturally, hip phrases move quickly through our small school, and chances are, if you've heard the phrase from more than two students, it will catch on and become “the cat’s meow”—in other words, completely ineffective and utterly obnoxious until you reach a point where if you hear the phrase one more time you swear on your life that you will abandon your studies and willingly lock yourself into a room that only has Enya music playing until the world has become a more tolerable place again.

Obama Carries Utah in Electoral College, Analysts Speculate Because of Last-Minute Switch of Stance on Polygamy

Kyle Seasly November 5, 2012
Though downplayed as an “outdated issue” and an old stereotype of Mormons, polygamy finally entered the political ring on Monday night when President Obama announced that he was officially changing his stance on the issue, and that he and Oprah Winfrey are getting married.
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