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“The Invisible Vegan” explores the relationship between BIPOC communities and veganism

Zac Bentz, A&E Reporter April 29, 2021

To complement Bon Appetit’s five-day “Plant-Forward” challenge, Campus Sustainability Coordinator Elissa Brown encourages the Whitman community to watch Jasmine Leyva’s 2019 film “The Invisible...

Be nice to vegans

Victoria Helmer, Columnist November 12, 2020

Vegans have a bad rap, but I think they’re just a misunderstood bunch. Tino Mori, a Wire opinion section alum, wrote a wonderful article in 2015 where they recognized that veganism, while morally applaudable,...

Suggestions for healthy, tasty eating in 2012

Ellie Newell January 26, 2012

It's January, which means that many of us are making new commitments to our health and culinary palette. Whether you are hoping to eat healthier, or just hoping to shake up the midwinter stir-fry doldrums,...

Credit: Allie Felt

Food for thought: Group stresses sustainability

Dylan Tull October 27, 2011

Environmental sustainability is a topic that is often addressed at Whitman,  but for one reason or another, whether it is lack of information or simply the fact that students enjoy Prentiss Dining Hall...

Numbers in the news

Shelly Le October 27, 2011

17 Percentage of children and adolescents aged two to 19 years-old in the United States who are obese. 17 million Number of children in the United States who live in households struggling to put...

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