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Op-Ed: Whitman’s Commitment to the Community

Ethan Graham '17

April 19, 2018


Filed under Letter to the Editor, OPINION

The disparity in demographics between students at Whitman College and those living in Walla Walla is striking. Whitman’s most recent Fall 2017 Class is comprised of just 9 percent self-identifying Hispanic/Latinos and 64 percent self-identifying White/Caucasian students. Meanwhile, 38 percent of Wal...

Classroom Connections

Classroom Connections

Alissa Antilla, Feature Writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under FEATURE, Front Page Slideshow

Classroom Connections, a club at Whitman that sends Whitman students to tutor at Walla Walla High School (Wa-Hi), is all about making connections. Classroom Connections meshes the worlds of high school students and Whitman college students through Guided Study, a required study hall during the school...

Wa-Hi Future Still Hopeful After Bond Failure

Wa-Hi Future Still Hopeful After Bond Failure

Helen Angell

May 8, 2014


Filed under Community, NEWS

On April 22, Walla Walla voters rejected a bond measure that would provide the funding to update Walla Walla High School's 40-year-old facilities. The April vote was the third time voters have failed to approve a Wa-Hi improvement bond since 2006. This year's failed bond would have built a new science building fo...

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