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Vol. CLIV, Issue 5
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24 hour Climb-a-thon: Whitman Climbing Team embarks on ultimate fundraising effort

Charlotte Elliott, Campus Life Editor November 10, 2022

While the average college student may have been out at a frat party, having a cozy movie night or ordering Domino’s, the Whitman Climbing Team spent their Friday night and Saturday morning taking on...

Whitman Climbing Center to reopen its doors to students

Charlotte Elliott, Sports Editor October 5, 2020

The Whitman Climbing Center will be opening to students with new safety guidelines. The center will have a limited capacity of 20 individuals, including staff, all of whom must be cleared to be on campus....

Dana Bolster 17 is another avid participant of Ladies Climbing Night. Photo by Hannah Bashevkin.

Ladies’ Climbing Night offers space to women climbers

Martina Pansze April 30, 2015

As the clock strikes 8 p.m., women start to trickle into the climbing gym. By 8:05, Beyoncé is blasting from the speakers, and women are harnessing up and beginning to climb. Every other week, The...

Climbers assemble for largest crank competition in 20 years

Matt Tesmond April 30, 2012
This past Saturday Whitman hosted the 20th annual Sweet Onion Crank in the Sherwood Climbing facility. As an event of the Northwest Collegiate Climbing Circuit, The Crank brought together students from ten different Pacific Northwest schools to compete in the spirit of fun, community and climbing.
Credit: Cade Beck

Profile: Veteran climbing whiz Charlotte Hill ’13

Matt Tesmond February 9, 2012

This week's sports profile centers on the prolific climber and head of the Whitman Indoor Climbing Commitee. Charlotte Hill is a junior English major from Seattle, Wash. Pio: So when did you really...

Credit: Faith Bernstein

Climbing wall opens to community

Sam Chapman November 10, 2011
Now, red letters on the Climbing Center's website proclaim a change to the policy that loosens requirements for use of the wall. Students, faculty and staff may bring unlimited family and two guests for a fee of seven dollars.
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