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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Eddie DeLeon finds community in boxing. Photos contributed by Kevin Pogue and Eddie Nelson.

Whitman faculty and staff find passion in sports

Ryder Brookes, Sports Reporter March 12, 2020

Mustering up the motivation to exercise can be difficult, yet some Whitman staff and faculty have incorporated sports into their daily routines and have experienced major health benefits. Post Office...

Power and Privilege Symposium Step in Right Direction

February 13, 2014
In mid-December, I, along with over 100 faculty members, attended a special faculty meeting to vote on a motion to cancel classes on Thursday, Feb. 20 in order to convene the Power and Privilege Symposium. Pen to paper, the faculty in attendance voted, and the motion passed by an overwhelming majority. The text of the motion upheld reads as follows:
Jamie Kennedy, Director of Planned Giving.  Photo by Adam Brayton.

Alumni drawn towards employment at alma mater

Kaili Masamoto October 11, 2012
An almost magnetic attraction seems to compel alumni to return to Whitman College to serve as faculty and staff. What beckons them back?
Credit: Marie von Hafften

New professor Dr. Douglas Scarborough brings passion for jazz to Whitman

Mallory Martin September 15, 2011
Whitman welcomes former visiting jazz professor Dr. Douglas Scarborough as a permanent addition to the music department. Dr. Scarborough discusses his plans for the future.

3-2-1, go! votes Whitman faculty on 3-2 work load

Andy Jobanek November 5, 2009
Vote on 3-2 course work load passes, authorizes individual academic departments to begin planning for that schedule.
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