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Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Walla Walla is protesting, why aren’t Whitties?

Alanna Sherman, Columnist November 11, 2021

Walla Walla may be a small city, but that does not suppress the flow of passion for human rights among residents. Downtown is known for its restaurants, wineries, boutiques and live music, but it also...

Jake Lorang

Breaking the Standard: Non-Traditional Whitman Students

Will Booth, Staff Reporter October 8, 2018

First-year Jake Lorang is the first to admit he sticks out like a sore thumb on Whitman campus. A bald 38 year-old man, Lorang is not difficult to spot amongst a crowd of long-haired, Chaco-wearing...

Students, Administration, Police Respond to Recent Drugging Reports

Chris Hankin and Mitchell Smith, News Editor and Editor in Chief April 21, 2017

The most recent report of a Whitman student unknowingly ingesting a dissociative drug came close to two weeks ago, and since then members of the Whitman community have responded on varying ways. The...

Op-Ed: Selective Inclusion

Ethan Graham, Whitman College Senior February 9, 2017

There is a divide between Whitman and the Walla Walla community that cannot be bridged until Whitman is more diverse, more accepting and less afraid to engage directly with people that live around us....

The Student Body

The Student Body

Marra Clay April 1, 2014

Whitman is active––this isn't a secret. With my fresh first-year perspective, I still meander around campus, jaw dropped in awe of both the physical and intellectual talents of my peers. From the soccer...

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