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Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

We need better COVID-19 communication from the administration

Victoria Helmer, Columnist November 19, 2020

By now, you’ve probably heard about the four staff members and one student who recently tested positive for COVID-19. Perhaps you first found out through The Wire. Maybe you found out through last Thursday’s...

Whitman College hosted a vigil in honor of deceased Linfield College student Parker Moore. Photo by McCormick

Student deaths in the Northwest

Natalie Berg November 26, 2014

November has been a sad month in the Northwest Conference. This month marks the death of Aaron Altman of George Fox University, Parker Moore of Linfield College and Alex Sengoba of Whitworth University. Altman...

Abby Nyberg Graphic Artist

Whitworth a strong choice for non-Christians

October 16, 2014

This story was originally published in The Whitworthian of Whitworth University on October 15, 2014. It was written by Whitworth columnist Matthew Boardman. According to the Whitworth website, "Whitworth...

Men’s Basketball Falls Short in Second Battle of the Whits

Sarah Anderegg February 19, 2014
In the second Battle of the Whits in men's basketball this season, both teams, Whitman and Whitworth had their fair share of ups and downs through out the 40 minutes of play. However it was the 13th ranked Whitworth who prevailed, coming out on top to the Missionaries 79-76 Tuesday night.

Whitman Women’s Basketball Holds Off Whitworth to Remain Undefeated

Quin Nelson January 22, 2014
The Whitman College women’s basketball team survived a hotly contested game against the Whitworth Pirates, winning 60-57 on Thursday evening at Whitman’s Ball Court.

Men’s Soccer Falls to Whitworth

Kelsey Peck October 14, 2013
Despite a strong second half, the Whitman men's soccer team fell to the Whitworth Pirates 2-1.
Fantasy Sports Boast Real Benefits

Fantasy Sports Boast Real Benefits

Dylan Snyder September 19, 2013
The informed awareness that Whitman students have about pop culture or politics doesn't seem to extend to our nation's favorite sport. However, an easy way to start thinking about football and its importance to American culture is through fantasy sports.
Senior Day a Success for Whitmans Baseball Team

Senior Day a Success for Whitman’s Baseball Team

Tristan Gavin April 29, 2013
Whitman beat Whitworth 9-0 in what turned out to be more than just a celebration of its seniors.

Whitman Women Lose, Men Triumph in Conference Semi-Finals

Quin Nelson February 22, 2013
In a hard-fought NWC semi-final matchup, the Whitman women’s basketball team came up a few plays short of victory, falling to the Whitworth Pirates 55-54 Thursday evening at Ball Court.
Senior Day Swim Meet

Senior Day Swim Meet

Tristan Gavin January 31, 2013
For four years, the seniors of Whitman’s men’s and women’s swimming teams have made the Harvey Pool a second home. Last Saturday, they climbed into the water for their last home meet ever.

How Whitman stacks up: A sport-by-sport look at the upcoming fall season

Matt Tesmond September 20, 2012
The Whitman fall sports season heated up with the beginning of conference play last week, but how do the teams stack up compared to the rest of the Northwest Conference? The Pioneer takes a look at each sport to discover how Whitman stacks up and how the conference will shake out.

Women’s Soccer Team Drops Home, Conference Opener to Rival Whitworth

Quin Nelson September 12, 2012

Despite a promising first half, the Whitman women's soccer team lost their home and conference opener to the Whitworth Pirates at the Whitman Soccer Complex Wednesday afternoon. The Missionaries put...

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