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Vol. CLIV, Issue 3
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Weekly yoga sessions at local vineyard fills niche in the Walla Walla community

Tucker Grinnan, Sports Reporter April 29, 2021

Foundry Vineyards' “Yoga in the Gallery” sessions have consistently provided a space for participants to relax, exercise their minds and bodies and take in the artwork that surrounds them. When...

Photo by Carson Jones.

ZenSoul and Kaleidoscope: Walla Walla’s new yoga studios

Abby Malzewski, Staff Writer November 19, 2020

Disclaimer: This article was written before the new COVID-19 restrictions that went into effect Monday, Nov. 16 for Washington stores, restaurants and social gatherings. Two new yoga studios have opened...

Illustration by Nathaly Perez

Fitness classes move online

Ryder Brookes, Staff Reporter April 26, 2020

While most academic classes have been able to transition their content online, student fitness classes have had a harder time adjusting. Rebecca Thorpe, a yoga instructor at Whitman, is finding one...

KWCW Show of the Week: The Revolver Yoga Hour

KWCW Show of the Week: “The Revolver Yoga Hour”

Michelle Foster, Staff Writer December 1, 2016

Yoga instruction, philosophy and a little bit of music are all brought together in “The Revolver Yoga Hour,” a KWCW show hosted by community member and alumnus Court Morgan ‘07. The show focuses...

Hella Chill Yoga Babe Seeking YOU

Tara McCulloch April 24, 2014
Spring is in the air, but is love?
Illustration by Luke Hampton

ASWC Passes Act to Encourage More Student-Taught Classes

Lachlan Johnson April 25, 2013
ASWC Senate passed an act on April 14 to make it easier for student-teachers to apply for funding to teach a class.
Illustration by Asa Mease

‘I’m doing fine,’ Clearly Drunk, Non-Winning Mr. Whitman Candidate Reports into a Banana Peel

Matt Raymond February 21, 2013
Every November, Whitman College puts on one of its most widely-attended campus events—a not-so-real beauty pageant, known fondly as Mr. Whitman, in which eight senior men celebrate the completion of a three month-long fundraising drive for a charity chosen by a Whitman student. The eight contestants are judged on a combination of their fundraising successes and their performances in the formal, swimsuit and talent portions of the show. As with all beauty pageants, there must be a winner—and of course, as with all beauty pageants, there must be the grim, devastating consequences of losing—the pain associated with realizing that nobody ever remembers the runner-up.
Credit: Cornelius

Missy gets athletic: Namaste!

Melissa Navarro November 17, 2009
After her bone-crunching rugby experience, Sports correspondent Missy Navarro ventured into the calmer side of the sports world, trying Yoga, a Whitman campus favorite.
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