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Poverty is Now a Woman Thing

The other day, I was perusing the Women section of Huffington Post when I came across an article (surprise, surprise) about Maria Shriver’s recent report on American women’s financial ...


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Randomly selected students will be receiving handwritten letters.


The Seventh Wave – Sailing Away

Here’s “The Seventh Wave” from synth/sound effect-making pro Suzanne Ciani’s debut album Seven Waves.


Why are there fewer senior senators this semester?

After Nilce Alvarez ’14 resigned from her position as senior senator at the beginning of ...


Ancient Tea and Horse Road

This past week was the CIEE Weeklong Excursion and I went to Yunnan Province with ...


News

Phi Delta Theta Installs New Solar Panels


Tatiana Kaehler Next ASWC President, Executive Council Elected


New Eating Disorder Support Group Fills Much-Needed Gap

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Mease not Mooses: Admissions Zoo

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Cartoon by Asa Mease.


Shanesha Taylor’s Case Displays Need for Change in Justice System

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Shanesha Taylor, a 35-year-old single mother in Arizona, was recently ...


Government Panel Needs to Point Citizens in Right Direction

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The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ...


Voices from the Community // Issue 9

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For this week's poll, The Pioneer asked students why they ...

Poverty is Now a Woman Thing

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The other day, I was perusing the Women section of Huffington Post when I came ...


Check your mail!

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Hello followers of all things ASWC, As part of my personal initiative ...


The Seventh Wave – Sailing Away

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Hey. Here’s “The Seventh Wave” from synth/sound effect-making pro Suzanne Ciani’s debut album Seven ...


Why are there fewer senior senators this semester?

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After Nilce Alvarez ’14 resigned from her position as senior senator at ...


Ancient Tea and Horse Road

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This past week was the CIEE Weeklong Excursion and I went to Yunnan Province with ...

This Week:

Why do students choose their majors? This week, we talk to students who planned their own majors and students who entered Whitman with a career plan and major already in ...