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"Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
Are elections always good for democracy?
Although the military has a relatively low presence on Whitman's campus, its role here remains a contested topic. In 2005, ASWC passed a resolution opposing military recruitment, yet a few students still choose to enlist.
This article talks about the nature of intimate communities and how breaking free from them every once in a while can keep you sane and allow you to appreciate the time you DO spend amongst a small, close-knit group of people.
Retired Whitman Politics professor Mary Hanna passed away on Wednesday, March 3, after a battle with cancer. Hanna came to Whitman in 1983 as an associate professor of political science and retired in 2000 after a distinguished teaching career. She taught courses on gender and politics, politics and the media and ...
With graduation approaching, a tough economy creates stress, as well as fresh opportunities, for Whitman seniors.
ASWC kicked off its first Town Hall of the new decade by inviting Professor Andrea Dobson and President George Bridges to address the assembly on various issues and field questions from audience members. Dobson's report on the upcoming transition to a 3-2 course schedule spurred debate as students and faculty ...
The peril of webcams: spying.
Why the removing titillating iPhone apps is not censorship.
Studying abroad is more than learning about your host country's essentialized "culture".
While most Whitman students don't seek out a military career, senior Ryan Finnegan has struck his own path— he graduated from Officer Candidate School and plans to continue into the Marines after college.
Presenters to the Whitman Undergraduate Conference will be more than prepared this year as they are mentored by writing fellows provided by the Written and Oral Communication Initiative, a new program created from a recent gift to the College. Peer mentors will also work with students to polish speeches before ...
Many seniors are committed to humanitarian service options after Whitman, yet among the diverse organizations available, finding the best fit can be tricky.
Junior Kate Pringle recruits students for a video project to tell legislators to sustain funding for Washington state financial aid programs, such as work study.
Whitman's Men's and Women's Club Ultimate Frisbee teams traveled to Stevinson, Calif. last weekend to compete in the Stanford Open. But they only got there after lengthy negotiations that prompted intervention from ASWC's finance chair.
"I don't want to talk about climate change; I'm not going to talk about climate change. I want to talk about climate justice," said David Schlosberg as he opened his lecture, "Rethinking Global Climate Justice: Capabilities, Vulnerabilities and Adaptations," on Monday, March 1. Schlosberg, professor of politics and international affairs at ...
Men's and women's ski team's place at regionals, qualify for USCSA Nationals
Sports writers Jay Gold and Bidnam Lee discuss Tiger Woods fall from grace
Wildcats tame Missionaries, win 5-4.
Meet Cameron Benner, Whitman's own professional race car driver