Debate Team Moves Forward Amidst Disagreements About Supervision and Policy

Shelly Le
May 20, 2013
Filed under News

This article was written by Shelly Le, Rachel Alexander and Karah Kemmerly. Emily Lin-Jones and Blair Hanley Frank contributed additional reporting. This article is the third in a three-part series about Whitman's debate team. Part one... Read more »

Debate Title IX Investigation Prompted By Sexual Assault

Shelly Le
May 20, 2013
Filed under News

This article was written by Shelly Le, Rachel Alexander and Karah Kemmerly. Emily Lin-Jones and Blair Hanley Frank contributed additional reporting. This article is the second in a three-part series about Whitman's debate team. Part one... Read more »

As Longtime Coach Steps Down, Debate Culture Under Scrutiny

Shelly Le
May 20, 2013
Filed under News

This article was written by Shelly Le, Rachel Alexander and Karah Kemmerly. Emily Lin-Jones and Blair Hanley Frank contributed additional reporting. This article is the first in a three-part series about Whitman's debate team. Part two... Read more »

Letter from the Editors on Debate Investigation

Shelly Le
May 18, 2013
Filed under Editors' Blog

Over the past three weeks, a team of Pioneer reporters has been working to shed light on the circumstances leading up to Jim Hanson's decision to step down from his position as Director of Forensics. Our reporting included... Read more »

Holi 2013 brings a colorful end to finals week

Holi 2013 brings a colorful end to finals week

Marie von Hafften
May 15, 2013
Filed under Media, Media Highlight

Final exams ended on Tuesday, May 14, at 4 p.m. By 4:30 p.m. several hundred students filled the Reid sidelawn and pelted each other with colorful powder in MECCA and the South Asian Student Association (SASA)'s annual celebration of Holi. Due to cleaning issues resulting from last year's celebration,... Read more »

The Inimitable, Irreplaceable Professor Hashimoto

Quin Nelson
May 13, 2013
Filed under Circuit, News

Leaning back in his swivel chair, hands clasped over his stomach, Associate Professor of English Irvin "Hash" Hashimoto sits calmly in an office that looks like it was torn apart by a natural disaster. This is because Hashimoto, 68, is retiring, and packing up all of the belongings he has accumulated... Read more »

Creative Voices of Whitman

Sarah Cornett
May 13, 2013
Filed under A&E, Circuit

It is no secret that the Whitman community is one full of passionate people. As a prospective student, I decided to come to Whitman for that reason. Whitties are all really interested in something and they pursue these interests passionately and humbly. Whether meeting environmental activists, artists,... Read more »

We’re Greater Than Our Productivity

We’re Greater Than Our Productivity

May 13, 2013
Filed under Circuit, Opinion

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Whitman Key Space for Challenging Viewpoints

Whitman Key Space for Challenging Viewpoints

May 13, 2013
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Hard Times Teach Us The Most

Hard Times Teach Us The Most

May 13, 2013
Filed under Circuit, Opinion

This column was distributed by Heather Domonoske '13. ... Read more »

Senior Profiles: Post-Graduate Plans

Senior Profiles: Post-Graduate Plans

Maegan Nelson
May 13, 2013
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Senior Profiles: Fellowships and Grants

Senior Profiles: Fellowships and Grants

Serena Runyan
May 13, 2013
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