2013 November

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  1. Timothy Kaufman-Osborn to Step Down as Dean of Faculty and Provost News November 25, 2013

    Dean of Faculty and Provost Timothy Kaufman-Osborn will be stepping down at the end of the academic year. The college is currently looking for an interim from within the faculty to replace him, though he plans on coming back to the college in some capacity after taking some time off.

  2. Ice Chalet Provides Skating Outpost For Community Sports November 21, 2013

    The Ice Chalet, established in 1965, is the only ice rink within a 40-mile radius of Walla Walla and serves the needs of the entire ice-skating community in the city, offering skating sessions, a hockey school, and figure skating sessions.

  3. Olive Showcases Community A&E November 21, 2013

    Downtown restaurant, Olive Cafe is a go-to place for food. But did you know that they also showcased art? Owner and art director Tabitha Crenshaw sat down with The Pioneer to discuss why art is an important part of their business.

  4. Student Volunteers Aim to Create Community at STEP Shelter Feature Feature Highlight November 21, 2013

    Learn more about Whitman students who volunteer at the STEP women's shelter, an organization that offers local homeless women and children a place to sleep.

  5. Cross Country Finishes Strong at Regionals Cross Country Sports Sports Highlight Varsity Sports November 21, 2013

    The cross country team found great success last Saturday as they culminated their season at the Division III West Regional meet.

  6. Artists’ Politics Don’t Define Their Own Work Opinion Opinion Highlight November 21, 2013

    A couple of weeks ago, I watched a film that I have wanted to see for a long time. Ever since I read "Ender’s Game" for the first time in 2005, I always wished for a film version. Blissfully engrossed in a 10-year-old’s fantasy, I sat through the movie without ...

  7. Junior Principle Player Exudes Passion for Violin A&E A&E Highlight November 21, 2013

    When junior Ryan Jacobsen arrived on Whitman Campus he thought he was going to be a doctor. Music stayed in the forefront of his mind, however, and now he a declared music major, Jacobsen is taking off in the Music Department.

  8. Miley Cyrus: Simply Growing Up Opinion November 21, 2013

    When I was in elementary school, I confidently wore tie-dye sweat pants with a silver sequin belt. A couple years later I tried to go for the boho-chic look, but my confidence was wounded by Gresa H. during our Shakespeare unit when she commented that she “really liked my Friar ...

  9. Don’t Trust Bee in Anderson 203 Humor November 21, 2013

    [caption id="attachment_79121" align="aligncenter" width="586"] Illustration by Emma Rust[/caption] Oh my god guys, let me tell you. I moved here from Indiana with the dream of getting a good liberal arts education, but you will not believe what I have had to put ...

  10. ASWC Resolution Condemns Racism on Campus ASWC News November 21, 2013

    The resolution passed Sunday the 17th directly addresses the issue of institutionalized racism on Whitman’s campus that a group of at least 225 students and faculty rallied against on Nov. 7. The original resolution expressed alarm at underlying racism that exists on campus and called for changes to be made ...

  11. Don’t Let Efficient Angles Overwhelm Campus Aesthetics Humor November 21, 2013

    Keep off the grass!

  12. Soundtrack of My Life: Professor David Schmitz A&E A&E Highlight November 21, 2013

    As professor of the History and Sociology of Rock 'n' Roll, history professor David Schmitz is familiar with a wide arrange of music. Schmitz sat down with The Pioneer to discuss the soundtrack to his life.

  13. Give Hoot about Oxford Comma Humor November 21, 2013

    This is important, crucial, necessary, and pressing!

  14. Gym Culture on Campus Opinion November 21, 2013

    When you look at a banana, what do you think? Do you think: “Man, that banana looks really tasty, I think I am going to eat it” or do you think “Man, that 100 calorie banana with 27 g of carbohydrates, 15 g of which are sugars, loaded with potassium, ...

  15. Whitman Teaches the Movement Expands Civil Rights Education News November 21, 2013

    In response to the failing grade Washington state received for its civil rights education standards, Whitman College created the program Whitman Teaches the Movement (WTTM) two years ago to supplement Walla Walla Public Schools' lack of civil rights education. Now entering its third year, WTTM is undergoing several changes that ...

  16. Why Wear Whitman Sweatshirts? Humor November 21, 2013

    I don’t understand why people wear Whitman College sweatshirts at Whitman College. Sensibly speaking, there are two 1-2 reasons people tell me to defend wearing a Whitman sweatshirt at Whitman. 1. To represent Whitman College The problem with this statement is that you are representing Whitman College at Whitman College. It is ...

  17. Whitman SAAC Works to Improve Athletic Program Sports November 21, 2013

    The Student Athletic Advisory Committee, or SAAC, has been hard at work this fall organizing events, hyping up varsity athletic teams, and bolstering the athletic community for Whitman and the Northwest Conference as a whole.

  18. Whitman Outdoor Program Wins David J. Webb Award News November 21, 2013

    On Nov. 9 at the Association Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) conference, Whitman’s Outdoor Program (the OP) won the David J. Webb Program Excellence Award. Whitman is the smallest college to ever receive this award, a testament to the accomplishments of the OP.

  19. Whitman Locker Rooms Promote Inclusive Atmosphere Sports November 21, 2013

    With all of the media attention that has been brought upon the Miami Dolphins over the course of the past few weeks, it would give the impression that athletic locker rooms are full of misguided thugs. However, it appears that either by selection or the culture of Whitman, the ...

  20. Date Dry-Spell Humor November 21, 2013

    I know that I'm not the only student who suffers from a lack of dates. Is it too much to ask? Girl just wants some dates on a Friday night, maybe with dinner or a movie. I'd even like a date or two at Pioneer Park. But it's come to ...

  21. Students Press for Action Against Racism ASWC Events Front Page Slideshow News News Highlight November 21, 2013

    Outrage at specific incidents of racism has evolved into demands for decisive action on campus, putting pressure on Whitman's administration to instigate change.

  22. Ode to That Girl Who Jogs Past My House Every Day (A Sonnet) Humor November 21, 2013

    Rosy-fingered dawn is not yet up And paper-ridden, I am not yet down Yet ‘ere the Starbucks sells its opening cup You are awake and jogging through the town   Each day in hot-pink track pants you endure As winter gods are practicing their might If Sisyphus were still alive, I’m sure, He’d come to think his punishment ...

  23. Interfaith Coalition on Poverty Hosts Hunger, Homeless Awareness Event Feature Front Page Slideshow November 21, 2013

    The week of Nov. 18 through Nov. 22 was the 2013 Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Find out more about Walla Walla's campaign to raise awareness about these issues.

  24. Bon Appetit Employees Face Minimal Health Coverage Community Front Page Slideshow News November 21, 2013

    Bon Appétit employees work long hours in difficult and fast-paced jobs. When injuries occur, they cannot use the Whitman Health Center, and their vacation days and break times are small in number. Though Bon Appétit employees on campus generally have good relationships with higher-up campus officials, nationally the catering company ...

  25. Mease not Mooses: Signs of November Campus Cartoon Opinion November 21, 2013

    Cartoon by Asa Mease

  26. Hunger, Homelessness Awareness Week Feature Weekly Topic November 21, 2013

    This past week was Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, so The Pioneer met with the Interfaith Coalition on Poverty to discuss their recent community events, where attendees could educate themselves on the ways these issues manifest locally. Then, we chatted with several student volunteers at the women's STEP shelter.

  27. Voices of the Community: Issue 11 Opinion Voices of the Community November 20, 2013

    What is your opinion on the Whitman Encounters website? Videographer Tanner Bowersox polls the community on what they think about the Whitman Encounters website.

  28. Not a Fan of the Red Monkey Web Only November 18, 2013

    Want to see an outdated advertising strategy? Look no further than the Red Monkey Downtown Lounge on Alder. The bar recently released a pair of sexist TV commercials in a failed attempt to drive game day attendance. The two-part series was shot in the same fashion as was the popular “Sh!t People ...

  29. Senate Round Up Number 4 ASWC Unpacked November 18, 2013

    At the fourth ASWC senate meeting, the ASWC Communications Committee introduced itself, three students were appointed to the Sustainability Advisory Committee, and a resolution about race issues on campus was passed after extensive detailed debate. The Finance Committee allocated $400 to pay for part of the cost of bringing ...

  30. Swim Team Makes Big Splash With Hour of Power Sports November 17, 2013

    Last Tuesday, collegiate, high school, and club swim teams all over the country participated in the "Hour of Power", a charity event to raise both money and awareness for Sarcoma, a rare soft tissue disease that takes effect all over the world, primarily in young people.

  31. Associate Professor of Politics Aaron Bobrow Strain Discusses ‘The Future of Food’ Media Media Highlight Photos November 16, 2013

    This past weeks' Big Idea Talk at the Walla Walla Public library featured Associate Professor of Politics Aaron Bobrow-Strain. With a set of panelists including Welcome Table Farm Owner Emily Asmus, Farm to School Coordinator Beth Thiel and Director of Corporate Responsibility at Broetie Orchards Roger Bairstow. Bobrow-Strain led a ...

  32. Mease not Mooses: Things I know to Be True Campus Cartoon Opinion November 16, 2013

    Illustration by Asa Mease

  33. Who am I? Blogs November 15, 2013

    This blog is going to keep things short and sweet... I am not going to analyze anything existential or come to any worldly conclusion, except that I hope to purely expose you to the type of music that I spend half of my day listening to and thinking about. Music ...

  34. Jackson Katz Challenges Gender Violence Rhetoric Events News November 15, 2013

    Nationally recognized gender violence prevention educator Jackson Katz visited Whitman Wednesday, Nov. 13 night. He lectured to students about the dangers of de-gendering language when talking about men’s violence against women. Sophomore Shireen Nori introduced Katz as an “educator, author, filmmaker, cultural theorist and gender-violence preventer” who has written multiple books and ...

  35. Skateboarding Club Brings New Life to Skating Culture Sports Sports Highlight November 14, 2013

    There are clubs to satisfy most any passion at Whitman, but for the skateboarding community, a small but tight knit and enthusiastic group, the idea to create a formal club has been not much more than just a formal idea. However, that could change very soon.

  36. Getting Adventurous with ‘Drunken City’ A&E A&E Highlight November 14, 2013

    The Pioneer sits down with the leads and the director of Harper Joy's new play, Drunken City.

  37. Alumni Find Exciting Work Opportunities Abroad Feature November 14, 2013

    Discover more about several Whitman alumni's experiences living abroad.

  38. Thor Rescues Woman Who Should Save Herself A&E Movie Reviews November 14, 2013

    Thor 2 is the classic "man" movie: superheroes, super powers, super hair. But what's not so super? Saving a woman who could obviously save herself.

  39. Ellis Anchors Lacrosse Team With Steady Presence Sports Sports Profiles November 14, 2013

    Dan Ellis does not contribute to the highlight reel for the lacrosse team, but he is an irreplaceable leader on and off the field.

  40. You Play How You Eat: Athletes, Dietary Restrictions Sports November 14, 2013

    For some varsity athletes at Whitman, dietary restrictions make nutrition especially important.

  41. Students Just Want Snacks! Humor November 14, 2013

    Students just won't shut up about all the snacks they're having... or lack thereof.

  42. Alaska Air’s Flight Cutoff Time Shortened Community News November 14, 2013

    Horizon/Alaska Air of the Walla Walla airport changed its cutoff time for checking into a flight from 30 minutes to 40 minutes, specifically targeting passengers without checked baggage. It prompted Brian Dohe to send a notice to campus in hopes of avoiding frustration in the impending holiday season.

  43. Whitman Dance Clubs Ignite Dance Fever A&E November 14, 2013

    Whitman College is full of students with a wide variety of passions and interests. Just by looking at the number of extra-curricular activities and student-run clubs, one can see a reflection of students' hobbies. Yet, maybe more than anything, Whitties love to dance. Covering a variety of styles and disciplines, dance ...

  44. Anonymity Trumps Need for Censorship Columnists Opinion Opinion Highlight November 14, 2013

    Have you ever had a question that you didn't feel comfortable asking anybody? Well, I know that myself and many other Whitman students have. Luckily at Whitman, there is such a place that you can do this, and it is on a website called Whitman Encounters. However, this outlet to ...

  45. More Support Needed for Troubled NFL Players Sports November 14, 2013

    Players in the NFL have often had substance-abuse problems, and this season is no different with both Aldon Smith and Justin Blackmon having to step away from their teams to receive help. The NFL needs to do more to help these players.

  46. International Community Should Support Wind Power Opinion November 14, 2013

    The merits of today’s energy sources are all relative. As there is no completely pollutant-free way to harness energy, we are forced to pick the lesser of many evils. And with a few practical technological advancements, wind power could put us on the track to a future in renewable energy.

  47. Whitman’s Model United Nations Club Wins Big News November 14, 2013

    Despite it's small size, Whitman's Model United Nations club has won national recognition recently. Three members attended the National Model United Nations conference and won two substantial awards: Delegate’s Choice Award and Outstanding Delegation.

  48. Snackspose Humor November 14, 2013

    Should I eat a snack? In short, the answer is yes.

  49. Simple Video Games Offer New Arena for Competition Opinion November 14, 2013

    The Chinese game of Go epitomizes this axiom. In it, players alternately place stones on a grid, attempting to demarcate territory and to capture their opponents stones by surrounding them. It's a simple formula, but the number of permutations it gives rise to are beyond the computation of even our ...

  50. Snackstistics: Numbers in Snacks Humor November 14, 2013

    Numbers in snacks

  51. David Nord Award Winners Announced News November 14, 2013

    The 18th-annual David Nord award was presented to seniors Ben Roberson and Sean Mulloy in late October. The award is presented to students who propose a project in relation to GLBTQ issues and cumulatively provides them with $2,500 to conduct their research.

  52. Snacking During Week vs. Weekend Humor November 14, 2013

    Snacks.

  53. Meet Whitman Watson Fellowship Nominees Feature Feature Highlight Front Page Slideshow November 14, 2013

    Learn more about the four Whitman students continuing on in the Watson Fellowship application process.

  54. Balancing Act: How Will ASWC Manage More Clubs and a Bigger Budget? Front Page Slideshow News News Highlight November 14, 2013

    ASWC is working to alleviate pressure from an increase in club funding requests, as well as balance the student fee and lifecycle fund. While ASWC funding has remained relatively stable for the last five years, the recent budget crunch raises the question of whether this austerity is the beginning of ...

  55. ASWC Resolution Encourages Greater Counseling Resources ASWC Front Page Slideshow News November 14, 2013

    Although the Counseling Center on campus is available to all Whitman College students, recent efforts from ASWC have moved to ensure that the center is not only open to all students but is also able to serve all students' needs. ASWC Senate passed a resolution on Nov. 3 supporting the ...

  56. International Pursuits Feature Weekly Topic November 14, 2013

    This week, Pioneer feature writers talked with Whitman students and alumni with international goals. First, we chatted with this year's Watson Fellowship nominees to find out more about their project ideas. Then we got in touch with several alumni who have found work opportunities in other countries.

  57. The Future of Food: Aaron Bobrow-Strain Lectures at Public Library News News Briefs November 14, 2013

    Associate Professor of Politics Aaron Bobrow-Strain lectured at the Walla Walla Public Library on Nov. 7 as part of the "Big Idea" lecture series. The lecture was titled "The Future of Food" and focused on Walla Walla's unique agricultural position in the global food system. Some of the topics he ...

  58. ASWC and WEB Wednesdays ASWC Unpacked November 13, 2013

    A brief Q and A with sophomore senator Allison Kelly about one of her initiatives for this year, ASWC and WEB Wednesdays. 1) What exactly is an ASWC/WEB Wednesday? Allison: ASWC and WEB Wednesdays allow students to connect and respond to ASWC and WEB. Students and other members of the Whitman community wishing ...

  59. Production Night Live Blog for Nov. 13 Editors' Blog Production Night Blog November 13, 2013

    What follows is a faithful account of the production of Issue 9 (taking place the evening of Nov. 13/early morning of Nov. 14.) as witnessed by me, The Pioneer’s Managing Editor.

  60. Voices of the Community : Issue 10 Opinion Voices of the Community November 12, 2013

    How do you feel about the tennis court renovation? Videographer Skye Vander Laan polls the community on how they feel about the new tennis courts at Whitman.

  61. What’s in a Name? A&E Blogs Between the Speakers Blogs November 11, 2013

    A couple weeks ago, Whitman hosted a concert for the bands Kitten and Shy Girls. Shy Girls turned out to be a bunch of men, while Kitten played alternative rock that certainly did not make anyone think of a cuddly feline. However, both names somewhat fit the bands; Shy Girls ...

  62. Whitman Celebrates Diwali Media Media Highlight Photos November 7, 2013

    This past Sunday, Nov. 3, the South Asian Student Association put on the Diwali Celebration; an afternoon filled with great food, traditional dress, live Indian musical performances, and a great time had by all.

  63. Rally Against Racism, Cyberbullying Draws Attention from Board of Trustees Breaking News News November 7, 2013

    Protesters gathered at Memorial Hall Thursday afternoon to take part in the Rally Against Racism and Cyberbullying put on by members of Feminists Advocating for Change and Empowerment (FACE) and the Black Students Union (BSU).

  64. Converging Histories Festival to Bring Past into Focus Feature Feature Highlight November 7, 2013

    Find out more about the Kirkman House Museum and their upcoming Festival of Converging Histories, an event that celebrates the Victorian past of Walla Walla.

  65. Nothing Blue about Blues Therapy Show A&E A&E Highlight Events November 7, 2013

    Every Sunday night from 7 - 9 p.m. the dynamic duo of Ray “Bigdaddy” Hansen and Armand “The Doctor” Parada make KWCW the blusiest of radio stations. The Pioneer hangs out with them during one of their shows.

  66. Swim Team Season Preview Sports Sports Highlight Varsity Sports November 7, 2013

    The swim team is looking to continue their record-breaking pace this season with an infusion of young talent to complement the accomplished returners.

  67. Tutoring Program Links Whitman, Walla Walla Students News News Highlight November 7, 2013

    The America Reads America Counts program employs 30 Whitman students to work toward enhancing reading and math skills in classrooms throughout Walla Walla. While the nature of work varies, ARAC interns work primarily with students in small groups or one-on-one settings.

  68. Project Connects Students with Local Francophone History Feature November 7, 2013

    Four French majors worked with the Whitman archivist to catalog letters from local Frenchtown settlers.

  69. Stand Up for Justice, Sit Down When Tired! Humor November 7, 2013

    While the rest of the Backpage writers are on strike, I’ve decided to conduct a one-woman sit-in to present the administration with the visible face of our struggle. I will not leave the Pio office — even to go to class — until this travesty of unequal pay is remedied.

  70. Mease Not Mooses: No-Shave November Campus Cartoon Opinion November 7, 2013

    Cartoon by Asa Mease

  71. Punk Rock’s Message in Myanmar Opinion Opinion Highlight November 7, 2013

    In George Orwell's essay/short story "Shooting an Elephant," where he was stationed in Burma (now Myanmar), he remarked of the Buddhist priests: "I thought that the greatest joy in the world would be to drive a bayonet into a Buddhist priest's guts." It seems that certain punk rockers in Myanmar ...

  72. Women’s Basketball Season Preview Sports November 7, 2013

    After getting to the Elite Eight last season, the Whitman women's basketball team are hungry for more success this season.

  73. Backpage Manifesto Humor November 7, 2013

    We The Backpage, a conglomeration of Whitman students committed to providing comedy and coincidence to the student newspaper experience, are entitled to and deserving of social and financial equality within the Whitman College Pioneer writer's staff. Students, community members and alumni value The Backpage. Yet, within the newsroom, it is ...

  74. Student Agriculture at Whitman Partners With Bon Appetit News November 7, 2013

    Student Agriculture at Whitman (SAW) and Bon Appétit are redefining the meaning of local produce. Founded in 2009 by alumni Nat Clarke '11, Natalie Jamerson '13 and Zoe Pehrson '13, SAW — then called the Model Farm Project — started as a small project to prove that produce could be ...

  75. Happy Ending for ‘Ender’s Game’ A&E Movie Reviews November 7, 2013

    A lot of controversy has surrounded the movie adaptation of Orson Scott Card's novel, "Ender's Game." Not because of the usual film-to-movie debate, but because of Card's controversial views on gay marriage. Still worth a viewing though?

  76. The Binding of Issac Offers Throwback Opinion November 7, 2013

    The roguelike genre of video games takes its name from Rogue, a text-based dungeon crawl game made by Michael Toy and Glenn Wichman in 1980 that boomed in popularity on college campuses soon after its release.

  77. We Demand Compensation! Humor November 7, 2013

    We, the writers of The Backpage, demand proper compensation for our hilarity. For years our comedic genius has been taken for granted, but no more! We demand recompense. To supplement our monetary compensation, here is a list of ways you can repay us:

  78. School Segregation Lives on in Class Difference Opinion November 7, 2013

    On a recent trip to New Orleans with a few other Whitties, a concierge at a hotel made a joke that made me think. Exhausted from almost a full day of traveling, we had come to the hotel for the Associated College Press conference hosted there. Amused by our dazed ...

  79. Men’s Basketball Season Preview Sports November 7, 2013

    Coming off a strong season, the Whitman men's basketball team has even higher hopes coming into the 2013-2014 season.

  80. What $11 Will Buy You on Campus Humor November 7, 2013

    We surveyed the campus and found out what we were really missing on campus. Eleven is more than ten. Prentiss Dining Hall: $11 - Thanksgiving dinner $10 - Canadian Thanksgiving dinner Jewett Dining Hall: $11 - Ribeye steak $10 - Ice-cream cone Whitman Bookstore: $11 - Signed copy of Whitman alumni’s most recent book $10 - Chocolate bar Café 41: $11 - ...

  81. Women in Science Panel Captivates Crowd ASWC Events News November 7, 2013

    A panel of five female science professors gathered for the Women in Science panel on Tuesday, Nov. 5 in order to shed light on the adversities that women face in the field of science.

  82. Letter from the Editor: Mid-Semester Check-in Letter from the Editor Letter from the Editors Opinion November 7, 2013

    This is our ninth issue of the year, and while we've passed our halfway mark of the semester and of publication, now is a better time than any to reflect on the work we've done so far this semester. This period has been a time of tremendous growth and learning. ...

  83. Writers Wanted Humor November 7, 2013

    The Pioneer is now hiring writers for the backpage. Must be funny (negotiable), and must be willing to work for $10 per article (non-negotiable). Must be able to start immediately. Expect no raises. Ever. Email your application to: editors@whitmanpioneer.com

  84. Mystics Discuss Spirituality at Local Church A&E Front Page Slideshow November 7, 2013

    Mysticism has long been at odds with the Church. But at First Congregational Church, mysticism and spirituality has found a safe home for Dr. Joy Kachel to discuss mystical aspects of different world religions.

  85. Junior Receives World of Children Award Front Page Slideshow News November 7, 2013

    Junior Sarah Cronk will receive the World of Children Award, often referred to as the "Nobel Prize for Child Advocates," on Nov. 7. Cronk will receive a $35,000 grant to expand the work she has been doing with her nonprofit, The Sparkle Effect.

  86. Whitman Debate Team Suspended Due to Discrimination Front Page Slideshow News November 7, 2013

    The debate team is on hold from travel and competition due to Title IX concerns. This development is only the latest in a series of recent dramatic changes for the team. Unable to compete, team members are struggling with the vague terms of the suspension.

  87. Take a Trip Back in Time Feature Weekly Topic November 7, 2013

    This week, The Pioneer took a look at Walla Walla history. First we chatted with the president of the Kirkman House Museum board of directors about the museum's upcoming Festival of Converging Histories, a celebration of Victorian history and steampunk aesthetics. Then we talked with a research team about their ...

  88. Voices of the Community: Issue 9 Opinion Voices of the Community November 6, 2013

    What do you miss most about being away from home? Videographer Jade Blake-Whitney polls the community on what they miss about home.

  89. Production Night Live Blog for Nov. 6 Editors' Blog Production Night Blog November 6, 2013

    What follows is a faithful account of the production of Issue 9 (taking place the evening of Nov. 6/early morning of Nov. 7.) as witnessed by me, The Pioneer’s Editor in Chief.

  90. Senate Round Up Number 3 ASWC Unpacked November 5, 2013

    On November 3, 2013, the three hours of the third ASWC Senate meeting were packed with the passage of two amendments and the approval of a finance request as well as much impassioned discussion. ASWC officially purchased a new theme for its website and looks to implement it soon.  The first ...

  91. Women’s Soccer Completes Weekend with 2 Wins Weekend Recaps November 4, 2013

    The Whitman women's soccer team (10-9, 6-9 NWC) hosted its last series of home games this weekend, Nov. 2 and 3, against the Lewis & Clark College Pioneers (9-7-1, 6-6-1 NWC) and the Willamette University Bearcats (4-11-3, 2-9-3 NWC). Saturday's game against the Pioneers proved to be a thriller as the ...

  92. Weekend Recap: Whitman Men’s Soccer Sweeps Senior Weekend Men's Soccer Sports Varsity Sports Weekend Recaps November 4, 2013

    The Whitman men's soccer team had a strong senior weekend, beating Linfield College and Willamette University.