Oversight Committee Investigates Negative Campaigning in Junior-Class Senate Election

Aleida Fernandez

April 17, 2015

Filed under ASWC, Breaking News, News, Politics

Earlier this week, the ASWC Oversight Committee investigated a complaint regarding negative campaigning within the junior-class Senate election for the 2015-2016 academic year. The complaint arose from another Senatorial candidate... Read more »

Whitman Debate Team suspended for minimum 2 years

Aleida Fernandez

April 9, 2015

Filed under Breaking News, Community, Front Page Slideshow, News, News Highlight

**The investigation into the suspension of the Whitman Debate Team is ongoing. The Pioneer will report more information as it becomes available. Following the recent... Read more »

Student protests require more action, less drama

Aleida Fernandez

April 9, 2015

Filed under Columnists, Opinion

It is time Whitman students stop small-scale, apathetic protesting. In the last four years, there have been multiple student-led protests against perceived administrative faults or injustices. Each begins with primarily justifiable... Read more »

Jack Issue Letter from the Editors

Aleida Fernandez

April 2, 2015

Filed under Humor, Jack Issue

Dear Student Body: We give up. After nine months of listening to protests, staying up way too late on Production Night, responding to angry emails from frat presidents, falling asleep at ASWC senates and solely subsisting... Read more »

Policy Debate Team Season Canceled Following Policy Violation

Aleida Fernandez

March 22, 2015

Filed under Breaking News, Community, News

On Monday, March 16, Provost and Dean of Faculty Pat Spencer notified students, staff and faculty via email that the Whitman College Policy Debate Team's 2014-2015 season would be canceled. The cancellation follows a policy violation... Read more »

‘Jane the Virgin’ steps in right direction

Aleida Fernandez

February 19, 2015

Filed under A&E, A&E Highlight, Reviews

In late elementary school and throughout middle school I participated in a local summer theater program. For five summers I was cast in various roles (the femme fatale, the sassy older sister, the help) that, at the time,... Read more »

Letter from the Editors

Aleida Fernandez

September 11, 2014

Filed under Letter from the Editors, Opinion

Fall is a great time for news. From fresh-eyed first-years to visiting professors, renovated facilities to new sports teams, there's essentially a flood of new information to take in at the start of the semester. And this year,... Read more »