In explaining why he chose to withdraw from Whitman, Joey encourages all students to examine their own education and understand what aspects of it are nourishing or stressful.
A refrigerator can tell you a lot about someone: their income, their dietary restrictions, their hobbies or even their alcohol tolerance.
Too much emphasis on activism as the principal way to make a positive impact in this world overlooks the myriad other ways people can improve the lives of those around them.
In light of David Brooks' recent talk at Whitman, it's worth considering the treatment of alternative political viewpoints on campus
Community members often feel slighted by Whitman students and parents, but intentional engagement reveals a diverse array of personalities, interests, and dreams.
We are fortunate to have a fantastic array of esteemed lecturers and speakers come to campus to share their insights, but too often the inspiring talks and money spent to bring the speakers here become worthless in the face of student apathy.
I am gay. I am somewhat homophobic. I am white and was born in this nation’s capital. My memories begin in Nairobi, Kenya, where I was raised. I am here to write about the unsettling question of diversity and how it relates to Whitman College. I am here to discuss ...