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A Streetcar Named “Death of the G.O.P.”

A Streetcar Named “Death of the G.O.P.”

Chris Hankin
July 20, 2016
Filed under Front Page Slideshow, NEWS

Cleveland, Ohio -- The Republican Convention is now three quarters complete. Wednesday brought another day of inconsequential protests and a heavy police presence outside the convention, while inside a Republican Party starved of unity continued to prove that modern conservatism has many differen... Read more »

Poetry Performance Techniques

Julio Escarce, Radio Host
May 17, 2016
Filed under Circuit

Most poetry performance is a stagnant affair; the poet or poets read aloud their verses, and the audience simply listens, sometimes snapping or moaning in agreement. These three New Techniques for Poetry Performance are intended to add a physical level of audience interaction to poetry performance. There ar... Read more »

Climate Change in the Walla Walla Valley

Marra Clay and Ellen Ivens-Duran
May 17, 2016
Filed under Circuit

Many Waters Walla Walla is a Sahaptin phrase often translated as “many waters.” The Walla Walla tribe, and now the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, share history with the local Cayuse tribe. In many ways, the name of Walla Walla most closely connects the town to its indig... Read more »

ISIS, Soccer, and the French: Paris and Brussels through the Lens of Euro 2016

Luke Hampton, Illustration Editor
May 17, 2016
Filed under Circuit

Last November, terrorist strikes killed 130 people across Paris, the most deadly attacks in France since World War II. Only four months later, the world once again looked on in shock as Brussels became victim to explosions at the international airport and a metro station.   Like many terrori... Read more »

Senior Reflection: Glimpses of Greatness

Abby Seethoff, Contributing Writer
May 17, 2016
Filed under Circuit

Hello. My name is Abby. Three things that might explain my existence are: one, my new favorite flavor of ice cream is miso-cherry, which may sound overwrought but is really a new twist on the classic sweet and salty pairing; two, the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to me occurred two summers... Read more »

Students Demand Sexual Misconduct Prevention at Trustee Meeting

Students Demand Sexual Misconduct Prevention at Trustee Meeting

Sarah Cornett, Editor-in-Chief
April 29, 2016
Filed under Breaking News, Front Page Slideshow, NEWS, Photos

Editors note: this article was updated on May 5 to reflect developments since last Friday's interruption. Please see the concluding section to read about these developments. “Your silence is violence. End rape now,” activists chanted as they walked up the stairs of Memorial, wearing black... Read more »

Students Take Caution to Avoid Zika Virus

Students Take Caution to Avoid Zika Virus

Marra Clay, Publisher
April 14, 2016
Filed under NEWS

The Zika virus requires caution for students traveling abroad.

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Former Astronaut, Alumna Returns to Whitman College

Former Astronaut, Alumna Returns to Whitman College

Marra Clay, Publisher
April 7, 2016
Filed under Events, Front Page Slideshow, NEWS

Dorothy "Dottie" Metcalf-Lindenberger '97, a first-generation educator astronaut, returned to Whitman to speak about Science, Technology, Engineer and Math (STEM) education

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Nukes All Around!

Nukes All Around!

April 1, 2016
Filed under Humor, Jack Issue

Dorothy "Dottie" Metcalf-Lindenberger '97, a first-generation educator astronaut, returned to Whitman to speak about Science, Technology, Engineer and Math (STEM) education

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JK Prowling announces “History of Magic in the Middle East”

April 1, 2016
Filed under Humor, Jack Issue

Dorothy "Dottie" Metcalf-Lindenberger '97, a first-generation educator astronaut, returned to Whitman to speak about Science, Technology, Engineer and Math (STEM) education

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Interview with the EIC and Publisher

Interview with the EIC and Publisher

April 1, 2016
Filed under Humor, Jack Issue

Every year at this time, the leaders of Revisionist go on the record about the joys of working for a campus newspaper. This year, we found Editor-in-Chief Sharra Hornet and publisher Maya Kay enjoying their favorite pass time, repeatedly explaining the definition of the words “newspaper” and “jour... Read more »

Missed Connections

News Section
April 1, 2016
Filed under Humor, Jack Issue

Puking my heart out Where: TEK basement When: Friday, 1:30am You were on the far side of the basement. Our eyes met. I could tell this was something special, and I stumbled my way through the dancers. But as soon as I crossed the room and opened my mouth to speak, I vomited on your shirt. If yo... Read more »

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