Marra is a photographer for the Whitman Pioneer, as well as a blogger. Her blog, "Under Close Examination," uses photography to see things on the Whitman campus from an unusual perspective, as well as capture things that may not be seen by a Whittie unless they look a little bit closer.
What has been the highlight of this school year? [portfolio_slideshow]
This seems to be what the ducklings on campus are referred to as. New students. Newbies, incoming first years.
Everyone is enjoying this weather- but the beautiful sunshine is distracting while studying for midterms. However, the new growth on campus is providing both a colorful view and a delicious smell to experience when I pop out of the doors to Anderson each morning.
Whitman's active- this isn't a secret. With my fresh first year perspective, I still meander around campus, jaw dropped in awe of both the physical and intellectual talents of my peers.
Shortly into my first few weeks here at Whitman, I learned a vital lesson: Watch out when near the ivy. You never know what will be there.
Whitman has gone through a whirlwind of weather changes. In the last few weeks, I have seen snow deep enough to bury everyone's Birkenstocks, enough sunshine to melt it all away, drizzling rain, and even a rolling, fleet of fog.
Last Saturday, Feb. 8, Beyond Borders Club (BBC) hosted the InterNation Celebration at the Young Ballroom in Reid Campus Center. It was a night of dance, music, traditional attire and cultural stories from around the world! [portfolio_slideshow]
What initiatives do you think the U.S. should take regarding climate change? [portfolio_slideshow] Photographer Marra Clay polls the community on what they think the U.S. should do in regards to climate change.
On January 20, 2014, a peace march and candlelight vigil in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. The vigil and short musical performances occurred at 1st Avenue and Main Street. The march finished with a reception at Reid Campus Center.
Although the food from Bon Appétit has a certain flair, some first-years are already searching for ways to put a twist on the goods in the dining halls. Using a variety of vegetables from the salad bar, cereals of every shape and color, and making Sundae Sunday every day of ...