Off the Record

Marra Clay
November 6, 2014
Filed under Media, Videos

Off the Record, a Whitman band featuring Jonas Myers (2013) and Maya Abramson (2015), has been becoming popular on campus this year. Videographer Emma Casley works with writer Daniel Kim to interview the duo to learn more about their music styles and the group's aspirations.   *This a... Read more »

Voices of the Community // Issue 9

Voices of the Community // Issue 9

Marra Clay
November 6, 2014
Filed under Opinion

What changes would you like to see in the Whitman Health Center? Photographer Denali Elliot takes a poll. [portfolio_slideshow]

Voices of the Community // Issue 8

Voices of the Community // Issue 8

Marra Clay
October 30, 2014
Filed under Voices of the Community

If you could create any IM sport at Whitman, what would it be and why? Videographer and photographer Tywen Kelly takes a poll.

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Four Day Flora Overflow

Four Day Flora Overflow

Marra Clay
October 15, 2014
Filed under Under Close Examination

I've seen this plant every day this year while walking to the Science Building, but it wasn't until the fall break that I had a chance to really stop, look and take it in. The plant is incredible- little yellow flowers dot its leaves and from the top it looks like incredible lattice work. I put the photographs... Read more »

Roses Aren’t Red

Roses Aren’t Red

Marra Clay
September 19, 2014
Filed under A&E Blogs, Blogs, Under Close Examination

Fall 2014- back to Whitman. Back to The Pioneer, back to classes, back to late nights in the library and finally back to taking photos of our incredible campus. Here are a few shots from the lovely roses in bloom on the west side of Maxey. The roses aren't red- most people look at flowers and acknowle... Read more »

Voices of the Community / / Issue 1

Voices of the Community / / Issue 1

Marra Clay
September 11, 2014
Filed under Humor, Opinion, Voices of the Community

"What is your least favorite thing about Whitman?" [portfolio_slideshow]

Morning Teleportation Performs on Reid Side Lawn

Morning Teleportation Performs on  Reid Side Lawn

Marra Clay
September 6, 2014
Filed under Media, Media Highlight

Morning Teleportation, a psychedelic rock group from Bowling Green, Kentucky, performed on the Reid side lawn on Sept. 5, 2014. The group has been working with Glacial Pace Recordings, who also produce music with Modest Mouse, Love as Laughter and Mimicking Birds. Morning Teleportation's group features... Read more »

Voices from the Community // Issue 13

Voices from the Community // Issue 13

Marra Clay
May 8, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Voices of the Community

What has been the highlight of this school year? [portfolio_slideshow]

The New Students are Here!

Marra Clay
April 27, 2014
Filed under Under Close Examination

This seems to be what the ducklings on campus are referred to as. New students. Newbies, incoming first years. As the end of the year is approaching and I am suddenly realizing my immense workload until summer vacation, I am moving further and further away from my fresh first-year perspective. I d... Read more »

Smells like Spring!

Smells like Spring!

Marra Clay
April 6, 2014
Filed under Under Close Examination

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.    ... Read more »

The Student Body

The Student Body

Marra Clay
April 1, 2014
Filed under Circuit, Front Page Slideshow, Media Highlight, Photo Essay, Photos

Whitman is 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. From the soccer player who is a potter in her free time to the BBMB major who has a passion for singing, the students... Read more »

Hypnotic Hydrology

Hypnotic Hydrology

Marra Clay
March 12, 2014
Filed under Under Close Examination

Sometimes, I think that the Whitman community takes our access to water for granted. We live in a desert. Walla Walla is not meant to have green grass and luscious rivers flowing through it, but our campus serves as an oasis full of greenery and sparkling brooks. I meandered by the Admissions building... Read more »