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KWCW show of the week

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Show: The Witching Hour Time: Mondays, 6–8 p.m. Hosts: Anu Lingappa and Erin Walters “The Witching Hour” is your local source for wizard rock and “Harry Potter” trivia. Each show is set around a theme, varying from characters, such as Luna Lovegood, to ideas, such as alchemy. The hosts celebrate their relative fame in the wizard rock world; recordings of certain shows have had as many as 1,000 listeners. The show has many fans, including unsuspected popularity among teenagers in Ohio. The show has been on air for 6 years, and hosts find successors through FACE (Feminists Advocating Change and Empowerment) club meetings. Tune in for Harry Potter music and discussion of both the tunes and the books. Editor's note: Anu Lingappa is a columnist for the Pioneer [caption id="attachment_92614" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Anu Lingappa '15 (left) and ... (more)



Flaming Lips new album needs help from new friends

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The album like the destructive interference of waveforms; whereas either band stands well enough on its own two feet, ... more...


“Gotham” disappointing for Batman lovers and casual fans alike

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The show attempts to keep things interesting by constantly dropping members of Batman’s Rogues’ Gallery into improbable places.


Sculpture Surveys: Of Balance and Animals

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In 1997 Styx and Three Stories arrived on campus as part of an exhibition at Sheehan Gallery.


Movie Drinking Games

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Last Thursday, I was curling up on my couch with a nice glass of wine getting ready to start my ... more...


Futuristic artist to take over Stevens Gallery

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On Oct. 5, artist John Powers will be coming to Whitman College. Powers will be on campus for one week ... more...

An artist makes some last minute touches to her block. Photo by Marra Clay.

Second-annual Day of the Dead festival draws crowd for art

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Attendees of second annual Dia de los Muertos celebration could see students' finished woodblocks inked up and pressed into prints ... more...


Senior theater majors prepare for their performance in Top Girls. Front row, from left: Kathryn Bogley '15, Annie Szeliski '15. Back row, from left: Sarah Ann Wollett '15, Caroline Rensel '15. Photo by Halley McCormick.

Seniors showcase skills in “Top Girls”

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Senior theater majors have been preparing senior projects for "Top Girls". Sarah Ann Wollet, Caroline Rensel and Kathryn ... more...


Maia Watkins '17 displays her photographs in Fouts Center for the Visual Arts. Photo by Emily Volpert.

Diversity dialogue continues in art

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Watkins decided to use her major and passion, art, to open a dialogue on diversity issues on campus.