A Whittie Look at the Past 4 Posts
Explore the dynamic history of Whitman and Walla Walla through a discussion of its artifacts. Each post presents one or more images of pistols, gavels, dictionaries, diaries, hats, pipes, pearls, fence posts, Nobel Prizes, accessories for divination, and anything in between from the Whitman College Archives. Each item is then discussed for its specific context and greater historical significance.
Between the Speakers 9 Posts
Club Spotlight 0 Posts
Allison Kelly gives us the scoop on on-campus clubs.
It's Owl Good 0 Posts
Everything and anything about those predatory birds we all love.
Le Lovely Kitchen 2 Posts
Lights, Camera, I Like Movies! 9 Posts
Vincent Warne discusses a wide variety of topics related to film and culture.
Tuggboat Art Life 13 Posts
Tuggboat's favorite music and film from whenever.
Under Close Examination 7 Posts
Photography used to see things on the Whitman campus from an unusual perspective, as well as capture objects and events that may not be seen by a Whittie unless they look just a little bit closer.
Czech It Out 3 Posts
Sarah Cornett is spending the fall 2014 semester in Prague.
Deixa Te Falar Uma Coisa 20 Posts
In "Deixa Te Falar Uma Coisa," I share stories from my year as a Fulbright English teaching assistant in Brazil. I'll focus on what I learn while planning class activities for college students, struggling to become proficient in Portuguese, and comparing my experiences here and to my travels elsewhere in Latin America.
Excitement, Expansion, and Enlightenment in East Asia 0 Posts
Adam Heymann writes about his experiences abroad in Taiwan. Spring 2015.
Exploring Ecuador 1 Posts
Linnaea Weld '16 explores Ecuador in the spring of 2015.
From Sweet Onions to Satay: Adventures in Indonesia 9 Posts
Maya Volk is spending the fall 2014 semester in Indonesia.
Jess Goes West 7 Posts
Jess Faunt '17 writes about her experiences on Whitman's Semester in the West program.
Little Sparrow with Dreams of Swans 17 Posts
Follow Rachel as she spends four months in Shanghai, China, the city of 24 million, and immerses herself in its rich culture, food, and history. Special attention will be paid to the changing roles of women and the family in modern Chinese households.
Living in History 6 Posts
An account of what I learn and experience during my time in Jerusalem on both an academic level and a personal level. I will address the significance of politics, religion and history in the area, under the frame of Jerusalem as an amazingly diverse and dynamic city.
Sprechen Sie Englisch? 9 Posts
A Whittie travels to Vienna, Austria and tries to find the best bratwurst, lederhosen, and beer while attempting to speak German.
ASWC Unpacked 28 Posts
Darwin's Finches 11 Posts
Sophomore Jessica Parker discusses zoology in the context of environmental and wildlife concerns.
One Woman Round Table 12 Posts
Contemporary issues and current events from a female student's perspective. Exploring both political and cultural landscapes.
The (Green) Onion: Today's Discussion of Sustainability on Whitman Campus 0 Posts
Danielle Hupper, who is involved with ASWC and sustainability, blogs about initiatives, answers sustainability-related questions and, more generally, discusses sustainability issues on campus.
What's In A Name? 9 Posts
Sophomore Ari Appel discusses the meaning and history of various linguistic trends.
Northwest Sports Optimist 11 Posts
The Pioneer has a lot of uses, but in one sense, we are a record and a reflection of Whitman College. The Editors’ Blog is a record of The Pioneer itself in its efforts to capture Whitman.
It is Saturday morning and I am enjoying one last sunny Oakland morning. Upstairs, two friends from Whitman are sleeping sound after the long drive from campus to wish me ...
Cara Delevingne, a model and actress has sparked controversy with her latest photo shoot. She is seen holding a captive lion cub while modeling for TAG Heuer, a watch company. ...
When I think about the start of my semester abroad, I’m immediately taken back to when I first stepped off the airplane at the Jakarta International Airport – ...
How can language be used to oppress? Indeed, a very big question with many different answers, all of which a single blog post can't cover. But to start, it could ...
Hello readers. As this semester begins, I would like to make some changes to this blog. Last semester, I started writing without much of a focus. I knew language would ...
Ah, yes, another "Best _____ of 2014" list. I'm a little late to the party, and unfortunately, while I haven't yet seen all of the worthwhile releases of last year ...