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Soccer twins help churn out wins for team


On most varsity teams at Whitman, it is traditionally the upperclassmen that are looked to for the big plays or for the consistent performances. For first-years Alissa and Linnea Soo on the women’s soccer team, however, age is just a number, and both are already contributing regularly to this year’s success. There is certainly a sense of blindness when it comes to what year a player is on the Whitman women’s soccer team. Instead, skill, rather than seniority, is emphasized when considering playing time. “The Soo twins,” as they’ve become known as, are two of many first-years that are consistently being recognized as younger ... (more)

Harvin to Jets in Shocking Move


The Seattle Seahawks shocked the NFL world late last week when they traded one of ... more...

College protocol helps concussed early, often


A severe head injury, especially the kind with the potential to recur, is a student’s ... more...

Triathlon triple threat raises funds for swimmers


The Whitman College Swim Team hosted its annual triathlon fundraiser last week. The ... more...

High hopes for women’s golf


The Whitman College Women’s Golf team, led by senior captain Kelly Sweeney, had high hopes ... more...

Sweet Putt Closes its Doors


The Sweet Putt, a popular Walla Walla miniature golf venue, closed its doors on Aug. ... more...

Ari Lozano '16 sees her teammate for a pass. Photo by Hannah Bashevkin.

National Team Invites Sweets


Six women from the Whitman Sweets Ultimate Frisbee team have received invitations to try out ... more...

Photo by Hannah Bashevkin

Homestand vital for struggling volleyball team


While most of the Whitman community was away for the four-day weekend, the ... more...

Photo contributed by Erin Bell.

Lawless twins take Regionals by storm


The Whitman women’s tennis team opened its fall season with a brilliant showing at the ... more...