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“Who Do You Run For?” races against cancer

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Often in sports, athletes will dedicate games or competitions to someone or something as a way of honoring the memory and doing what they do best with something greater in mind. That was the idea behind the “Who Do You Run For” campaign, an event put on by the Whitman Cross-Country team, in an effort to raise money and awareness for cancer research. Though a simple concept, the event has garnered significant support from both the Whitman community as well as the greater Walla Walla community. For 24 hours straight, members of the team work various shifts, some in the early morning hours, and run in solidarity for those who have lost, or are fighting battles with cancer. Colleen Bell, now the Resident Director of Lyman, ran Cross-Country in her years at Whitman. Having a personal connection with someone affected by cancer, Bell and some of her teammates decided to put together ... (more)



Thunder Look to Bounce Back

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The early NBA season has been marked by several stories. From Lebron and the Cavalier’s ... more...


Thanksgiving Football last Stronghold of Tradition

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Every Thanksgiving is marked around America by food, family and football. Every year the Detroit ... more...


Huskies season captured in 27-26 loss to #14 Arizona

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The University of Washington football team (6-5) fell 27-26 to #14 Arizona (8-2) this past ... more...


NBA quietly kicks off

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The NBA is proven drawing card to a variety of fans, but the biggest news ... more...


Husky Basketball facing pivotal season

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The Pac-12’s rise to national prominence in the past few years has not come without a ... more...

The swim team practices in the pool located within Baker Ferguson Fitness Center. Photo by Nikki Antenucci.

Swimmers enter break near top of conference

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The arrival of winter break means that Whitman swimmers have a monthlong rest in their ... more...


Clay Callahan '15- photo by Hannah Bashevkin.

High hopes for men’s basketball as conference play approaches

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While most Whitman students will be away from campus for close to a month over ... more...


Brad Kline (2018) practices ping pong in the basement of Anderson. Photo by Tywen Kelly.

IM Table tennis to replace putt putt

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Soon after winter break, intramural athletes will be forced to switch from putters to paddles, ... more...