Whitman alumni, parents, a faculty member and staff set sail on an Amazon voyage in March 2011.
Retirement from a 37-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service didn't last long for Ambassador Ryan Crocker '71, who is again stepping into the Middle East fray.
“I knew that I probably couldn’t go to medical school or law school because those doors were barely open to women at that time. I couldn’t apply to be a Rhodes Scholar because that was only open to men.” – Meda Chesney-Lind ’69
New memoirs, research and novels from Whitman alumni.
What do you get when you mix tofu with two cups of brown rice, an assortment of grilled veggies and a gifted writer?
Formed in 2005, the the Alumni Association Documenting the Past Committee works to ensure that the diverse achievements of the student body are recorded and remembered.
“Today’s team has so much in common with the debaters of 25 years ago – a love of intellectual argument and logical gamesmanship, strong support and camaraderie among one another, and a true devotion to research.” – Jan Berman ’86
Gordon "Scrib" '42 and Virginia "Ginny" Elliott Scribner '46 spent nearly 25 years of their married life in service to the college, and they continue to live in Walla Walla today...
One hundred percent of the profits from the sale of the 2008 L'Érudite wine from L'Ecole No 41 will support the WISE program.
From 1969 to 1985 nearly every issue of The Whitman Alumnus — there were 64 in all — opened with editor S. Eugene Thompson’s personal commentary on the current campus climate...
Meet Matt Dittrich '12, a politics major from Camas, Washington...