Campus News

Schlosser You are what you eat
 
Interview with Eric Schlosser, autor of "Fast Food Nation" and 2012 Whitman Commencement speaker.

authors Faculty Authors
 
“From Babel to Pentecost: The Poetry of Pierre Emmanuel” and a new verse translation of Lucan's "Civil War."

Duffy Have ukulele, will travel
 
By the time Zach Duffy ’12 returns to the U.S. next year, he may be able to add “ukulele expert” to his curriculum vitæ.

Witching Hour The Witching Hour
 
Listeners worldwide tune into The Witching Hour, a KWCW radio show conjured by Claire Johnson ’14, Sara Rasmussen ’12 and Mehera Nori ’12.

By the Numbers By the Numbers
 
Fellowships, grants and scholarships.

Verbatim Verbatim
 
A collection of quotes from or about the Whitman community.

lectures Lecture Scene
 
A small selection of the broad range of nationally acclaimed artists, authors and lecturers who visited campus and interacted with Whitman students this spring.

Awards Award Recipients
 
Recognizing excellence in the Whitman faculty.

scores Scoreboard
 
Whitman athletic honors and accomplishents.

Debaters Debaters Excel
 
For the third consecutive year, Whitman’s Parliamentary Debate Team is the best in the nation.

Yancey Paul Yancey assists famous director in daring dive
 
When "Titanic" director James Cameron decides to dive to the deepest spot in the ocean, who does his scientist call for guidance?

White Bread Work with students gave rise to professor’s book
 
Aaron Bobrow-Strain drew on classroom discussions.

Hosokawa Hosokowa Journalism Contest honors students
 
The Seattle Times Executive Editor David Boardman and President George Bridges presented awards to this year's winners.

Whitman College Whitman welcomes 12 tenure-track professors
 
New faculty hired in 10 departments

Pioneer The Pioneer tops among college papers at contest
 
Whitman’s weekly student-run newspaper, The Pioneer, has again been honored nationally.

intermezzo “Intermezzo” marks end of an era for Hutson-Fish
 
Idalee Hutson-Fish, adjunct instructor of dance, to retire after more than 30 years at Whitman.