As a pre-med student, Yo Hakomori ’80 explored connections between disciplines and uncovered a passion for architecture.
Tennis, Walla Walla and wine are on the schedule for a three-day camp on the Whitman campus in July.
Dan Nguyen-Tan ’96 and Ken Conner ’81 find common ground in their Whitman connection and an entrepreneurial venture.
Medical mission sparks international effort to make cooking safer.
Law, Foreign Service, military, business: around the world and back again since his 1999 graduation.
Renaissance man's enthusiasm reminiscent of Rempel; teacher finds his calling later in life, then fosters family tradition.
Longtime telecommunications executive has made Whitman a priority.
Professor finds inspiration in alumni love of learning.
A special-release wine from award-winning family winery, L'Ecole No 41, in Lowden, Washington.
Caitlin Schoenfelder ’09 met Richard Elmore ’66 in Zacatecas, Mexico.
Michael Paulus, archivist and special collections librarian, and Lawrence Dodd, archivist emeritus, seek your recollections.
We asked alumni: What was your favorite setting to learn and study when you were a Whitman student? Here are some answers.
A poem by Elena Louise Richmond ’76.
Whitman alumni pen books on shorebird ecology and nuclear medicine instrumentation.
“It’s About Skiing and Not the Skis: Behavior Theory, Skiing, and Ski Teaching.”
Gordon Riess ’49, Jeannette Hayner, Henry Fairbank ’40.
Whitman students benefit from the generosity of those who made gifts to the college through their estates.