Photographer Greg Lehman spent 24 consecutive hours in Penrose Library during “dead week” (the week before finals), fall semester 2010.
Education colleagues end time at Whitman; department closes.
Education professor’s future tied to the past: She plans to continue work with tribal school.
Longtime education professor, associate dean ready to live the next chapter.
Thompson learned countless life lessons from his students, who feel he brought out the best in them.
Student: Glenn is our biggest fan and supports us in our musical growth.
Withycombe closes 30-year Whitman career.
…and the highest in Washington state.
Whitman is among 52 colleges and universities in the nation included in the “Greening the Bottom Line: The Trend toward Green Revolving Funds on Campus” report released in February 2011.
Distinguished speakers represent the broad spectrum of national figures who lectured on campus and interacted with students in the classroom this winter.
The Office of Communications employs talented student photographers who help us document the life of the college by shooting photos of the plethora of lectures, activities and events on campus.
History professor examines American foreign policy in Scowcroft biography.
From the economic impact of immigration legislation in Arizona to the pros and cons of implementing a value-added federal tax, several Whitman students had the opportunity to spend the summer and fall of 2010 deeply examining specific economic policy issues as they participated in the GO Policy Paper Project (GOPPP).
Blue Mountain Audubon Society honors professor, keeps his memory alive with annual scholarship.
The Whitman men beat Whitworth, the No.1-ranked team in NCAA Division III, in “white out” conditions at home on George Ball Court Feb. 15 as fans donned white shirts in support of their team.
A timely comment.