• President's letter: Connecting communities, creating solutions

    President Kathleen M. Murray's Winter 2017 letter to the Whitman community.

  • Hashimoto sculpture installed in Penrose Library

    A new permanent installation by artist Jacob Hashimoto has found a home in the atrium of Penrose Library.

  • Mr. Whitman pageant raises record-breaking sum

    The 15th annual Mr. Whitman pageant raised over $50,000 to support the creation of a new mental health professional position for the Health Center at Walla Walla's Lincoln High School.

  • A Culture of Food

    Brennan Johnson '16 turns his senior thesis into a 67-page illustrated cookbook.

  • Strategic Planning process moves forward

    Since the creation of the Strategic Planning Committee last year, a number of themes have emerged in talks with groups on- and off-campus: diversity, equity and inclusion; access; the academic program; the power of place; and life after Whitman.

  • Go Blues

    Whitman College’s athletics teams have started to adopt the new college mascot, the Blues, after a selection process that began in fall 2015.

  • Leaps & Bounds

    Whitman basketball team members Tim Howell '18 and Alysse Ketner '17 lead their teams to Northwest Conference titles.

  • From Moses to Macklemore

    Religion major Josh Karp '05, now known as Budo, has become a successful musician and producer for artists including Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

  • Focus on Faculty: The Landscape of Risk

    Alissa Cordner, assistant professor of sociology, thinks a lot about the problems of risk, such as flame retardants, environmental health and wildfire management.