Attendees learn many lessons about Power & Privilege
March 2, 2018 Whitman students, faculty and staff explored urgent topics ranging from race and gender to identity and rights at the fifth annual student-run Power & Privilege Symposium.
Whitman celebrates women who lead by example
February 23, 2018 Leadership comes with obligations, said the six panelists at the Women in Leadership Symposium that Whitman College held recently. These leaders feel compelled to use their power to help those who need it.
Students celebrate world cultures with campus festivities
March 2, 2017 Whitman students recently took part in the InterNation Celebration, hosted by the Beyond Borders Club, Whitman Events Board and Intercultural Center, and Chopsticks Night, held at the Japanese Interest House.
Alumni awarded Northwest Association of Independent Schools grant
December 7, 2016 Jay Heath ’07 and Matt Stenovec ’08 found that even mission-driven organizations can be insular and lack obvious pathways for growth and change for their students. Their response: to submit a grant proposal to the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) to research how best to develop leadership within these schools.
Sneak peek: Five new Whitman classes available in Spring 2017
November 16, 2016 As registration approaches, new courses have been introduced that span the four major academic divisions and offer something different for students.