Rebecca Devereaux is an award-winning multiplatform journalist from the Midwest. She joined Whitman's Communication Content Team in January 2018 after working as a multimedia journalist for a daily newspaper in southwestern Pennsylvania. Rebecca earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in photography from Point Park University. Her favorite pastimes are playing guitar and violin, shooting large format film and hanging out with her adorable cat.

Email: devererl@whitman.edu

  • Video: Students Reflect on Orientation Programs
    Campus News

    September 30, 2019 First-year students at Whitman College have the opportunity to meet fellow incoming students

  • Life After Whitman: Kelly Katon '01 Finds Calling in Event Management
    Campus News

    September 26, 2019 Sociology and geology major Kelly Katon '01 is the manager of events at Pokemon Company International in Bellevue. Katon found her passion for event planning the first day she stepped foot on Holland America Line cruise ship as crew staff and there was a sail-away party happening on deck.

  • VIDEO: Meet the Class of 2023
    Campus News

    September 6, 2019 The incoming class of 2023 is the most diverse in Whitman College history. Check out some of what makes this class special in this video.

  • Whitman College Welcomes Most Diverse Incoming Class for 2019-2020 Year
    Campus News

    August 29, 2019 Whitman College welcomes its most diverse incoming class for 2019-2020 year.

  • Lazaro Carrion '07 Finds Calling at Intersection of Technology and Education
    Campus News

    August 5, 2019 Latin American studies and sociology major Lazaro Carrion '07 is a project director at Cyborg Mobile, a technology and management consultancy in the Seattle area.

  • VIDEO: Rebecca Gotz '14 Pursues Passion for Creativity at Zulily
    Campus News

    July 23, 2019 When alumna Becca Gotz '14 graduated from Whitman she wanted to do something creative. This creative drive landed her in Seattle, Washington as an editorial stylist for Zulily, a global online retailer.

  • VIDEO: Lizbeth Llanes Marcias '21 Explores Law Career through Summer Internship
    Campus News

    July 22, 2019 Spanish and sociology major Lizbeth Llanes Macias '21 is spending the summer interning at Hernandez Immigration Law firm in Walla Walla, Washington. Her internship is being funded by the Student Engagement Center's Whitman Internship Grant. As a first-generation student, Macias discovered the grant opportunity while attending Whitman's Summer Fly-In Program.

  • Research Opportunities Expose Students to New Career Paths
    Campus News

    May 31, 2019 As a researcher and instructor in the Department of Chemistry at Whitman College, Dalia Biswas has worked with more than a dozen undergraduate students on different aspects of her research molybdenum-catalyzed transformation of CO. She's seen how much the exposure to research helps students connect what they learn in the classroom to a real career.

  • Maddy Gold '19 Combines Love for Performance, Justice in Socially Engaged Theatre
    Campus News

    May 24, 2019 This summer, Gold is staying in Walla Walla making socially engaged theatre with collaborators Erina Horikawa '19 and Donovan Olsen '19. The trio was inspired by "Because You Are Here," a project that began in Fall 2018 in Associate Professor Jessica Cerullo's devised theatre class and co-taught by Tia Kramer, a social practice artist in Walla Walla. The work is being funded through a Davis Projects for Peace grant and through Whitman's Ben Rabinowitz Award.

  • Alumnus Returns to Explore Latinx Migrant Narrative
    Campus News

    May 12, 2019 Alumnus Returns to Explore Latinx Migrant Narrative

  • VIDEO: Senior Explores Community Health through Pop-Up Acupuncture Clinic
    Campus News

    May 9, 2019 Olivia Hagmann ’19 applied her experience as an intern at the People’s Organization for Community Acupuncture (POCA) in Seattle to organize a pop-up acupuncture clinic in downtown Walla Walla. A double major in anthropology and film and media studies at Whitman College, Hagmann was awarded a Mellon Community Engagement Grant to fund the Walla Walla Acupuncture Project, which served as her senior capstone integrative experience.

  • Alumna Chases Her Dreams into Art World
    Whitman Magazine

    Profile of Whitman alumna Brenna Two Bears, an art history and visual culture studies major

  • Kicking into High Gear
    Whitman Magazine

    Profile of Whitman College student Isaiah Banta, a computer science major who is involved in various aspects of student life on campus

  • Whittie Publishes First Poetry Collection
    Whitman Magazine

    Profile on Whitman College student Esther Ra '19, an English major who recently had her first book of poetry published

  • A Present from Their Future: New Admit Packages Greet Students
    Whitman Magazine

    The Class of 2022 got more than just a letter in the mail. Check out some Walla Walla High School students’ reactions to being surprised with news of their college acceptance plus a box of Whitman swag.

  • Summer Internships Promote Professional Development
    Whitman Magazine

    Summer internships are stepping stones to a successful career. As this year’s cohort of summer interns begin their learning process, here’s a taste of the exciting work experience students gained last year thanks to the Whitman Internship Grant.

  • “Go Out of Your Way to Be Kind”: Ashifi Gogo ’05 Cheers On Whitties at Commencement
    Whitman Magazine

    Rain couldn't dampen the spirits of Whitman graduates and their families at the college's 132nd Commencement ceremony on May 20. The Class of 2018 heard from Chairman of the Board of Trustees Brad McMurchie '84, Whitman President Kathleen Murray and class speaker Chris Meabe '18, all of whom urged their continued pursuit of knowledge and understanding.

  • From Nagasaki to Hanford: Survivor Shares His First-Hand Account
    Whitman Magazine

    Mitsugi Moriguchi was only a child when his home city of Nagasaki was hit by a 21-kiloton plutonium bomb on August 9, 1945. Now he is the first known hibakusha (atomic bomb survivor) to have visited the Hanford nuclear reactor.

  • Call it Karma: Professor Jonathan Walters Translates Ancient Buddhist Text
    Whitman Magazine

    In an effort spanning decades, George Hudson Ball Endowed Chair in the Humanities and Professor of Religion Jonathan Walters did the seemingly impossible. He produced the first-ever complete translation of the Apadāna into a Western language.