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  • Meet the Moes
    Whitman Magazine

    Writer and podcast host John Moe ’90 and his daughter, Kate, a first-year student, bond over all things Whitman College.

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  • In the Paint
    Whitman Magazine

    Artist Aaron Hazel ’07 explores the human experience through his work.

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  • A Year Like No Other
    Whitman Magazine

    A year after COVID-19 forced Whitman College to take decisive actions to keep students, faculty and staff safe, we take time to pause and reflect on this historic time.

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  • Get to Know the Class of 2024
    Whitman Magazine

    Like no class before them, they began at Whitman College virtually. The Class of 2024’s true uniqueness lies, though, in the depth and breadth each of their personal narratives adds to the Whitman community. Read some of their stories.

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  • Character Studies
    Whitman Magazine

    Middle school Spanish teacher Tiasha Garcia ’96 finds bringing cosplay into the classroom helps get students excited about learning.

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  • A Shot of Hope
    Whitman Magazine

    With the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, there is light at the end of the tunnel—and several Whitties are helping to lead the way.

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  • Hunter Conservatory Atrium
    Whitman Magazine

    For the Whitman College community, Hunter Conservatory’s remarkable atrium is an attractive, quiet location for study, reflection or conversation.

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  • Creating on the Edge
    Whitman Magazine

    Professor of New Media Justin Lincoln uses technology to explore the boundaries of art.

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  • The Road Ahead
    Whitman Magazine

    A message from President Kathleen Murray.

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  • Across Distance, Across Cultures
    Whitman Magazine

    Alumni help welcome first-year students to Whitman

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  • Ankeny Field Through the Years
    Whitman Magazine

    For more than a century, Ankeny Field has been at the center of campus life at Whitman. Take a peek at field photos from yesteryear.

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  • A Promise for In-State Students
    Whitman Magazine

    Whitman College's new Tuition Commitment guarantees qualified financial support to students who live in Washington state.

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  • Bridging the Distance
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    The pandemic and the shift to remote learning didn’t halt Whitman students’ commitment to engaging with the local community.

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  • What’s Ours is Yours
    Whitman Magazine

    Whitman lends deep freezer to local vaccination efforts.

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  • Googling Success
    Whitman Magazine

    Al-Rahim Merali ’13 uses all he learned at Whitman in a job he didn’t know existed at the time.

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  • A Catalyst for Connection
    Whitman Magazine

    Biology professor Ginger Withers envisions the STEM Hub as a place of study, support and opportunity.

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  • Finding Home
    Whitman Magazine

    World Series winner Blake Treinen mentors Blues athletes and throws himself into life in Walla Walla.

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  • Touched Beyond Words
    Whitman Magazine

    Professor Álvaro Santana-Acuña explores the creation and power of the literary classic “Love in the Time of Cholera.”

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  • At the Art of the Matter
    Whitman Magazine

    From Gallery Walls to Hallways to Classrooms, Whitman’s Art Collection Expands Its Diversity in Beautiful and Meaningful Ways

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  • Aliens, Bigfoot and the Podcaster
    Whitman Magazine

    Whitman alum Laura Krantz explores the weird side of history and science in her hit podcast “Wild Thing.”

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