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  • Why some people talk about 1984 without having read it
    Whitman Magazine

    Whatever is behind the increase in sales, the fact is, most new buyers won’t ever read the dystopian novel. But that won’t stop them from talking about it.

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  • Object Lessons
    Whitman Magazine

    The wide variety of objects in the collections at the Maxey Museum and Whitman College and Northwest Archives serve as motivational prompts for students, thanks to professors who incorporate them into their curricula.

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  • Leaps & Bounds
    Whitman Magazine

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

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  • Focus on Faculty: The Landscape of Risk
    Whitman Magazine

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

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  • Go Blues
    Whitman Magazine

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

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  • Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind
    Whitman Magazine

    As President and CEO of the American Foundation for the Blind, Kirk Adams ’83 guides efforts to improve the lives of millions of blind and visually impaired people nationwide.

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  • Q&A: From Moses to Macklemore
    Whitman Magazine

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

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  • Strategic Planning process moves forward
    Whitman Magazine

    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.

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  • The Power of Plants
    Whitman Magazine

    Alumna Lisa Curtis's business, Kuli Kuli, supports sustainable farming in places like West Africa by supplying energy bars, supplement powders and juice shots derived from the Moringa plant to more than 2,000 stores across the United States.

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