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October 5, 2022Assistant Professor of Politics Andrea Sempértegui Explores Ecuador’s Historic Strike
The essay looks at how an Indigenous-led general strike wove together anti-neoliberal and anti-extractive demands, and articulated a broad grassroots coalition of Indigenous, rural and urban movements. It also offers a brief history of Ecuador’s Indigenous movement and its political leadership.
October 4, 2022Whitman Debate Team Celebrates Historic Victory at Rice University
The Whitman College Debate and Forensics team took the top three places in the Rice University Classic in Houston, Texas in September 2022. All three Whitman parliamentary pairs teams advanced to the quarterfinals and finished in the top three positions, making it a triple close-out, a first in Whitman debate history.
September 29, 2022Meant To Be Shared
Rosalinda Mendoza ’06 draws on her heritage and education in bringing mezcal to the U.S.
September 28, 2022Hip Hop Scholars Visit Whitman For Third Space Series
Thanks to support from the Johnston-Fix Foundation, Whitman has brought in scholars, artists, writers and thought leaders whose work helps advance inclusive excellence and where values of cultural humility, cultural wealth and cultural pluralism are embraced.
September 27, 2022Biting Off a Dire & Dangerous Crisis
Whitman College biology students partner with Canadian student peers on snakebite education.
September 25, 2022President Bolton Introduces Herself to Walla Walla
In this special guest column for the local newspaper, President Sarah Bolton reflects on her arrival at Whitman and the college’s many enduring connections to the Walla Walla community.
September 22, 2022Camila Thorndike ’10 Speaks on the Fight for Climate Justice
National climate policy advocate Camila Thorndike ’10 returned to Whitman College to speak to a room of student activists urging them to act in the face of the climate crisis and offering the audience ways to get involved in the fight for climate justice.
September 20, 2022A Long Time Coming
The Long Tent: A unique collaboration brought ‘education without exploitation’ to Whitman College. For a week of listening and learning, April 18–24, 2022, Native American dignitaries and hosts greeted visitors to the Long Tent on Ankeny Field, the first such structure on a modern college campus.
September 19, 2022Message from the President
A message from Whitman College President Sarah Bolton.
September 19, 2022A Warm Whitman Welcome
In July 2022 Whitman College staff, faculty and students came together to welcome President Sarah Bolton to campus.