Samantha Grainger Shuba received a B.A. in Rhetoric from Whitman in May, 2016.
Making Friends for 40 Years
Through the Friendship Families program, community members are matched with international students to provide them with a home away from home. Each family has an informal relationship with their student, inviting them to spend time together off campus.
Kate Shuster Kick Starts Whitman Teaches the Movement
January 31, 2014 Whitman students, faculty and staff as well as many community members, wandered into the Young Ballroom in the Reid Campus Center at 7 pm on Monday night to hear Dr. Kate Shuster deliver a talk entitled “Why the Movement Matters: Learning from America’s Civil Rights Struggles.”
The Pioneer receives a top honor from the Associated Collegiate Press
December 6, 2013 The Pioneer came home a recipient of the Pacemaker award, the highest honor presented by the Associated Collegiate Press.
Whitman Students Hit it Out of the Park at Research Conference
November 19, 2013 For the last 22 years, the Murdock College Science Research Program through the Murdock Trust has hosted a fall conference for students of science.
Whitman Expands Tennis Courts with Help of United States Tennis Association Grant
November 6, 2013 On Oct. 21, Whitman was awarded a Public Facility Grant of $15,000 from the United States Tennis Association (USTA). The grant goes supports the expansion of the tennis courts that occurred this past summer.
18th David Nord Award Presented to Two Whitman Students
November 6, 2013 The 18th Annual David Nord Award has been presented to Benjamin Roberson ’14 and Sean Mulloy ’14.