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  • RE Make
    Whitman Magazine

    Art meets math. Two professors introduce students to the Maker Culture.

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  • Whitman Calling
    Whitman Magazine

    Meet Kazi Joshua, Whitman's associate dean for intercultural affairs.

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  • Focus on Faculty
    Whitman Magazine

    Renée Archibald, Whitman’s first tenure-track dance professor.

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  • This Land is Your Land
    Whitman Magazine

    Neil Kornze ’00 controls a third of U.S. land. Kornze talks energy, conservation and trekking across the country with Senator Harry Reid.

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  • Life, the Universe, and Everything
    Whitman Magazine

    Prior to two sold-out lectures at Whitman, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson shared his thoughts on science education, the rebooted Cosmos TV show and life as the people’s astrophysicist.

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  • Interview with a "Part-Time Indian"
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    His grandmother’s babysitter was Chief Joseph. He has appeared on "The Colbert Report." He laughs with you but he also talks about genocide. When you speak to Sherman Alexie – this year’s Summer Read author – you cover a lot of ground. Just don’t ask him to be a spokesman for anyone.

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  • The Forever Business
    Whitman Magazine

    When U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell is not in the nation’s capital, the cabinet official can be found roaming the West celebrating with mariachi bands or retracing the footsteps of Billy the Kid and Geronimo. Prior to delivering Whitman’s 2014 Commencement speech, the former CEO of REI sat down with Whitman Magazine.

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  • Gondolas, gold medals and the winter games
    Whitman Magazine

    Cross-country skier Holly Brooks ’04 takes on her second Winter Olympics.

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  • Making Friends for 40 Years
    Whitman Magazine

    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.

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