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April 27, 2016John Stanton '77 named CEO of the Seattle Mariners
Stanton calls the appointment "perhaps the supreme honor for me in my career."
April 26, 2016Kirk Adams '93 appointed president of the American Foundation for the Blind
Adams, currently the CEO of Lighthouse for the Blind in Seattle, will take the position with AFB in May.
April 14, 2016Undergraduate Conference
More than 150 students shared their work at the 2016 Whitman Undergraduate Conference, a yearly event dedicated to showcasing student research.
April 14, 2016Bringing a New Voice to Nonprofit Boards
Chau Dang '06 shares her thoughts on being asked to serve on the board of the American Cancer Society
April 14, 2016Unique performance at Whitman's Harper Joy Theatre puts spotlight on poverty
Audience chooses recipient of $1,000 donation during each performance of “How to End Poverty in 90 Minutes”
April 8, 2016Gillian Gray
Gillian Gray '17 is one of only 20 students nationwide to be selected for the award, and the first Whitman student since 2012.
April 6, 2016John-Henry Heckendorn '12 starts successful political consultancy
Heckendorn's Ship Creek Group wins 4 of 4 recent elections
April 6, 2016Noah Leavitt on the liberal arts, public policy and public service
Leavitt argues that greater access to a quality liberal arts education is exactly what is needed to grapple with the myriad complex debates that shape our nation and our economy.
April 5, 2016Mouin Rabbani
Last week, independent analyst and researcher Mouin Rabbani, a frequent guest on CNN, the BBC and Al Jazeera and a specialist in contemporary Middle East studies, addressed a large crowd in Whitman’s Maxey Auditorium.
March 31, 2016Nina Finley
Nina Finley ’17, a biology and environmental studies major from Seattle, has been named a 2016-2017 Goldwater Scholar.