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March 1, 2016Campus Climate Survey
Whitman College has embarked on a landmark project to solicit feedback from all students, faculty and staff about what it’s like to live and work on campus.
February 29, 2016ASWC becomes first student government to impose internal carbon tax
The Associated Students of Whitman College (ASWC) has passed an act that places a tax on carbon emissions attributed to student travel, making it the first collegiate student government in the nation to self-impose a carbon tax.
February 28, 2016Jessie Runnoe '08 works to solve the mystery of disappearing quasars
Runnoe and her colleagues followed a quasar that went from shining brightly to virtually nothing in just a couple of years.
February 26, 20162016 Power and Privilege
Forty-five social justice-themed workshops, panels and presentations were hosted on campus as part of the 2016 Power & Privilege Symposium.
February 24, 2016Alumnus recognized for leadership in community schools
Tom Hagley '90 named "Leader to Learn from 2016" for his work addressing the impact of poverty in Vancouver, WA public schools
February 24, 2016Whitman among best colleges for students who want to change the world
Based on data from the Princeton Review, Whitman ranked #9
February 23, 2016Ethics Bowl Nationals
Last weekend, seven Whitman students competed in the National Championship in Reston, Virginia, where they earned an award for spirit.
February 23, 2016Forbes ranks Whitman best college in Washington State
The business magazine releases annual list of best college in every state
February 23, 2016Whitman College cited as a "top producer" of Fulbright awards for students for the 2015-16 academic year
Congrats to Janni Conrad '15, Rhiannon Clarke '15, Elana Simon '15, Caitlin Morley '15, Molly Emmett '15, Wyatt Thomas '14, Erin Campbell '15, and Beverly Li '14. Good luck as well to this year's 12 students and alumni recommended by Fulbright's national selection committee as they wait to hear about their awards
February 22, 2016Student newspaper to pursue name change
Students start process to change the Pioneer