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October 12, 2018Reunion Weekend
Spanning four days, dozens of locations on- and off-campus and more than 875 alumni and guests, Reunion Weekend 2018 at Whitman College was a tremendous success.
October 12, 2018Photographer Safidy Andrian Artist Talk
On Oct. 2, the Sheehan Gallery hosted a surprise artist talk with photographer and humanitarian Safidy Andrian.
October 10, 2018Aaron Blank
Aaron Blank '01 is an Executive Producer at Penguin Random House Audio in New York City, NY. Aaron graduated from Whitman in 2001 with a degree in Theatre.
October 9, 2018Indrani Sigamany
Indrani Sigamany '80 will discuss “Social Justice in a Globalized World: Building a Rights-Based Career” at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, in the Hunter Conservatory’s Kimball Theatre as part of the 2018 Sava and Danica Andjelkovic Endowed Lecture.
October 9, 2018LADO Meeting
Members of the consortium Liberal Arts Diversity Officers, or LADO, met at Whitman Oct. 8-9, 2018, to discuss how issues facing their colleges today, including building bridges with professional organizations, becoming systematically proactive before issues arise, effectively using data and brainstorming solutions.
October 9, 2018Peter Donahue
Author Peter Donahue will visit Whitman this week as part of the English department’s Visiting Writer’s Series, where he will read excerpts from his latest novel “Three Sides Water,”
October 3, 2018Herpetologist Kate Jackson on Cannibalism Among Male Cobras
The associate professor of biology and snake expert commented on a new study showing that male cobras consume smaller rivals more often than previously thought. She added, "Too much of what is known of the diets of snakes in the wild is based only on lists of prey items obtained from field guides," rather than through observation.
September 25, 2018Emergency Preparedness
This fall, Whitman College is finalizing a revised emergency preparedness plan designed to improve response during a number of potential events, from weather-related incidents and natural disasters to human-caused crisis. The process began in December 2017, when the President's Cabinet set as a priority for the year the reviewing and updating the existing emergency preparedness plan and ensuring the campus community knew what to do in the event of a crisis.
September 20, 2018US News and World Report Rankings
Whitman was featured in U.S. News and World Report's rankings of best colleges released earlier this month.
September 19, 2018Sheehan Gallery - Fall 18 Exhibit
This fall the Sheehan Gallery presents two exhibits that explore artistry through the medium of fabric and textiles.