Women of Color Voices

I identify as a woman of color. Within feminist discourse, women of color tend to be left out which then leaves us no space talk about our experiences and feel validated. Being a woman of color comes with a very different perspective than the majority and makes it hard to feel welcomed or valued in […]

Campus Office Profiles: The Intercultural Center

Welcome to Whitman’s Intercultural Center! Meet the Staff: Kazi Joshua- Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion “Kazi teaches in the Encounters program. He is originally from Malawi, southeast Africa. He studied Political Philosophy (at Trinity College of Vermont ) and holds graduate degrees in Theology and Philosophy. He has served at other institutions as a […]

Your Guide to Walla Walla: Top Things to do in Town (Student Edition)

  To some, Walla Walla is considered a small town, and especially for students that come to Whitman from big cities like, LA, New York, or Houston, Walla Walla may cause some culture shock. But do not fear, because although Walla Walla may seem small, you will come to enjoy this vibrant town! Here is […]