Sunshine at Whitman

Coming from LA, one of the biggest adjustments that I have had to make here probably has to be that to the weather. I had lived in mostly 60-100 degree weather under sunshine and drought for 15 years and then I came to Whitman. That being said, the varying weather is one of the reasons I love […]

Outdoor Excursions

If you are or have been a Whitman student or even a prospective student, you have most likely heard of Whitman’s Outdoor Program. Through the Outdoor Program, there are a variety of outdoor activities available, such as hiking, kayaking, skiing, snowboarding, and more. Students can also rent gear from the Outdoor Program, such as camping […]

Whitman College: One of the most BEAUTIFUL Colleges in America

“Carnival” was created in 1997 by Jim dine. This picture is a comparison of the same Carnival in Winter and Spring. New coming students should remember this statue since all of you will learn “Carnival” in your Encounters’ course!   This is a photo of Ankeny Field. Students enjoy sunshine and play sports during their […]

Bikes bikes bikes!

As a former club swimmer, the most “off-season” I’d ever had was 2 weeks in the spring and 2 in the summer. But now, being a college athlete, and having finished our swim season (with a NWC Conference W for the swimmin’ women #rollblues) my first official off-season is in full swing! Before coming to […]

5 Places to Study Off-campus in Walla Walla

Whitman College offers plenty of comfortable, centrally-located venues for study including Penrose library, Reid campus center and all of the academic buildings, each offering unique spaces for learning. While these sites are frequently utilized by the community, many students also enjoy venturing off-campus to do some work in new settings. Walla Walla is full of […]