Spending Your Time Wisely

Now that the semester is over half-way through, students seem to be finding themselves flooded with midterms, papers, and projects for classes that are doubling their pace as the end of the school year nears. These next five weeks of classes (not including Finals Week) will play an integral role in how your grade turns […]

Summer Travel at Whitman

Last fall, when I was starting my first semester at Whitman, I was intrigued by a unique opportunity to travel to a foreign country through the Whitman summer program, Crossroads. This program allows professors to teach short but intense off-campus courses in various locations throughout the world. In previous years, students have traveled to Stockholm, […]

The One Act Plays

A friend and I attended the opening of the annual student created production, The One Act Plays. This event is a highly student driven production, as the three plays are not only performed but also written by Whitman students. Each play is its own unique, stand-alone story. After viewing the different plays, the audience is […]

The RA Experience

For the past year, I’ve had the lucky opportunity to serve as the Resident Assistant, or RA, of the German Interest House. It’s been an amazing experience in so many ways, and I have a hard time thinking that it’s almost over! Being an RA was always a dream of mine, ever since I arrived […]

My Little Friend

Do you ever get tired of hanging out with your friends? Yeah, me too. I mean come on, I can only fake laugh at their jokes for so long. Just kidding, I actually really do love my friends’ cringey jokes. However, constantly hanging out with people your same age, which tends to happen at college, […]