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 […]

Finding Internships

Are you a current student thinking about finding a summer internship, or a prospective one wondering what steps to take in college to eventually secure one? Are you wondering how or where to start looking? Do you want to get paid? Well, you are in luck. Spring semester is the prime time to start applying […]

Exercising at Whitman

With the stress of midterms and hurrying to tie up loose ends before spring break, it’s tempting to cut back on my “me time” to dig into the papers and tests that await me. Regardless of the length of my to-do list, though, I quickly find that I can’t pour from an empty glass. We […]

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 […]

“Continue to Resist!”

As a Whitman student, you should know Power and Privilege Symposium, an all campus event in February, consisting of a compelling keynote on the night of day one and many options of workshops during the day of day two. Our theme for the 6th annual P&P is “Resist!”. But how to interpret this term? No […]

Life Sciences at Whitman

Many students choose to study the life sciences in college. There are many reasons to follow this path; understanding the basis of life and the principles central to body function have numerous applications both inside and outside the academic sphere. Having a knowledge of the life sciences is important to general health and well-being, and […]

Meet The Beatles

While music has always been an integral aspect of my life, I don’t play any instruments, am unable to read music, and can have pretty significant stage fright. For those reasons, I never imagined taking a music course at Whitman. Yet when I saw an opening in the course Meet The Beatles, I immediately added […]