Join Whitman's Outdoor Program for a wicked rock climb for candy and prizes from 4-6pm on Halloween.
Costume contest and 50% off entrance fees with free equipment rental and free bouldering.
For more information about Whitman’s climbing wall, click here.
Jacob Hashimoto is a New York based artist who has shown work internationally as well as in many U.S. exhibitions.
Drawing on his Japanese heritage, Hashimoto uses traditional kite-making techniques to create distinctive works comprised of hundreds of bamboo and paper elements strung together and suspended between parallel dowels to form fragmented and layered fields.
Women, Children and Families in the Military Communities of the Western Roman Empire.
Elizabeth M. Green teaches in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. Her fields of expertise include Roman archaeology and social history, Romanization and imperialism, and the Roman military. She is currently Area Supervisor for the Vindolanda North Field Project., directing the team excavating the Roman...
Lecture by visiting artist/educator for "The Hand & The Machine" series, Lari Gibbons. Brought to campus by the Studio Art Department through a grant from the McMillian Foundation.
Gibbons is a professor at the University of North Texas, where she teaches printmaking and directs the Print Research Institute of North Texas (P.R.I.N.T Press). She earned an MFA from the University of Nebraska and a BA from Grinnell College (Grinnell, Iowa)....
Each fall, we welcome prospective students and their families to experience the Whitman community in action. We hope you will join us on campus! For a scheudle of events and registration information, click here.
1868: John Muir enters Yosemite, wrestling against nature and his own demons. 2009: a lone wolf leaves his pack in Northeastern Oregon, embarking on a historic 1000-mile journey. One will change the landscape of our nation, and the other will remind us of the indelible wild spirit that lives in us all.
Join celebrated NPR humorist David Sedaris at Cordiner Hall for an evening of cutting wit, social satire and riveting conversation, followed by a question and answer session.
Mr. Sedaris will be signing books in the foyer of Cordiner hall starting at 6 pm and will resume signing books after the show. The Whitman College Book store will be selling a vareity of the author's books in the foyer starting at 6 pm.
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