Featured Events

Moonlight Snowshoe

Moonlight Snowshoe 3/6

Outdoor Program Trips / Outdoor Program

Snowshoe by the light of the full moon at Horseshoe Prairie. No experience necessary! Sign up at the OP Rental Shop.

 
"Artifacts" and "The Hand and The Machine"

"Artifacts" and "The Hand and... 3/6 12:00 pm

Exhibit / Sheehan Gallery, Academic, Humanities & Arts, Art

The Hand and The Machine this is part of a year-long series of events done in collaboration with the Sheehan Gallery and Whitman’s Studio Art and Art...

Olin Hall, Sheehan Gallery  
ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard

ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom... 3/6 8:00 pm

Theatre / Academic, Humanities & Arts, Theatre & Dance

Hilarious and terrifying, Stoppard's absurdist comedy turns Shakespeare's Hamlet on its head by following the misadventures of two minor characters as they...

Harper Joy Theatre, Alexander Stage  
Intro to Backcountry Skiing

Intro to Backcountry Skiing 3/7

Outdoor Program Trips / Outdoor Program

Learn how to backcountry ski! Sign up at the OP Rental Shop.

 
Walla Walla's Best Dance Crew

Walla Walla's Best Dance Crew 3/7 7:00 pm

Walla Walla's Best Dance Crew is an annual fundraiser presented by Kappa Alpha Theta at Whitman College to benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates. Dance...

Cordiner Hall  
Randy Brooks and Oliva Coackley Recital

Randy Brooks and Oliva Coackley Recital 3/8 3:00 pm

Academic, Humanities & Arts, Music

Whitman College Department of Music Presents a vocal recital featuring Whitman junior Randy Brooks and Whitman sophomore Olivia Coackley. This recital is...

Hall of Music, Chism Recital Hall  
Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest to Save a Troubled Planet

Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest to Save a... 3/10 7:30 pm

Speaker / Academic, General & Interdisciplinary Studies, Environmental Studies

Journalist and author Todd Wilkinson discusses his recent book, Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest to Save a Troubled Planet, which offers a diligently detailed,...

Olin Hall, Room 157  
 Marion and Emilie Frances Bauer: From the Wild West to American Musical Modernism

Marion and Emilie Frances Bauer: From the Wild... 3/11

Speaker

Dr. Susan Pickett, Professor of Music at Whitman College will discuss her recently released book, Marion and Emilie Frances Bauer: From the Wild West to...

Hunter Conservatory, Kimball Theater  
O'Donnell Lecture-The Comedy of the Commons

O'Donnell Lecture-The Comedy of the Commons 3/12 5:30 pm

Speaker

The O'Donnell Lecture features Jamie Workman who will discuss The Comedy of the Commons: How, why, and what optimal group size can build resilience in nature...

Hunter Conservatory, Kimball Theater  
AIA Lecture Series-Justin Leidwanger

AIA Lecture Series-Justin Leidwanger 3/12 7:30 pm

Speaker / Academic

Justin Leidwanger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Classics at Stanford University. He is a specialist in Marine Archaeology in the Mediterranean.

Olin Hall, OLIN*157 Tiered  

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