Whitworth has a moral imperative to ensure that we are doing everything possible to give students the best opportunities for success.
As a university committed to low student – faculty ratios, a broad liberal arts education, and mentorship, Whitworth provides its students with the unique and invaluable opportunity to form lasting relationships with mentors and peers from a variety of backgrounds and fields. These features are some of Whitworth’s worst kept secrets, yet too often students fail to take full advantage of these fulfilling and rewarding opportunities.
by Nicole Oh| Staff Writer This fall, senior Emily Leinweber is completing her fourth and final year as a member of the women’s cross country…
Whitworth’s Reily Hegarty leads Bucs Golf into the 2018 season.
A group of Whitworth faculty members, called the General Education Implementation Task Force, is working on updating the general education program, which has not been changed in over a decade.
by Kincaid Norris | Contributing Writer The U.S. Open has always been one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world. The U.S. open…
Transitions, a local nonprofit working to end poverty and homelessness for women and children in Spokane, had the grand opening last Wednesday for their new permanent supportive housing program, Home Yard Cottages.
The cost of tuition and fees for institutions of higher education in the U.S. have risen at an exorbitant rate in the past 20 years.
TextMuse is an app that allows users to share events with others via text messaging, which results in earning rewards.
The real Slim Shady just stood up.