The 2020 presidential race is almost upon us, and with it has come an uptick in political discussion. In every political camp, people are discussing the major issues they find important, and many issues are getting traction on social media and other online platforms.
As the war for gender equality rages on, it is important to reflect on the progress we have made and how much farther we have to go.
In the United States we get so consumed by everything that’s happening near us that we forget to pay attention to the problems occurring in other countries. We become ignorant to others who are suffering because we’re not in their position.
Men’s basketball won their first game of a two-game road trip against PLU with an impressive 11 point margin.
Query: “Lately I have been failing at adulting and I need some fail stories to make my life. Also, any ideas on how to give yourself grace when you mess up?”
Roma has proven to be a welcome addition to the extensive catalogue of Netflix, albeit for reasons that aren’t immediately obvious.
Soft meles, leafy headbands and swinging hips brought the Whitworth community together for “A Voyage Through Polynesia.”
The Cowles Auditorium nearly reached capacity during the Diversity Monologues showcase on Mar 12. This event, the fourth annual one of its kind at Whitworth, prompted students to think about how they come to know freedom through their life.
Query: “I need to end my romantic relationship…What is the nicest way to break-up with someone?”
International students have formed reactionary groups to Austin Channing Brown’s talk on Feb. 5. Brown spoke on the topics of race, faith, and reconciliation in the context of private Christian universities, which are predominately white institutions.