Come and abide at Meno

By Jo Miller Students will be heading up on the Meno retreat next Thursday for two days of worship, rest, ...
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Preview: Leonard Oakland Film Festival

by Brianna Anderson Whitworth’s third annual Leonard Oakland Film Festival premiers next week February 17-19. Enjoy a three day opportunity that ...
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Fences brings genuine passion

by Maddie Hayes Things you won’t find at a Fences show: Head banging, hair flipping, excessive jumping around stage, awkward ...
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Wasabi Bistro offers authentic cuisine

by Emily Roth Seaweed rolls may not be available on the Whitworth campus, but now traditional Asian cuisine can be ...
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Funny name, funny artists

by Caitlin Richmond The name might throw you off. Comic­paloozaloozlealoo? Comicpalooza? Com­icpaloozaleax? But the name doesn’t really matter, said senior ...
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Thrift store offers wide range of resale clothing

by Nejela Almohanna Tucked away in downtown Spokane’s Eldridge build­ing lays Fringe and Fray, a locally owned resale boutique with ...
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How to end a romantic relationship

by Kalen Darling All romantic relationships end sometime: maybe it lasts till death do you part, maybe it doesn’t last ...
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How to be a good kisser

By Megan Fraser During the fireworks on Fourth of July, under the mistletoe at the Christmas party, or on the ...
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How to plan an on-campus Valentine’s date

by Sophie Sestero Without the luxury of a car, a large budget, kitchen or personal space, dates can be difficult ...
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Preview: Legally Blonde the musical

by Annette Farrell If any movie was destined for Broadway, it’s Legally Blonde.  The 2001 movie, starring Reese Witherspoon is ...
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