by Samantha Holm | Arts & Culture Editor Combining the prefix ‘van’ and last name ‘Eerden’ translates to ‘of the earth’. According to Nicole Sheets,…
ChAOS serves many purposes in the Whitworth community, such as connecting students who are passionate about science, as well as introducing those students to professors in a casual setting.
by Hannah Foster | Staff Writer This Saturday, Sept. 25 the KIPOS Community Garden (across the street from The Pines Cafe) at Whitworth will be hosting their Harvest Festival, the event will include music, thrifting,…
by Samantha Holm | Arts & Culture Editor
Every year, Whitworth commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution with a lecture about the influential document’s history and its effects on present political issues.
by Samantha Holm | Arts & Culture Editor Republic of Kenya Parliament members touched down in Spokane on Friday, Sept. 10 to encourage unity and discuss ethnic discrimination. On Sept. 14, Whitworth had the privilege of hosting these delegates in the Crow’s Nest for a dinner with African American students, alumni and faculty.
by Emma Maple | Staff Writer
At 20 years old, Whitworth international student Niraj Pandey has already co-founded a nonprofit that has raised over $200,000 and fed over 750,000 people from over 11 districts in Nepal.