by Colleen Bell | Copy Chief On Wednesday, May 8, the ASWU general assembly will vote on the proposed budget for the 2019-2020 academic year, as prepared by the budget committee. Budget Committee is composed of the incoming and outgoing executives, the Director of Student Activities, the ASWU Bookkeeper, two voting members of the assembly,…
Global Neighborhood Thrift (GN Thrift), a non-profit started by Whitworth alumni Brent and Amy Hendricks, will be opening a new and larger thrift store with a weekend full of free food, music, and discounted items.
As students made their way into the HUB on April 4, music, candy and a variety of student-led radio programs encouraged students to learn, engage, and tune in to Whitworth.FM radio.
Fast talking in two different accents resounded in a celebration of public speaking and culture, the 7th Annual International Debate at Whitworth.
Students from the Sei Wa campus of Kwansel Gakuin University, Japan played a loud and rousing game of dodgeball against Whitworth residents on Wednesday night, March 6. The group kicked off the night with a win and came together as team with shouting and chanting after every round of success.
Drawing the line between whistleblowing and slander is a difficult task and has been a recent struggle at Whitworth as community members reacted to the anonymous Instagram page, “WU Confessions.”
The Philosoraptors once again proved their tenacity in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl in Baltimore, MD. Whitworth’s Ethics Bowl team brought home their third national title in the past eight years.
McMillan is home to a unique, all-male community that prides itself on its traditions and close relationships. However, this year has seen some changes in traditions for “Mac” that have received both positive and negative responses from residents.
One Whitworth student’s spring break plans have taken a dramatic turn, as Junior Lauren Sagvold has been invited to the White House.
For on-campus students, particularly those without a car, access to adequate transportation has been cited as an area of concern. Last year […] ASWU took action to make the bus passes available.