Whitworth students recently had the chance to give back to their community by donating products such as tampons and condoms.
In light of recent news stories about the offensive use of blackface, Whitworth professor of history Dale Soden, P.h.D. gave a lecture on the racist history surrounding the topic and its current relevance.
With the AWSU assembly vote tied nine to nine, President Tersa Almaw served as a tiebreaker, voting in opposition of inviting Shapiro, a popular conservative commentator who was recently turned down by Gonzaga University.
ASWU will be holding a vote on Wednesday, March 13 on whether or not the Young Americans for Freedom can bring Ben Shapiro on campus to speak.
Two students sat in concentration across from an advanced chess player, who ran back and forth from each board with ease while other students looked on.
Thomas Jay Oord, Ph. D. is a theologian, philosopher and scholar who contributes to many academic conversations, such as those concerning the relationship between reason and faith.
“The Poor People’s Campaign,” said Mowery, “is a national organization that’s working to address what MLK, and then contemporaries, have identified as the four great systemic evils of America, which are poverty, militarism, racism and ecological devastation.”
“I think it’s a good idea because it’s really convenient for people who don’t have a bank around here and don’t [want to] have to pay to get cash out at the HUB.” -Ashley Townzen, Sophomore
“We had the idea that it would be cool if we brought speakers to campus to speak on bioethics topics,” -Dr. Aaron Putzke
Due to the belief that the suspect was armed, campus security soon made the decision to lock down the campus for student’s safety.