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The Student News Site of Whitworth University

The Whitworthian

Meet the nine ASWU senators elected in the spring for the 2022-2023 school year

Meet the nine ASWU senators elected in the spring for the 2022-2023 school year

May 24, 2022

Nine new senators were elected April's ASWU elections—four returning to ASWU and five new members. Baldwin Jenkins and Stewart, the two first-year halls on campus, have open Senator positions which...

Meet the new 2022-2023 ASWU Finance Director, Michael Stavridis

May 24, 2022

The election for finance director was a very tight race all the way through, with the three initial candidates being Nicolas Caballero ‘24, Emma John ’24, and Michael Stavridis ’25. All were...

ASWU Elections: Many candidates ran unopposed, but campus had high voter turnout

May 24, 2022

On Monday, April 11, the campus body voted to elect three new executives and nine new senators to the ASWU team for the 2022-2023 academic year. The results include Georgia Goff ’24 for president...

ASWU approves new budget for the 2022-2023 school year

May 24, 2022

By Janeth Beltrán Apodaca | Staff Writer As the 2021-2022 school year came to an end, the Associated Students of Whitworth University (ASWU) have completed their new budget for the upcoming...

The ASWU sentaors laugh at a joke made by Chris Clay at the ASWU event at Whitworth University, on Wednesday, Fed. 23, 2022 | Hannah Loesch/the Whitworthian

Changes to ASWU Constitution approved by student body 

April 13, 2022
The student body approved three changes to the ASWU Constitution; executive team says it will save on costs and help financially prepare for increased requisitions in the future.
A tree that fell during a windstorm at Whitworth University, narrowly missing dorm buildings and the cars parked in a nearby parking lot, Monday, April 4, 2022, in Spokane, Wash. | Thomas Peach/The Whitworthian

A tree fell on campus. It leafs an impression.  

April 13, 2022
After an April windstorm, a tree fell near the Village and damaged a student's car.
Minorities in STEM club chartered in ASWU assembly

Minorities in STEM club chartered in ASWU assembly

April 13, 2022
ASWU has approved a new club that will allow minority students in STEM fields to find community and support.
Why the wind? Professor Jonathan Moo explains the science behind Spokane’s windstorms 

Why the wind? Professor Jonathan Moo explains the science behind Spokane’s windstorms 

April 13, 2022
Hear Jonathan Moo explain why Spokane gets so many windstorms, and Whitworth arborist Caleb McIlraith explain what happens to our trees because of them.
One Pine Day successfully crowdfunds special university projects for the eighth year running

One Pine Day successfully crowdfunds special university projects for the eighth year running

April 13, 2022

Graphic provided by Whitworth Gives Another year of One Pine Day crowdfunding has raised funds for special projects and needs at Whitworth University. The program, which is based on faithful generosity,...

The American Studies Program is a study away program in Washington, D.C., that Whitworth University partners with. The goal of the program is to expand students abilities to interact with people who are different from them. Photo by CyBelle Barthelmess.

The American Studies Programs as an Off-Campus Option

April 10, 2022

The American Studies Program is a study away program in Washington, D.C., with which Whitworth University partners. The goal of the program is to expand students' abilities to interact with people...

Whitworth finalizes its first Doctorate programs 

Whitworth finalizes its first Doctorate programs 

March 3, 2022

The new Dornsife Health Sciences building will house the graduate programs in physical and occupational therapy. | Hannah Loesch/ The Whitworthian As of the 2022-2023 school year, Whitworth will...

Off-Campus Programs respond to the Omicron wave of COVID-19 

Off-Campus Programs respond to the Omicron wave of COVID-19 

March 3, 2022

Graphic By | Ben Gallaway/The Whitworthian After a long year of canceled programs due to COVID-19, Whitworth University Off-Campus Programs (OCP) were finally able to return to their semi-normal...

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