Opinions

The Peanut Gallery, March 8, 2011

by Taylor Zajicek Dearest Reader, I owe you my apol­ogies, for I am about to steal a small piece of ...

Ignore Glenn Beck and his ilk

By Sarah Berentson Politics, by nature, divide and sepa­rate people from one another. We find it hard in this day ...

Nothing is wrong with being single

By Haley Atkinson I spent this past weekend at the wed­ding of two dear friends. They have been dating for ...

Town hall allows students to affect Whitworth future

This evening, March 8, Whitworth students will have a unique opportu­nity, and one that should not be passed up: A ...

Our flawed perception of separating church and state

By Max Nelsen The City Council of Yakima has recently found it­self in trouble over one of its long standard ...

The irony and hypocrisy of tolerance

By Max Nelsen Anyone who pays remote atten­tion to politics or even campus life will be well familiar with the ...

This land is whose land?

By Sarah Berentson Mankind has an obsession with own­ership. Mainly this obsession pertains to land. Land is tied to power, ...

Cut the clutter, give to others

by Haley Atkinson I will be the first to admit I live a cluttered life. I like to surround myself ...

Safety should be first concern on snow days

As most people reading this edito­rial will already be aware, Whitworth has recently been subjected to the colder side of ...

The Peanut Gallery – 2/15/11

by Andrew Gjefle God help us, it’s that time of year again – a horrifying, smarmy reminder of the state ...

A real Pirate would have been there

by Colin Zalewski All I have to say is, you get what you ask for. Just a couple weeks ago ...

My Two Cents

By Andrew Gjefle Whitworth is a school that prides itself on its consciousness of and open attitude toward diver­sity issues, ...