“One of our freshmen beat me in one of my speech events, which was super cool just to watch her!” - Sara Muscente
Propaganda, a Christian music artist, performed at Whitworth last night, Feb. 5 at 8 p.m. in the MPR.
Whitworth students competed in a Top Chef competition on Sunday, Nov. 12.
Arts & Culture
“Washington D.C. is a fantastic city even without the Smithsonian… there is so much culture and diversity in that city that I think most people don’t have time or don’t take time to experience,” said Putzke. “I think that was a great pro for all of us, we came away seeing it from a different view.”
“We knew that people who saw your name would assume you were a white boy… we just had to get you to the interview.”
“It is good writing for every character to clearly want something…but the way those characters bounced around in circles getting to those goals could be frustrating at times and slowed down the pace.” -Austin Casey
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