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.
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
“My family wanted me to major in something that would guarantee a good paying job after college, but I wanted to do something cool (like history) and so I did and they aren’t thrilled. How do I tell my family that I got accepted into a history related masters program?”
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