Global Neighborhood Thrift (GN Thrift), a non-profit started by Whitworth alumni Brent and Amy Hendricks, will be opening a new and larger thrift store with a weekend full of free food, music, and discounted items.
Students from the Sei Wa campus of Kwansel Gakuin University, Japan played a loud and rousing game of dodgeball against Whitworth residents on Wednesday night, March 6. The group kicked off the night with a win and came together as team with shouting and chanting after every round of success.
The Philosoraptors once again proved their tenacity in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl in Baltimore, MD. Whitworth’s Ethics Bowl team brought home their third national title in the past eight years.
McMillan is home to a unique, all-male community that prides itself on its traditions and close relationships. However, this year has seen some changes in traditions for “Mac” that have received both positive and negative responses from residents.
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.
“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.”