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Demonstrating Strength

A Reflection from Mayor Norma Hernandez   By Jessi Vietz  March is Women’s History Month,…

The Purpose of Life

Wisdom from The Older Generations  By Brooklin Painter  The purpose of life is different from…

An Interview with Dr. Blake

Walla Walla University’s First Black Professor  By Matthew Peinado  In celebration of Black History month,…

The WWU Bomb Threat

A Deep Dive Into What We Knew Then vs. Now  By Brooklin Painter  Just before…

It All Sounds Good

The Team You’ve Heard Before  By Emmett Pennington-Guthrie   If you have been to an event…

Spotlighting Seasonal Depression

Overcoming Winter Quarter Blues   By Ben Wexler   Feeling down during winter quarter is not…

The Key To Happiness

Acts of Service  By Brooklin Painter Everyone searches for the key to happiness, but not…

Meske at Capacity

Walla Walla University’s Covid Response  By Matthew Peinado  Upon returning from winter break, students of Walla Walla…

Death on a Warm Summer Day

A Fatal Car Accident and Why You Need to Think About Death   By Josh Beaudoin  I…

One Year Later

An Interview About Death  By Matthew Peinado  There are few experiences more tragic than the sudden loss…

A Tale of Two Students

Student’s Thoughts on Religious Exemptions, Housing Policy, and Federal Funding   By Matthew Peinado  Editor’s Note:…

Legal Discrimination

A Deep Dive into Title IX and Religious Exemptions  By Matthew Peinado  Walla Walla University is in an…

An Invitation to Conversation

How Religious Speakers Have Influenced Political Viewpoints of Students  By Brooklin Painter  Walla Walla University’s student political spectrum varies from democratic socialism…

Dorm Life for Transgender and Non-Binary Students

Feelings of Community and Isolation  By Brooklin Painter  Note: The names in this article have been changed to…

What You (Might) Not Know

A Look at Dorm Rules  By Emmett Pennington-Guthrie  Walla Walla University’s dorm policies affect most students on campus, yet among…