Murder at the Kirkman House

The Walla Walla Mystery Game  By Peter Savard  A relaxing fall weekend is upon us, everyone…

The Community in Culture

Changing the Process of Mourning  By Atheris Seals  If there is one shared experience of humanity, it is that people…

One Year Later

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

The Normal Heart

A Heart Wrenching Cautionary Tale  By Stevan Crary  HBO’s primary cup of tea is eight-season medieval fantasies and four-hour-long superhero films, both with…

Too Close for Comfort

Clarity From Near-Death Experiences  By Aine Schmidt Weiss   When Alex Wiedemann, sophomore exercise science major, boarded…

The Bombing of Tokyo

Letter From the Editor  By Josh Beaudoin  Hello Everyone,  I just finished reading the book “The End…

How COVID-19 Has Changed the Way People Handle Grief

Losing Loved Ones and Coping With Death  By Brooklin Painter  Death has always been a part of humanity,…

Dealing with Death as a Student Missionary

Catherine Harwood’s Story of Losing Someone   By Summer Boulais  Catherine Harwood, a senior social work major, served as a…

Cross-Country Championship

 The Running Career of William Su and His Thoughts Looking Back   By Summer Boulais  William Su, a sophomore nursing major, finished his cross-country…

Joseph’s Reel

Regret in the Form of Motion Pictures  By Stevan Crary  Is there a point in your life…