Issue 26 2022

A person outside on a sunny day with a planner and computer, sitting on a blanket at a park.

Work Hard, Play Hard

The Summer Plans of a few WWU Students  By Jessi Vietz  As the school year…

Newly graduated students, in their robes, are stood in front of the camera with smiling faces to celebrate their accomplishment.

What do we do After Grad?

Looking Back and Looking to the Future  By Ben Wexler  They strutted onto our university…

The End For Now

Reflecting on the 2021-2022 School Year With Trevor Haugen  By Matthew Peinado  The 2021-2022 year…

The Freshmen Experience

A Look at the First Year of College  By Brooklin Painter  The first year of…

A student worker at the Atlas is shown making a drink with the espresso machine, below the giant blackboard Atlas menu.

What’s Next?

Following a Calling and Paying the Bills  By Mitchell Powers  In the United States in…

Reflections on an Eventful Year

My Goals and What I Learned  By Josh Beaudoin  Hello Everyone,  Back in my freshman…

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Twenty-five things to do this summer

Published May 22, 1986  Join a summer theatre group and play “King Lear” for three…

The Collegian and Its Critics

Examining and Debunking Common Complaints About The Collegian   By Ashley Herber  The Collegian, like any…

Letter From the Editor

The Problem of Perception  By Josh Beaudoin  Hello Everyone,  This is our final issue of…

A fake dummy-person is laid down on a hospital bed in a care room.

Starting in the City of Roses

A Faster Track to Nursing  By Emmett Pennington-Guthrie  The Walla Walla University nursing program stands…

The Pros & Cons of Being a Student at Rosario

An Interview with Allison Simmons  By Summer Boulais  Allison Simmons, senior Biology major and chemistry…

Family Foods

Swedish Pancakes   By Victoria Ico  There are times when I’ve looked into a fridge or…

Brooke Davey

Wearing Multiple Hats  By Esther Taylor  When it comes to her job as the collection…

Is It Worth It?

Looking Back on Studying Abroad  By Sienna Hubin  As you settle into winter quarter, you…