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December 5, 2022
The Theory of John McVay

“I have started playing pickleball and I rather like it. If I could just figure out how to stay out of the kitchen, I’d be better.”   The face of President John Mcvay is a familiar one around campus. Many know of him, but I venture that most truly know little about him. That is about […]

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December 5, 2022
You Can’t Read 100% of the Articles I Don’t Write

Encounter new proverbs and experiment with times and places to say them.   Ah, the English language. The language of Shakespeare, science, America, the unnecessary letters of Q and X, and weird proverbs that make no sense. Who’s to say what they mean, who said them first, or why other people decided they would say the […]

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December 5, 2022
Justin’s Secrets to Happiness

There aren’t many students on campus who don’t know Justin Corral, senior biology major. Those few who don’t are missing out on knowing a person who is filled with a spirit of warmth and positivity and who values connecting with people. Corral understands how to deal with disappointing days by remembering what is truly important. 

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December 5, 2022
Spotlight on Carol Healy

Walla Walla University’s Portland Campus — the place all your nursing student friends disappear to just after you’ve gotten to know them. A mystery to those on the main campus and a brief stop for nursing juniors and seniors, the Portland Campus plays a vital role in developing student nurses and leading them into their […]

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December 5, 2022
Why are you here?

Why are you here? No, I don’t want a discourse about the birds and the bees, nor do I have a desire to postulate about an existential quandary. I’m interested in a much narrower answer. Why are you here? Why are you at Walla Walla College?   I know all the cliché answers: “My friends are […]

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