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December 5, 2022
The Untold Story of Rosie Brower

Rosie Brower’s past has shaped her compassion for the students at Walla Walla University and led her to be a mentor and caregiver to students throughout the years.  Born in Belize on October 7, 1974, Rosie Brower at the young age of 3, was taken up by her adoptive mother who envisioned a future graced […]

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December 1, 2022
Does SMART Get You Far?

SMART goals have become an innovative strategy for students to quantify their goals with value-driven methods heading into the new year.  50% of Americans set themselves up with a New Year’s resolution. Within a month of the new year, 40% of Americans that set this goal fail in following through with their New Year’s plan. […]

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November 17, 2022
Gratefulness and Happiness

As Thanksgiving edges closer and closer, students at Walla Walla University take a personal perspective on what gratefulness means in their lives.   Hannah Wayne, a junior communications and marketing major, said gratefulness to her means “being around people that I love and appreciate.”

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November 10, 2022
The Silent Killer

Men feel pressured not to express concerns about their mental health, leading them to suffer devastating physical and mental consequences.  Mental health crises are on the rise, with studies uncovering the hardships of mental health among men. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention stated, “In 2020 men died by suicide 3.88 times more than women,” […]

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November 3, 2022
A Land Once Claimed

The Walla Walla, Umatilla, and Cayuse tribes fought to stop the development of their respected land byn. The Walla Walla tribe is the source of legends such as “The Monster Who Came up the River.” This famous story spoke of the great coyote who slayed the ocean monster. The ocean monster devastated the tribe to […]

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