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Whitworth Today: Winter 2002
Whitworth Today is Whitworth's alumni magazine, published twice each year, in midwinter
and early summer.
More than bricks and mortar: Building for the 21st century
Breaking New Ground (PDF)
Boppell Hall, Whitworth's new $4-million, 29,000-square-foot residence
hall, contains suite style apartments with kitchenettes, private
bathrooms, bay windows and 84 very happy residents. Chuck, '65,
and Karlyn (Allbee), '67, Boppell made the residence hall's construction
possible and their namesake's inaugural residents are eagerly shaping
its distinct identity for generations to come.
Good Steward of its Lands (PDF)
Over the past 10 years, the Whitworth campus has undergone striking
changes. A facilities master plan, implemented in 1995, has driven
improvements that have transformed the ways in which Whitworthians
study, live and work. How was the plan conceived? What are the results
of its implementation? And what does it mean for the future of Whitworth?
Legacy of Leadership (PDF)
Whitworth's new academic building, named for longtime trustee Dave
Weyerhaeuser and his wife, Annette, will feature even more than
state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces. The new facility,
located at the center of campus, will also offer resources for the
Spokane community and the region to join Whitworth in addressing
important social and spiritual issues.