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The Shahbaz Quadruplets
Phil, '96, and Amy Shahbaz know both the wonders and the exhaustion that go along with parenting four dearly loved babies at the same time. Without family and friends from Whitworth and beyond, the Shahbazes say, they'd never have made it through their quads' first year.

Sustaining the Sciences
To support its burgeoning science programs and maintain its edge among competing schools, Whitworth prepares to build an impressive new biology/chemistry facility that will incorporate the latest technologies for students, faculty and the environment.


A Legacy in Central America
Whitworth's Central America Study Program is as life-changing now as it was at its inception 30 years ago. A program alumna tells the story of the CASP and its impact on students, faculty, and the Central Americans who have welcomed Whitworthians into their world.

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