Category Archives: Parenting College Students

Crunch time for research

The library gets busier this time of the semester as students come in to do research for papers and projects Sometimes the enormous amount of information available on a topic can be overwhelming to grapple with. The library has a … Continue reading

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Did you know…

…you can receive emergency text messages from Whitworth? Emergency text-messaging and electronic mailing in an emergency are conducted through a system called RAVE. All students and employees are encouraged to provide (via WhitNet) up to three cell-telephone numbers with text … Continue reading

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Work out at the U-Rec next time you’re on campus

Did you know…? Parents and family members can purchase a U-Rec guest pass for $8 (cash or debit) if they want to work out with their Whitworth student when visiting campus. Family members must be accompanied by their child and bring … Continue reading

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Financial Aid Office and Student Accounting Services Highlights – September 2014

We hope you enjoying the fall season and the new beginnings it brings.  We have been blessed with beautiful weather so far here on campus! A couple of reminders for you to keep in mind and possibly help your student … Continue reading

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How many different words are there for teenagers?

by Kathy Watts, Access Services Librarian Most college students aren’t teenagers anymore, but there are still many words to describe them:  teen(s) teenager(s) adolescent adolescence juvenile For many students, conducting research will be a necessary part of each semester. When … Continue reading

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