Hi—

      I'm a senior girl and I want to have some fun in my last few weeks here. I'm looking for a hot Whitman guy to make that happen. I'm primarily looking for sex, but I'm not opposed to cuddling/hanging out/getting to know you. Just nothing serious, since I'm leaving soon. Some things about me - I'm nice, I'm a verified hottie, I love giving head, and I love uncircumcised penises (but circumcised are great, too) of average or large size. If this sounds like you, you should email me.

—;)

Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link   hide  
Emailed.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past one in the morning on April 19th, 2015.  link  

Men—

      I'm looking for a fun causal hookup for the end of the year. I'm a fun, athletic, and attractive senior girl and want to enjoy my last few weeks here. Email below :)

—Senior girl

Posted at five o'clock in the evening on April 17th, 2015.  link   hide  
emailed
—anon
Posted at four o'clock in the afternoon on April 18th, 2015.  link  
replied
—op
Posted at five o'clock in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  
I've always found causal hookups to be slightly less satisfyingly spontaneous than those that defy causality.
—The Pun Pervert
Posted at a quarter to one in the morning on April 19th, 2015.  link  

Beer mile enthusiasts—

      I've considered just going topless. Does anyone else do that?

—A female

Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link   hide  
The entire point of beer mile is to do it naked. If you do it clothed, you will be in the (creepy) minority. You must be a freshman.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  
you're right...that answered my question though. Not doing it then!
—OP
Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  

:'(—

      An adorable admitted students' mom came up to me today to ask for directions. She asked me a bit about Whitman, and I told her that I was a senior and was finishing everything up, and before she left, she said, "Good luck on your work!" I don't know why, but it made me a little sad. Wistful. I guess I have graduation blues...

—a senior

Posted at half past seven in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link   hide  

Seniors—

      What will you miss most about Whitman?

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 17th, 2015.  link   hide  
^ Replied :)
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past six in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  
^lol you'll miss the sex-it looks like you were replying to the other one
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  

Looking for a playful time—

      Are you?

cock seeking cock.




—Senior

Posted at half past six in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link   hide  

Are there any women—

      that are interested in having a cuddle buddy? I'm a male looking for a cuddle buddy, and possibly more if we're both comfortable with it. I'm respectful of everyone's boundaries. I'm down for hanging out, watching a movie, listening to music, etc. If that sounds good to you, send me a message!

—Anon

Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on April 7th, 2015.  link   hide  
Hey, "female" who e-mailed me: I got your message, but there was no e-mail address to respond to, but you said to reply here. If you're still interested, I'm still interested.
—OP
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
Emailed.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past ten in the morning on April 18th, 2015.  link  
^Replied!
—OP
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on April 18th, 2015.  link  

Women—

      If any women are interested in a friends-with-benefits situation until the end of year, I'd love to hear from you. I'm looking for some regular fun--giving and receiving--and I'm tall, slim, be-bearded, well-endowed (or so I'm told), and no-drama.

Looking forward to hearing from you folks.

—D

Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 4th, 2015.  link   hide  
emailed
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on April 6th, 2015.  link  
Hey anonymous - nothing in my email yet! Maybe try to send again.
—OP
Posted at a quarter to ten in the morning on April 7th, 2015.  link  
ok cool will do
—Anonymous
Posted at one o'clock in the afternoon on April 7th, 2015.  link  
Still nuthin'! Maybe if you can leave yours, I'll try that way around.
—op
Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 7th, 2015.  link  
done
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the morning on April 8th, 2015.  link  
I don't see an email address link! Boo.
—Op
Posted at twelve o'clock in the evening on April 8th, 2015.  link  
OP, you're being trolled.
—:-|
Posted at twelve o'clock in the morning on April 9th, 2015.  link  
Emailed.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the morning on April 18th, 2015.  link  

see below—

      there are certain individuals at this school who proclaim to be for women's rights and such, but in numerous instances, have taken full advantage of girls. You know who you are. I hope that when the office of civil rights finds out about these cases, they take action and stop this kind of behavior from continuously happening. It's not rape, but its quite bad. I know from experience with some of theses guys.

—concerned

Posted at a quarter past one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2015.  link   hide  
if you need to talk to someone, remember that there are plenty of ppl in the administration, etc who will listen. They take this stuff very seriously: take the debate team for example.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2015.  link  
The liberal arts college model is unsustainable in the modern world, and can only subsist with the aid of state subsidies (in the form of federal loans, directed towards funding degrees indiscriminate of their potential utility to society at large).
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 15th, 2015.  link  
(continued) The idea of the "liberal arts" is founded on the premise of a rigid, Medieval hierarchy, in which the free (or "liberal") noblemen are allowed to indulge in contemplation and sophistry at their leisure, while the essentially enslaved peasantry are tasked with actually DOING STUFF. Great thoughts are fine, but one cannot churn one's intellectual faculties without parchment to write on, ink to write with, or grain to eat when hungry. The nobleman's transcendent insights, accordingly, are dependent on the labor of the serf, whose material contributions are conveniently erased.

Ideas aren't built, but rather, they manifest in a Platonic vacuum.

This is the sordid genesis of the liberal arts. Why does Whitman to this very day continue to scorn career-oriented pursuits, purging the taint of "education" and God forbid, "business" classes? But yet science labs teach the pupil the how to be a *good* scientist, and theater workshops teach the pupil how to be a *good* actor - how is teaching someone to be a *good* welder or a *good* social worker tenably distinct?

Why are Bon Appetit dishes strewn casually throughout the halls, as though they might, by some mysterious means, vanish into the ether? Why are "state school" pupils the subject of casual ridicule - as if the only thing separating a Whittie and a Cougar is some innate unpretentious intellect? Why are construction workers on campus conveniently ignored as they craft the corridors of our leisure? Why is the entire fossil fuels industry demonized beyond the point of reasoned criticism, while elite tech firms (that employ scarcely any working class people or people of color) are idolized? Why are "townies" tarred as "sketch" and shunned from social gatherings, while serial sexual harassers embraced with open arms?

Whitman, it's time to think hard. These questions are going to make you uncomfortable, and this questioning might throw a wrench into your well-oiled business model, but this has got to happen.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on April 15th, 2015.  link  
dude, don't act like you're the only one who gets that the liberal-arts educational system (among everything else in this country) is fucked. we get it. but it's also the system we're stuck with, and as much as change might be needed, we have to keep operating in the meantime.

coming here with a list of systemic contradictions designed to make us feel uncomfortable isn't doing stuff, it's the same misguided intellectualism you seem to be criticizing. drop your sense of superiority, come up with some real solutions, and instead of ranting into the void of Whitman Encounters, work on actually implementing them. your (hypo)criticism holds little weight otherwise.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the morning on April 16th, 2015.  link  
The nonsequiters in this thread, man... well done, Whitman Encounters. You have reached peak incomprehensible angst.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past six in the evening on April 16th, 2015.  link  
^ is this intentionally ironic?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 16th, 2015.  link  
The office of civil rights will come and teach us the error of our quest for transcendence.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the evening on April 16th, 2015.  link  
Glad that other people are also waking up (or have already awoken...)
—Anonymous
Posted at eight o'clock in the evening on April 16th, 2015.  link  
WAKE UP SHEEPLE
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past two in the afternoon on April 17th, 2015.  link  
^ https://xkcd.com/1013/
—Anonymous
Posted at three o'clock in the afternoon on April 17th, 2015.  link  
What do you mean by not rape, but pretty bad?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 17th, 2015.  link  

Errybody—

      RAND PAUL 2016111111111

—Anonymous

Posted at half past ten in the evening on April 16th, 2015.  link   hide  
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CCl04d8W0AAAQVJ.png
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on April 17th, 2015.  link  

Seniors—

      Anything you wish you had known your first three years? any parting advice? special secrets?

—Anonymous

Posted at half past twelve in the evening on April 13th, 2015.  link   hide  
whiteman sux. it's not a secret to anybody
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eight in the evening on April 13th, 2015.  link  
Nor is it true. How about you work to improve what you don't like instead of trying to score anonymous edge points?
—Also, "White"man, good joke, never noticed that before
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on April 15th, 2015.  link  
1. Don't procrastinate. Ever! It may seem like a good idea. It's not.
2. Don't bottle up your emotions.
3. If you're depressed, tell someone.
4. If you're struggling with your work, ask for help.
5. Don't compare yourself to others.
6. Always leave time for the people and things you love.
7. Don't be too hard on yourself.
8. Own up to your mistakes, but then move on.
9. Eat healthily and always make time for exercise.
10. Stay organized.

I had a lot of good times in college, but I also lost pretty much all of my self-esteem because I let the stress of it get to me. The worst parts of me came out over these past few years, and I really wish I had just enjoyed it more, though nobody asks to be depressed. If you are, seek help. If I had done that sooner, I'd probably have a lot more good memories of college.
—If you're feeling this way, don't isolate yourself. Take the word of someone who has been there and is working on recovering.
Posted at a quarter to nine in the evening on April 15th, 2015.  link  

anon—

      there are certain individuals at this school who proclaim to be for women's rights and such, but in numerous instances, have taken full advantage of girls. You know who you are. I hope that when the office of civil rights finds out about these cases, they take action and stop this kind of behavior from continuously happening. It's not rape, but its quite bad. I know from experience with some of theses guys.

—Anonymous

Posted at half past one in the afternoon on April 15th, 2015.  link   hide  

Seniors!!!—

      Can everyone share their major's senior examination dates (thesis, orals, writtens, etc.)? Even if it is already passed. I want to know who is still in the struggle.

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on April 12th, 2015.  link   hide  
bio - orals and writtens have passed, thesis is due on reading day, thesis presentations still ongoing.
—Anonymous
Posted at ten o'clock in the evening on April 12th, 2015.  link  
Anthropology thesis is due today at 9:00 a.m.
Oral defense anytime in the next two weeks.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on April 12th, 2015.  link  
EH thesis due a week from yesterday. Orals on the 28th.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past eleven in the evening on April 13th, 2015.  link  
Politics honors kids are turning in theses on Friday at 5pm and have orals the next week.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past nine in the morning on April 15th, 2015.  link  

Girls—

      Is anyone looking for a casual relationship or hookup? I'm a male, friendly, experienced, and attractive. I'm looking for a good friend (with benefits), if that interests you. I am also down for something more serious, if the chemistry is right. Email below.

—Anonymous

Posted at one o'clock in the afternoon on April 14th, 2015.  link   hide  
Emailed.
—senior lady
Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on April 14th, 2015.  link  

Ladies staying this summer—

      I'm a tall, handsome, charismatic yet nerdy guy looking to make a friend during the summer.
Would anyone be down for hanging out, watching netflix, and sipping on wine/beer? Cuddling might be on the table, but only if there's enough chemistry.

—Anonymous

Posted at half past eight in the evening on April 13th, 2015.  link   hide  

Human vs Zombies...—

      ...is really freakin' fun! I wish more people joined, though...

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter past four in the afternoon on April 13th, 2015.  link   hide  

Advice on how to cope?—

      One of my parents smokes. In 2nd grade, when we started learning how dangerous it was in school, I broke down in tears in the middle of class, and that's how I've felt about it inside ever since. My parent has made it explicitly clear that they will never stop. It not only worries me, and makes me mentally prepare for a phone call that they have cancer or are dead from it, but I just wish they cared enough about themselves to stop. I'm not perfect either, I struggle with self-esteem and depression and my weight, but I'm finally doing something about it because I don't want diabetes or heart problems and I want to learn to love myself. My parent either thinks they are immune, or just feels that they can't stop and they feel that they deserve to die a horrible death, and that is just so awful to know. My parent also struggles with depression, and I'm pretty sure that they have resigned themselves to it because they don't love themselves enough to quit. I really hope they are one of the lucky ones that doesn't die from it, but statistics and facts are not on their side and it feels horrible to have to mentally prepare myself for that as they age. Everyone dies anyway, but I really don't want them to die from that, especially since they are addicted to it and aren't asking to die that way. I can't know this for sure, but I feel like they will have an enormous amount of regret and they will die hating themselves if they get a terminal illness from it. I try not to care since it only brings me down and they refuse to get help, but it's hard. And it's even worse when they call you controlling when you show any concern about it, as if you only brought it up to hurt them and you're not scared that you're going to lose them soon, and scared for them if they get sick. That's the addiction talking. It's so ugly and awful. I want to not care for my own sake, because they won't help themselves. How do you just not care about something like this? Whenever I see them, their skin and teeth look worse and worse and they cough all the time. I makes me so sad.

—Anonymous

Posted at ten o'clock in the evening on April 10th, 2015.  link   hide  
You're basically describing my dad. It sucks, to be sure, watching a parent slowly fall apart, but even though you do have the right to care, you don't need to hassle them about it. It will only create more anguish on both sides.

We all have to lose our parents eventually. It seems impossible and terrifying to a lot of us right now, but ultimately outliving our parents is less tragic than the alternative. My dad-- and, from what I'm reading here, probably your parent as well-- seems to be a lot more comfortable with that than we are. It's going to suck, but like anything else, you can get through it, and as bad as it looks, you probably still have plenty of time to spend with them. I recommend you make use of that-- and not squander it by fighting with your parent over their bad habits.
—Son of a depressed, diabetic smoker
Posted at half past twelve in the morning on April 13th, 2015.  link  

Girls—

      Do any of you want to have some sex? Y'know, just the usual p-in-the-v, nothing too scary.
Does this interest anyone?

—That time of year again

Posted at a quarter past eleven in the evening on April 3rd, 2015.  link   hide  
p in the v? what?
—WHAT
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on April 6th, 2015.  link  
i know right? they invented dildoes for a fucking reason
—fuck peevey sex
Posted at half past seven in the evening on April 6th, 2015.  link  
"there any y'all females wanna stick my piss fountain in their pleasure cave"
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eight in the evening on April 6th, 2015.  link  
Just to clarify, I'm really into ejaculating into vaginas (wearing protection of course). That's all I'm looking for. If you just want to use a dildo, that's fine by me, though.
Just wonderin'...
—OP
Posted at a quarter past nine in the evening on April 6th, 2015.  link  
^^^ hehehe "a fucking reason."
—I receive more pleasure from puns than from sex
Posted at a quarter to eight in the evening on April 7th, 2015.  link  
^ perv
—Anonymous
Posted at six o'clock in the morning on April 8th, 2015.  link  
Intercourse? Any takers?
—OP
Posted at half past seven in the morning on April 8th, 2015.  link  
Interested - email attached
—Anonymous
Posted at half past ten in the evening on April 10th, 2015.  link  

Does anyone else—

      Really like Walla Walla? I feel like many people at Whitman complain about being here without fulling realizing how great of a town Walla Walla is. The people are friendly, it's located in an absolutely beautiful area, and it has a lot to do for a town of its size. Sure, it has its problems (just like any city) but as a whole I feel like its a pretty great place that I could see myself living in someday. Thoughts?

—Someone who grew up in a large city

Posted at a quarter past seven in the evening on March 27th, 2015.  link   hide  
Walla Walla is a shitty town, even if it has some really great people.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the morning on March 28th, 2015.  link  
^ Don't be hatin', man. I might want to get out of here right now, but I'd really love to come back and raise a family, eventually.
—Townie
Posted at a quarter to four in the morning on March 28th, 2015.  link  
I've had people yell some nasty shit at me from cars when,I walk down the street about a dozen times and one of those times they actually pretended they were going to run me over. Nowhere else I've been in does this happen. Not to mention what a prison brings to the community, or that there is nothing to do here at all.
—Anonymous
Posted at eight o'clock in the morning on March 28th, 2015.  link  
I think they just do that to whitties sometimes. We don't have a great reputation with some Walla Wallans but are sometimes seen as entitled, smartass, birkenstocked pricks. When I decided on whitman, a family friend jokingly told me that when she sees me crossing Isaacs she won't try to run me over. But other than that I think it's a pretty swell town.
—twhittie
Posted at twelve o'clock in the evening on March 28th, 2015.  link  
Walla Walla's cool, but it has its pros and cons. I don't really like the pretentious touristiness that comes with all the wine (makes everything more expensive, too), but if it wasn't for that this place wouldn't look half as nice as it does. It's rural and has its foundations in agriculture, which means it is laid-back and conservative; personally i've lived around that my whole life but i could see how it would turn some ppl off.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on March 28th, 2015.  link  
I grew up in a very boring small town with literally nothing to do, and Walla Walla is actually bigger and more interesting than my hometown. I'm not sure if I'd want to live here because I'm hoping to settle near a city after graduation, but if it came down to it, I guess I wouldn't mind. It's an extremely gorgeous town, you have an interesting juxtaposition of rural culture and the urban culture that you get from Seattle and Portland transplants, and there are a lot of cute shops and restaurants. You have to drive to Tri-Cities or Portland or Seattle to find actual variety in clothes, but I'm used to doing that anyway, coming from podunkville. There are a lot of good restaurants here, you're close to nature, and the downtown is really beautiful and I love going there for an afternoon. This is the only small town in this area whose downtown wasn't completely killed by Walmart. There are very few small towns left that are as quaint and charming as this one, unless you're in Vermont, or Massachusetts, or somewhere like that. This is basically an oasis of that type of area in an otherwise very Republican agricultural area with the Tri-Cities as its main source of things to do. I can understand why 'city people' tend to be bored with this place, but trust me, it could be a lot worse! With the exception of towns on the beach or towns with bigger, more beautiful mountains, this is pretty much the best you can get when it comes to small towns.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the evening on April 10th, 2015.  link  

Just an observation—

      Some people here drive absurdely nice cars for college students. Just today I've seen students in their own Audi S5, brand-new Subaru WRX STI, Subaru BRZ, Volkswagen Touareg, Range Rover, etc...the list hours on and on. Some of those are some seriously expensive rides.

—Makes you realize how much money some people have at this place.

Posted at a quarter to seven in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link   hide  
Yeah...I'm middle-class, not upper-middle, just middle and that does make me self-conscious, given that I drive my parents' old Toyota.. Only one person has ever said anything rude about it. But because of that one encounter, I'm embarrassed whenever anybody sees it, even though I love that car. Most here are nice and would never do that, though. Whenever I feel self-conscious for not having a BMW, I remember that I am in the majority, most college students have old, beat-up, or used cars. Whitman just doesn't have a lot of people from average backgrounds.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eight in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
I should have said, most college students who have cars in the first place have old, beat-up, or used cars.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eight in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
Check your automotive privilege, shitlords
—So fucking triggered right now
Posted at nine o'clock in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
I've never had anyone say anything negative about my old, beat-up car. After all, I feel lucky enough just to have a car.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
I'm often struck by how loose people are with their cash or how flippantly they act about buying anything that I view as "expensive". As time has gone on I've learned that most people don't realize their own economic luck so I try to ignore it.

But yeah, as someone who pays their own car insurance I'm very envious of people who can afford something nicer than my 16 year old beat up little economy car.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past ten in the evening on April 9th, 2015.  link  
Yeah, I've only ever paid for the gas. I got the car for free and felt very lucky for it. I was very hurt when my friend made a careless remark about the quality of the car, but I let it go because they didn't mean it. Anyway, just having a car at all is a privilege and I wasn't trying to whine about my 15-year-old Toyota. I love my car. I even named it, haha. The theme I mostly identified with was realizing that you're amongst extreme amounts of wealth and feeling weird about it, even if said wealthy people don't intend to make you feel that way. Any situation where you feel out of place can be uncomfortable. It's useless to compare yourself to others as it only hurts you in the long run, but that is way easier said than done.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the evening on April 10th, 2015.  link  
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