My lovely old piano teacher plays me graceful etudes in the key of A. Whenever I’m in town, I visit him and ask the doctor kindly how he’s been. We each sit on a sofa, with a sea of books and scores of music in between. Our rhythmic conversation often seems a little reminiscent of a scene from last year’s call and ones preceding that. He’s always so professionally clad,...
When a woman died today, Samedi told me to take her pulse. I quietly felt her right wrist and said, “None,” but then, with the anxiety of pronouncing death being too much for me to do alone, I asked Samedi to take it, too — because calling death almost feels like killing. Who will be the one to say there’s no hope for life here, to give up, to decide it’s over? No...
This video was put together by the Associated Students of Walla Walla University (ASWWU). Whether you graduated last month or will be starting college in the fall, know that being unsure of your future is normal, and you will make it through this period of uncertainty. And seriously: don’t panic.
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget...– ~ Maya Angelou Our goal at Walla Walla University is to make you feel as if walking onto our campus is like coming home. We consistently get good marks for friendliness from campus visitors, and even have a stretch of sidewalk we call “Hello Walk” in front of the administration building...