Sophie Smith, Editor-in-chief
In response to a host of budgetary challenges caused by Covid-19, Willamette University is cutting its costs by about 10 percent, according to the Salem Reporter. Chief among these cuts are the layoffs of 37 employees, the furloughs of another 80, salary
In a recent Campus Safety report published in the Collegian, it was noted that a tree in the Botanical Gardens had been mysteriously felled on the night of April 14. Since the report’s April 21 publication, Grounds Manager Jim Andersen has discovered that, in
Willamette rewind: Seniors share their favorite memories, advice to former selves and future plans
What is your favorite Willamette memory or event?
Bella Green: The day the Bearcat Pantry opened was definitely the pinnacle of my Willamette experience. It was this culmination of so much work that
On April 23, Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) president Hiroshi Takahashi announced that TIUA would be closing for the time being, and students in the American Studies Program (ASP) left campus shortly thereafter. In an email, TIUA Director of Administration Toru Tanabe
Sophie Smith, editor-in-chief
Jasper Jones, news editor
Much has changed at Willamette since the class of 2020 first gathered on campus. In the last four years, beloved events and traditions like Wulapalooza and Cat Cavern lunches have come to an end, but new groups and resources like
News editor and former editor-in-chief, lifestyles editor and staff writer
Has worked for the Collegian for three and a half years
Q: What advice would you give to future Collegian staff members?
A: If you really dedicate yourself to journalism and making work you are proud
After a long search to find the College of Liberal Arts’ new vice president for Student Affairs and dean of students, Lisa Landreman has been hired to assume these positions.
Currently, Landreman is finishing her final weeks at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI,
April 24-30, 2020
April 30, 8:31 p.m. (Kaneko Commons): While on patrol, an officer noticed a candle burning inside a room visible from the window outside. The officer and a residential advisor (RA) made contact with the residents and reminded them that candles are never
University Chaplain and Professor of Religious Studies
“Be open and curious about what life is bringing you—don't close off to possibility. My colleague Omid Safi asks the question: What if you knew that you would be blessed, but not through whom or how? Look for
The last four years of Willamette athletics have had a little bit of everything: the creation of a new team, coaching changes, record-breaking performances and playoff appearances. Amidst everything that has occured in the last four years, the class of 2020’s student athletes