Creative culture on campus: Artists are all around us
by Madelyn Jones
Being a student on a college campus means experiencing the discovery, growth and perseverance of the the people around you. It is a time when people are finding and developing their passions.
To whom it may concern,
I have read your recent article pertaining to the sexual assault case brought up against the transfer student.
To begin, this is a fellow student that you are outing without his permission. I completely understand that the female in this scenario
Heather and Holly,
I just wanted to voice my sincere gratitude as an individual for the piece you wrote in the Collegian. I am so proud to know that there are people on this campus taking a stand against assault and its pervasive nature on college
By Phillip Amur
The president of the United States is an individual from whom we expect everything, as William G. Howell discusses in his book Thinking About The Presidency, The Primacy of Power. Our president, along with all elected officials, is charged with maintaining economic prosperity,
By Amarit Ubhi
There is something about the way in which we use and frame our opinions in discussions that hinders our process of having a meaningful discussion. I am not saying that opinions should not have a space in discussion; after all, much of
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
Nobody wants to be awoken in the middle of the night by a loud alarm. Then again, nobody wants to be swept away by a tsunami, blown off by a tornado or demolished by a nuclear missile either. At the same time,
By Brett Youstey
Climate change should not be a partisan issue. Yale Climate Opinion Maps show that as of 2016, 69 percent of americans believe in global warming. While a third of americans are still in denial, the public disagreement on climate change has shifted
By Ryleigh Norgrove
Yesterday, I was called out as a “wannabe feminist” via facebook post. I, Ryleigh Norgrove, am a wannabe feminist in the same way that global warming is a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese. It is just plain wrong. Feminism is a
By Sara Fullerton
For many students involved or interested in environmental sciences, Zena, a 305 acre Willamette-owned property just over 10 miles from campus, provides an outlet that actualizes academic content and empowers impactful hands-on work.
Zena holds value for all sorts of learning and
By Julia Di Simone
Trigger Warning: descriptions of anxiety and panic attacks.
I struggled with near-constant anxiety for years before I realized what was happening to me. If you recognize yourself in this story, I hope you can learn that mental health struggles are serious and