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
By Madelyn Jones
Last week, the campus of Willamette University was informed of devastating news via The Collegian article, “Transfer student-athlete previously found responsible for sexual misconduct now attends Willamette.”
This news has left numerous students with difficult to process emotions, and it may have
By Dorian Grayson
How many studies about coffee have you read about? As a social institution, science is trusted to be humanity’s foremost truth-seeking endeavor. When a new study comes out, outlets often lean on science’s credibility and take the conclusion of the study as
By Jarod Todeschi
Sunday, Jan. 28, live from New York City’s Madison Square Garden, was the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, music’s self-appointed biggest night. This year’s Grammys were the first to enact various voting and process changes after audience backlash from the last three years.
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. For many, it is when they discover a love for
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports we will cover many of the organizations that get overlooked during the hectic fall season. There was plenty to be excited for, especially the return of a ferocious golfer.
The NBA just announced its All-Star rosters for its