By Carrie Fox
Recently, award-winning Salvadoran American poet, activist and teacher Willy Palomo came to Willamette to speak and lead a workshop for students in Latinx Communication Studies, that I had the opportunity to partake in. He lead us through exercises on performance techniques and
By Julia Di Simone
You already know that there are cancer-causing carcinogens in cigarettes and alcohol. However, even if you don’t frequently smoke or drink, you can still be exposed to toxic chemicals when you swipe on deodorant in the morning. In a documentary screening
By Heather Pearson
Last week, the United States and South Africa mourned the 90th birthday of the late Maya Angelou and the recent death of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Two famous and complex black activists, the passing of each carries differing meaning for different communities.
By Kellen Bulger
Last week it was announced that the Board of Trustees approved a four percent increase in tuition for the 2018-19 academic year, meaning the current price will move from $47,840 to $49,750.
In a statement released by University Communications, a few details
By Natalie Roadarmel
This year, the Green Fund committee received a total of ten annual grants. This is more grants than they have ever received in the past, which totaled to more funds than the Green Fund had to offer. In the end, seven of
By Quinlyn Manfull
Headlines are abound regarding a trade war between the United States and China. Last week, Trump announced $100 billion in new tariffs on Chinese products. The potential for a trade war has been looming for almost a year now, dating back to
By Benjamin Love
Following the Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU) meeting that took place on Thursday, April 5.
President Jack Wellman spoke on the ASWU Student Portal that has just launched. The ASWU Student Portal, located on the WU Portal, is a student only
Marching to the beat of their own drum: bands on campus
by Sara Fullerton
In my mind, bands have often existed as somewhat elusive, intimidating entities. I have always loved playing music, but sensed a fundamental divide between my own musical enthusiasm and the skill