Sophie Goodwin-Rice, News Editor
Members of Oregon's Indigenous communities performed throughout the event. PC: Daniel King
The 17th Annual Social Pow Wow, which was held in Cone Field House last Saturday, focused on community and education.
The pow wow was a sprawling event that had
Brooke Cox, Staff Writer
With spring approaching and the college application process ending, it’s that time of year when potential Bearcats come to visit. Willamette’s Bearcat Days are back and ready to welcome prospective students to campus.
Thursday, March 14 began the first Bearcat Days of
Bryce O’Connor, Staff Writer
The “backlog” of untested rape kits — a package used to collect DNA evidence following a sexual assault — is estimated to include well over 100,000 kits in the U.S., according to the Joyful Heart Foundation. These untested kits leave survivors
Madelyn Jones, Editor-In-Chief
The Willamette English Department unveiled a revamp to the major that includes significant differences in course offerings and thesis projects. Professor Danielle Deulen invited prospective and current English majors and minors to an event on March 12 to discuss the changes.
Sophie Smith, Managing Editor
Last month, the STEAM Collective hosted a town hall in which the group presented its petition of grievances and demands to students and University administrators. One of the Collective’s nine demands addressed Willamette’s fraternity and sorority system, saying, “A review of
March 11, 11:40 a.m. (Jackson Plaza): A student called about two suspicious individuals soliciting students in Jackson Plaza. An officer made contact with them and were directed to Campus Safety to get clarification for their questions. Campus Safety explained to them that soliciting is
Nick Sabatani, Lifestyles Editor
Many Willamette students may complain about the lack of weekend activities in Salem. However, with the warmer weather coming, there is no better time to go have fun outside. One popular attraction outside of Salem will be opening for
Anna Ullmann, Staff Writer
One of the most talked about effects of freshman year is the “Freshman 15.” This refers to a pattern of weight gain of around 15 pounds that occurs during a student’s first year of college. However, this is not entirely accurate
Claire Alongi, Staff Writer
This past week, the world experienced massive news coverage of the New Zealand Christchurch shooting, the investigation of the Boeing 737 Max and the biggest college admissions scam in U.S. history involving celebrities. Information has been dispatched by text, phone notifications,
Nick Sabatini, Lifestyles Editor
College marks a time of independence for an individual. For the first time in many people’s lives, they are thrust into the world, where they are required to care of and make decisions for themselves. Although this level of independence is