Reed Bertran, Staff Writer
Hosted in the Cone Field House on campus and boasting an attendance of over 800, this year’s Lū‘au was home to a myriad of entertainment, delicious food and a sense of community unique to the event.
Guests entering Sparks were greeted
Sophie Smith, Editor-in-Chief
Willamette administrators held a town hall on Wednesday, April 24 to offer the community a response to STEAM’s demands, a list of nine grievances concerning what some believe to be institutional injustices within the University.
In February, a group known as
MADELYN JONES, MANAGING EDITOR
The College of Liberal Arts did not schedule classes for Wednesday, April 24 to encourage students to participate in the annual Student Scholarship Recognition Day (SSRD), an event featuring presentations and performances from students to showcase their academic projects from throughout
BROOKE COX,STAFF WRITER
Willamette’s SOAR Center, or Students Organizing for Access to Resources Center, will be in a new location in fall of 2019. This move marks a long-awaited shift as the needs of the Center have evolved. The new location will be the old
BROOKE COX STAFF WRITER
Copper flowers and steel sculptures positioned carefully on pedestals stood in the middle of the white-walled room. Along the walls were several student-created art projects, ranging from monoprints and glass prints to hung cardboard and silicon sculptures. As the art exhibition
SOPHIE GOODWIN-RICE, NEWS EDITOR
The organization formerly known as the Green Fund has undergone significant changes this semester. The grant funding committee is changing its name to the Community Action Fund for Equity and Sustainability (CAFES), and will be incorporating the Atkinson Graduate School of
To the Willamette Community,
We would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is occupied territory of the Kalapuya.
The community that we are a part of is built on generations of hopes, dreams and vitality of people from around
Possession of Controlled Substance
April 20, 11:06 p.m. (Kaneko Commons): Campus Safety received a call from staff requesting pick up of found paraphernalia. An officer responded and the items were retrieved.
April 19, 11:36 a.m. (University Apartments): Campus Safety received a call that an individual was
Anna Ullmann, Staff Writer
Willamette has many students from diverse backgrounds and situations. One situation that is often overlooked is of being a first-generation college student. Two of WU’s first-generation students were willing to share their unique challenges that may not be widely known.
NICK SABATINI, LIFESTYLES EDITOR
Making travel arrangements can be confusing, expensive and difficult. While some Willamette students may have already made travel arrangements for this summer, others have yet to do so. For those who are still figuring out how they will travel, here