Willamette has adopted and implemented new general education (Gen Ed) requirements that students must meet in order to graduate. These changes have been in effect since the start of the fall semester. The updated Liberal Arts distribution system is broken into four mandatory one-credit
Sept. 13, 8:30 p.m. (Off Campus): Campus Safety was contacted after a student reported they had been assaulted on their way back from Safeway a few days prior. A homeless person asked a student for money. When the student refused, the suspect became agitated and
To many, Blitz the Bearcat is a mysterious mascot. Despite Blitz’s continued presence on campus, some Willamette students question how the mascot represents WU as a whole.
One Willamette student, Alex Bamberger (‘23), said, “Blitz the Bearcat certainly wasn’t my first choice, but I’m sure
The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion will present the findings from February’s Campus Climate Study survey at this week’s convocation, which will be held in Ford Hall’s Kremer Board Room at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Last semester, all Willamette University students,
Elizabeth Hyde,Staff Writer
Geffrey Davis visited Willamette on Tuesday, Sep. 11 to read from his new critically-acclaimed book of poetry titled "Night Angler." This was the first reading in Hallie Ford's 2019 Literary Series. PC: Andrew Kilgore
Students assembled in Eaton 209 to hear
Reed Bertran, Staff Writer
Upon returning to Willamette for the 2019 fall semester, College of Liberal Arts students were welcomed by the sight of the newly renovations completed on the first floor of the Putnam University Center (UC). These renovations, which revamped the flooring of
Reed Bertran,Staff WriterMadelyn Jones,News Editor
Ed Whipple now holds the dual titles of vice president of Student Affairs and dean of students for the College of Liberal Arts. This change of staff within the Office of Student Affairs was prompted by the resignation
Sept. 6, 12:24 p.m. (Jackson Plaza): While on patrol, an officer noticed a suspicious individual. The officer watched the individual until they were off campus.
Sept. 8, 8:28 p.m. (Halle Ford Museum of Art): While on patrol, an officer encountered a transient camping outside of
Ivy Yeoh, Staff writer
Willamette University played Caltech this Friday, Sep. 13 at Sparks Field. WU shut out Caltech 3-0, bringing Willamette's overall record to 3-0-2 this season.
Right off the bat, WU played an aggressive offense, with two shot attempts coming within the first 10
Britt Shunn-Mitchell, Contributor
Trinity University came all the way from San Antonio, TX to play against Willamette’s women’s soccer team on Sunday, Sep. 15 at East Field on the University of Pudget Sound’s campus. The game was full of great plays for both teams, but