Faith Morrison, the new artistic director of dance at Willamette, is spearheading a collaborative and experimental Fall Dance Concert with a broad lineup of dance styles.
“This show is a collection of student, faculty and guest artist work, bringing together different choreographers,” said Morrison.
Nov. 4, 6:13 p.m. (WISH): Campus Safety received a report of an individual’s items being vandalized. An officer responded and met with the student. A report was filed.
Emergency Medical Aid
Nov. 7, 7:20 p.m. (in a campus residence): Campus Safety was contacted after a student
Aries: The moon enters Gemini on Nov. 13, bringing an air of play and exploration. On Nov. 15, the moon enters defensive Cancer before entering proud Leo on Nov. 17, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself wanting attention. Mars goes into Scorpio on
With the month of November in full swing, various organizations on and near campus are finding ways to give back to the community through food drives, service events and community meals. Community Service Learning (CSL), the Marion Polk Food Share and Mission of
Service animals are an active part of Willamette’s campus, and it is important that people treat them with respect. Naturally, seeing an animal gets a person excited, but sometimes being cautious of one’s actions is necessary.
More often than not, it is easy to assume
Mental health is an important issue for college students. Between classes, jobs, extracurriculars, planning their futures and navigating the adult world for the first time in their lives, they can end up overwhelmed by responsibilities. But if you’re a student having trouble keeping up
It seems like just yesterday that Vine was the ruling short-form video social media app. But since Twitter bought the app and discontinued it, TikTok has replaced Vine as the short video social media giant. For those of you who might be feeling
Every spring, Willamette Housing becomes central to campus operations as their office coordinates the transition to the next year’s living accommodations. Traditionally, WU has enforced a component of gender segregation in their roommate matching process. In years past, the housing forms sent to
On Monday, Nov. 4, the Athletics Department had a culture-building event focused on coaching careers after college. At 8 p.m., rows of the Ford Theater Room were filled with athletes from a handful of sports. They all came to have a discussion with a
Men’s basketball's Head Coach Kip Ioane treats the beginning of every new season like the beginning of an untouched puzzle: “You’re trying to figure out how these 20 humans fit together here. Does that same puzzle hold when you go on the court,