Public transit is a frequent mode of transportation used by college students, and Willamette students are no different. The Amtrak Train Station, located just across 13th St., and the Cherriots Bus Station, about a twelve-minute walk northwest of the campus, are both accessible options
Students on campus who enjoy music, concerts or watching performances will have multiple opportunities to watch Willamette University jazz and choral groups perform this upcoming week. Willamette’s Jazz Collective will be performing this Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Rogers Rehearsal Hall.
Mercury Retrograde Update: Everything still sucks but you’re gonna be okay!
Aries: While the moon is still in soft and romantic Pisces, take a few moments to daydream and think about what you want. Once the moon enters your sign on Nov. 8, it
Willamette @ Lewis & Clark
Sophomore Emily Blackburn scored WU’s only goal.
Willamette @ Pacific Lutheran
Next week’s match:
11/9: Whitworth at Willamette
11/10: Whitman at Willamette
Willamette @ Whitworth
Sophomore Ryan Sato scored within the first 10 minutes.
Willamette @ Whitman
Senior Patrick Charlton scored
Intramural sports provide every Willamette student the opportunity to participate in organized athletics, no matter their skill or knowledge of the sport. Leagues are grouped into categories such as co-ed, men’s, beginner and competitive so students have the choice to join the group
The Willamette University Womxn’s Rugby Club faced off against Southern Oregon University (SOU) this past Saturday, Nov. 2, on the Quad for two matches of sevens rugby. Sevens rugby is similar to regular fifteens rugby, but with some key differences. Only seven people
Much like the video game industry itself, the Esports Club at Willamette University is a group of people trying to make competitive gaming available to anyone who wants to get involved. Esports Club President Alejandro Garcia Iboa said, “Esports are unique and special
The Northwest Conference (NWC) swim season officially started with Willamette University’s first dual meet last Friday, Nov. 1, against Pacific Lutheran University. First-year Will Compton had a strong performance at the meet, placing second in the 200-yard butterfly and third in the 200-yard freestyle.
Daylight savings had been around in one form or another for several decades when it was officially adopted during World War I as a way to maximize daylight hours. According to National Geographic, the Uniform Time Act of 1966 made it so that