Cynthia Ramirez (‘20) is the Willamette Events Board (WEB) president, politics major, currently working on her senior thesis and baker of the popular white chocolate matcha cookies at the Bistro.
She joined WEB her junior year after helping friends in WEB put on an
Though the palm tree-clad cups and secret “Animal-Style” menu may be familiar to some, the newly opened In-N-Out now provides all Willamette students and Salem-Keizer community members with a taste of the Californian cult classic.
The shiny new In-N-Out doors opened on Dec. 12, 2019
The Phil Hanni Student Scholar Award is right around the corner, with the application deadline for this opportunity to present student research and creative work set for March. 9 and the results announcement scheduled for March. 16.
Established in 2013, the award honors six
Feb. 13, 6:00 p.m. (Winter Street): Campus Safety received a call from an employee reporting their vehicle had been broken into. The individuals ran off after the car was started remotely as the victim was returning to their vehicle. Officers and Facilities responded and
While approximately 75 percent of undergraduate students come from out-of-state, according to the Office of Admissions, many students find the opportunity to engage with local politics through University-structured engagement and internship opportunities. There are a number of motivations students might have for getting
The Gender Resource Advocacy Center (GRAC) now offers a program called Binders for Bearcats. Through this program, trans and gender non-conforming students can order a chest binder and the GRAC will provide it free of charge.
This program is made possible largely through the
Living in the Pacific Northwest is a label that many young people and students wear with pride. The Pacific Northwest, or the PNW, as it has been affectionately named, is loved for its wild nature, easily accessible hikes and green landscape. Willamette University’s proximity
SOMETHING NEW: I pulled a tarot card for each sign this week, as there are few lunar and planetary movements occurring.
Aries: The moon goes into Taurus on Feb. 28, so let yourself feel whatever you’re going through and sit still with yourself. The moon
As Willamette spring sports begin to start their seasons, women’s lacrosse looks to make their second season debut on March. 3 against Aurora University. The team has been practicing since last October, which is when the National Collegiate Athletics Association allows them to participate in
After a semester of Monday night workshops on many different topics, this month, the Athletics Department is focusing on professional development. There will be a workshop every Thursday from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. with different focuses that all tie in to professional development. Associate