A screening of the documentary “BAM! Chicago’s Black Arts Movement” was held in Smullin Theater in Ford on Wednesday, Feb. 12. This film is centered around the flourishing Black Art Movement in Chicago through the 1960s and well into the 1980s. The 50-minute documentary,
As many students know, there are numerous places on campus to get homework done. Some of them work better as a spot to catch up with friends, while others are reserved for the focused students trying to finish their assignments or study for exams.
Many know Willamette to be a place where professors show commitment to their students and create productive and engaging environments in their classrooms. Wallace Long, professor of choral music, is no exception to this.
Long has been teaching at Willamette for 37 years, and recently
Aries: Pisces season begins on Feb. 19, putting you in a spot to embrace your emotions. The moon goes into Aquarius on Feb. 20; don’t judge yourself for feeling different. On Feb. 23, there’s a new moon in Pisces, asking you to recognize your
This past weekend, Feb. 13-16, Willamette’s swim teams participated in the 2020 Northwest Conference Swimming Championships. The team went into the meet with a high level of confidence, as senior Derek Ludwig notes, “We looked so strong and fast as a team and
Content warning: This article discusses suicide.
An exercise and health science major, McGonigle decided to address men’s mental health and suicide as his senior thesis topic after losing a close male friend to suicide during his first year of college. Unfortunately, McGonigle’s loss is
Throughout their athletic careers, student-athletes are constantly reminded that they must keep up with their academics in order to retain their eligibility. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) states that all college student-athletes must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or
Around this time of year, you may notice an abundance of heart -shaped balloons, chocolates and cards crowding grocery store aisles and T.V. ads. But Willamette students report that the holiday just doesn’t cut it.
Valentine’s Day’s consumeristic focus creates a narrow
The Academy Awards come around once every year, and just as timely are the articles that decry the show’s lack of diverse nominees; like in past years, the 2019 Oscar nominations were overwhelmingly white and male, although there were exceptions. This year had
After two years of conversation among student, faculty and administrative representatives, Willamette University is changing the name of its College of Liberal Arts (CLA) to the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), a change which will be effective this upcoming fall term.