On Monday, March 16, Willamette’s period of online learning was extended to the end of the semester based on new Oregon Health Authority (OHA) guidances. Many University departments, including Housing, have had to adapt quickly to the measures the University has taken against
Like many groups, both on and off campus, the Collegian is taking measures to protect the safety and security of our staffers during this uncertain time. To allow all employees to work remotely, we have decided to forego printed issues and only publish online
Since early last week, University officials have been working overtime to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and to comply with the directions of local and federal health agencies. Already, major changes have rocked campus, most notably the decision to transition all classes
While the Willamette community has been experiencing many changes due to COVID-19, including a transition to distance learning and the cancellation of numerous events, the Climate Action Alliance is still dedicated to advocating for green policies and planning.
“This shouldn’t mean that we should
Last week, Community Service Learning (CSL) and a variety of organizations at Willamette University participated in a Food Justice campaign that seeks to address and combat issues such as food disparity and food insecurity. Throughout the week, a food audit, convocation and food
March 6-12, 2020
March 8, 7:03 p.m. (Goudy Commons): A student reported being assaulted while walking on the sidewalk outside of Goudy. She was walking along when three highschool aged males ran by her and one of them hit her in the face with a cupcake,
COVID-19 cuts short Willamette athletes’ seasons
Senior athletes experienced a myriad of emotions when they first heard that all spring athletic events would be canceled on March 12.
Some were shocked, like senior baseball athlete Ben Whitten: “I was completely stunned. I knew [COVID-19 is]
As Willamette University moves classes online for the rest of the semester due to COVID-19, questions are being raised about what will become of future Willamette events. At the beginning of March, athletes at thousands of institutions across the country were looking forward
Willamette has offered “All You Care to Eat” (AYCE) meals since before some current first-years were born, and for the majority of that time they’ve been very popular among students. There are two categories of currency in a typical Willamette meal plan: meal points
Angel Park My goal as Vice President of the Associated Students of Willamette University is to represent all students and working to make ASWU efficient and effective for the student voice in official matters on campus, making it an open and collaborative organization for