The weather is warming up, students are spending more time outside and the trees are growing back their leaves. Spring is almost here. The grounds crew is working to make spring beautiful for those at Willamette: four years ago, they replaced annual flowers with
Dr. Danielle Cadena Deulen has many titles: author, podcaster, mother and associate professor of English at Willamette. However, this is Deulen’s last semester at Willamette before moving to Georgia to teach poetry and start up a creative nonfiction program at Georgia State University. She
Technology surrounds people every day and impacts life in a variety of ways. Students spend most of their days using technology, writing essays, searching the internet, updating social media and messaging friends or professors for various reasons. Laptops, tablets and cellphones offer endless connection.
Emergency Medical Aid
Feb. 28, 2:27 p.m. (Collins Science): Campus Safety received a call reporting a student who was unconscious. An officer responded and evaluated the student. Paramedics were contacted and responded. The student felt well enough to return to class.
Feb. 28, 5:52 p.m. (Sparks Center):
Aries: The moon enters Scorpio on March 12, so feel free to dig deep into what your motivations are. The moon then moves into fellow fire sign Sagittarius on March 14, giving you inspiration to move freely in a way that feels right. On
Willamette is continuously adding former student-athletes to the Willamette Athletics hall of fame, but the process of getting into the hall of fame is not often talked about. Athletic Director Rob Passage explained how athletes are chosen and what it means to be
As Willamette spring season sports head into the middle part of their seasons, the baseball team has started to find their rhythm and win some key conference games. As it currently stands, the team has an 8-8 record, most recently playing rival Linfield
For first-year Ashley Medina, softball has always been a family affair. She started playing softball when she was 12 years old, wanting to get involved with the sport that her younger brothers had been playing.
“My brothers have been playing since they were three
Willamette’s campus buzzed with excitement over the last week about the highly anticipated Black Tie dinner and dance. On Saturday, Feb. 29, Willamette Events Board hosted Black Tie at the Salem Convention Center. The dinner portion of the event began at 6:30 p.m. and the
Willamette Career Development recently began offering presentations to student organizations on campus, each tailored to the specific needs of the requesting group. There are a large variety of presentation topics that can be requested, including resume workshops, cover letter workshops and networking. The