As the Collegian reported earlier this month, some students, concerned they are not receiving the same quality of education and resources they would have if classes were not moved online, have been publicly advocating for tuition refunds for the spring 2020 semester. In an
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is working remotely to provide residents with entertaining and remote events while also working with other campus organizations to provide students with support and resources.
RHA’s General Assembly meets weekly to brainstorm and plan events, along with other ways
Willamette’s Mark O. Hatfield Library is accepting contributions to its new special collection, titled “COVID: Experiences, Thoughts & Feelings.” Students, faculty and staff members may contribute pieces of work that reflect their experiences living through the COVID-19 pandemic. The collection, which is the first
As students either approach or pass their one month marker of sheltering in place, it’s easy to point out how much life has changed and perhaps even easier to point out the negative changes. Friends who expected months together are now miles apart,
Social distancing orders have changed many different facets of day to day life. But one of the most glaring ways that social distancing can cause tension is during grocery shopping. With stores regulating the number of people inside at a time and putting
April 17-23, 2020
Possession of a Controlled Substance
April 20, 11:30 p.m. (Doney Hall): Campus Safety received a call requesting found cannabis and paraphernalia be picked up. An officer responded and the items were confiscated. A report was filed.
April 17, 12:22 p.m. (Matthews parking lot): Campus
It can seem a little impossible to stay positive these days. The year so far has seemed to provide blow after blow (Australia on fire, worries of World War III, etc.), with COVID-19 being the biggest and baddest. The world is all
COVID-19 has forced Willamette students to choose between staying on campus or going back home. Even though Willamette’s dorms have remained open, most students decided to head back home rather than stay on campus. With most students now home, many have had to deal
Collages depicting scenes from the popular game Animal Crossings: New Horizons. Image: Dani Garcia-King Collages depicting scenes from the popular game Animal Crossings: New Horizons. Image: Dani Garcia-King
On March 23, Governor Kate Brown ordered Oregon residents to stay at home
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As the school year comes to an end, two Willamette University football players have learned they qualified for a national honor society. The Hampshire Honor Society, sponsored by the National Football Foundation (NFF), is for collegiate football players of all divisions