Students of the 2019 class of American Studies Program (ASP) have arrived at Willamette, where they will spend the next year studying abroad. The 96 students from Tokyo International University (TIU) make up the 31st cohort of TIU students to travel to
Emergency Medical Aid
Jan. 26, 10:32 a.m. (Lausanne Hall): An officer received a call about a suspicious individual sleeping on a bench between Lausanne and the Mill Stream. After making contact, the individual requested paramedics be called. The officers contacted Salem Fire and they took over.
A photo of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam in either blackface or a Ku Klux Klan outfit has gone viral, putting national pressure on him to resign.
The photo is from his 1984 medical school yearbook and shows one man in black face standing next
One of Willamette’s a cappella groups, Headband, recently had the opportunity to compete at the collegiate level in one of the top a cappella competitions in the country. The International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) is hosted by an organization known at
Question: How would you describe the work that you do?
Anne DeLessio-Parson: I’m trained as a sociologist and I have a Master’s in political science. I think I would describe my work as in-line with having a global perspective. In terms of identities, I
Need a break from the dining halls? Want to feed your friends for a special occasion, or just want to try your hand at cooking? Below are three easy to make vegetarian recipes under $25 that will please a crowd of hungry Willamette students.
Streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu may seem ubiquitous nowadays, but that hasn’t always been the case. Netflix is the oldest of the three, starting out as a DVD rental service in 1997. Prime followed in 2005, and Hulu in 2007. Now,
The Outdoor Program (ODP) has come a long way in terms of serving the Willamette community. The ODP started as a few individuals using personal vehicles to conduct a trip every once in a while. Today, we send out three to four trips
For WU students looking to make a quick extra $20 to $50 while still helping people, you’re in luck, because your plasma is in high demand. You do not even have to travel far to do it either. Two establishments in Salem, CSL
During winter break, the women’s basketball team played nine games, going 4-5 during that span. On Dec. 17, they lost at home in a low-scoring exhibition game against Carroll College, 58-33. Junior Drew Farmer provided a strong game in the loss, recording eight
The WU swim team kept pushing themselves to the limit during winter break, resulting in two rewarding wins against George Fox University and Pacific University. In the most recent swimming meet against second place Linfield College, which was also senior night, the
Rachel Fischer and Vonni Spigai,
Willamette students who choose to participate in intramural sports, despite heavy academic workload, are surprisingly dedicated. The program sees many of the same students of various backgrounds and competitiveness come back season after season, becoming very invested in winning their
The men’s basketball team played several games over the winter break, winning five and losing a few close games. While the team currently has six wins compared to 13 losses, Willamette has stayed competitive throughout the season and its players have continued to play
Less than two weeks ago, a Native American activist named Nathan Phillips of the Omaha People went viral as he stood face-to-face with a Catholic high school student named Nick Sandmann. Videos and images from the event circulated widely online, launching a new
On Tuesday, Jan. 22, the Supreme Court announced a 5-4 vote that transgender individuals would no longer be allowed to serve in the U.S. military, solidifying a policy proposed by Trump on Twitter in July 2017. The court announced that it would move forward
The generation of current college students, on the cusp between Millennials and Generation Z, is in a unique position to redefine how they interacted with political discourse. Although access to technology and the instantaneous nature of digital communication has given college students the
Try rethinking your approach
What words come to mind when you hear the phrase “New Year’s resolution?” Ineffective? Impossible? Failure? If so, then you are likely among the multitude of people who have been defeated by their resolutions or were unable to make them last