By Jerome Sader and Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale On Wednesday, April 15, the Health and Wellness club orchestrated a cooking class with the help of Bon Appétit’s General Manager Chris Linn and Executive Chef Joshua Green. [caption id="attachment_8628" align="alignright" width="300"] Bon Appétit Executive Chef Joshua Green taught the healthy

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By Katie Dobbs ety focus group was formed as a result of a suggestion from the President’s Working Group on Sexual Assault and Harassment committee report. Co-chaired by ASWU President Andrés Oswill and Director of Campus Safety and Card Services Ross Stout, the group consists of

Extended Thanksgiving break postponed to 2016            by Zane Sparling Saturday market madness    by Christine Smith Campo’s afraid of the dark by Shannon Sollitt No sleep til thesis    by Kate Piluso How we baited your clicks   

Over caffeinated By Kate Piluso Somehow, I keep finding myself drinking large caffeinated beverages in the late afternoon with complete disregard for my sleep schedule. You’d think I’d have learned the consequences of my actions by now, but each time that 3:38 p.m. lull hits me, I’m

By Marjorie Meeks Most people who know me would tell you I’m not an angry person. Exasperated? Probably. Frustrated? Usually. Loud? Painfully so. But not angry. Not the voice-raising, temper-flaring kind of angry that causes people you know to back away slowly and people you don’t know to side-eye you

EDITORIAL If you haven’t been paying attention, willamettecollegian.com received a drastic makeover last semester. On the homepage, we ditched a clunky, slow-loading PDF of each issue in favor of an aggregate model that links each story to a individualized web page and unique url. Since then, we’ve seen

By Maggie Boucher What does it mean to be a woman? The antebellum decades of the nineteenth century were dominated by “The Cult of True Womanhood,” the notion that womanly virtue resided in piety, purity, submissiveness and domesticity. After that came the idea of the “new