By Katie Dobbs
The scene is set.
The scenario: a 7.0 magnitude earthquake shakes Willamette, causing a man to lose control of his car and crash into Prothero classroom in Sparks.
Several people are injured and in need of care. WEMS is dispatched at 9:13 a.m.
By Emily Hoard
e department will preview its dance performance, “Veracity,” which will run from Nov. 14 to Nov. 22.
“Veracity” will include modern, ballet, tap and aerial dance styles. The perfromance features choreography from students, faculty and visiting instructors.
“Veracity’s” artistic director Jessi Fouts is
By Alyssa Milstead
Starting this week, Bishop Wellness Center is conducting a live audit to gather feedback on their level of transgender and gender queer inclusivity. During the live audit, Willamette students can fill out a survey about their visit.
Researchers have found that 28 percent of
Board ponders housing for two fraternities
By Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
From Nov. 9 to Nov. 11, the Greek Housing Board will meet to review applications submitted by Beta Theta Pi and Sigma Chi, two fraternities applying for residential living space in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Associate Dean of Campus
ASWU debates bills
By Maximilian Nohr
On Thursday, Nov. 6, Vice President for Finance and Administration Monica Rimai spoke to the ASWU senate about the University’s current financial situation.
Rimai announced that she is currently expecting a 3.5 percent increase in tuition for next year—about $1,531. Currently,
By Jesse Sanchez
College can be ultra-stressful for everyone. With finals right around the corner, the pressure rapidly intensifies.
There are a number of fun ways to manage your stress effectively in the midst of hitting the books.
Here is a handy-dandy list of things you can do
Squirrels’ home at risk by Maximilian Nohr
Cross country dominates NWC by Evan Giddings
‘Late Night’ losing patrons, profits by Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
Relax: College can be ultra-stressful by Jesse Sanchez
No more growing pains for Taylor Swift
By Zack Boyden
Our nation’s first motto was the Latin proclamation “E pluribus unum,” or “Out of many, one.”
It was chosen to reflect what the founders envisioned for our fledgling country’s ideals. It’s a symbol of the cohesion between states, which creates a union out
By Ross Kovac
Here’s a running joke that I’ve heard: If you meet a vegan who does CrossFit, which will they tell you about first?
Of course, not every vegan will tell you about their dietary preferences immediately, but, of course, the joke wouldn’t be funny if
By Kate Piluso
At the beginning of this year, I was peer pressured into obtaining the app Timehop by my so-called friends.
If you’re unfamiliar with this wonderful little disaster, Timehop goes on a journey “back in time” to unearth social media posts you’ve made in the
By Meridith Greer
Despite the fact that (up until a few weeks ago) it had been a relatively dry year, the rain has finally started and will most likely be here every day until summer.
While many Willamette students aren’t from Oregon, luckily for you, some
Students’ participation in ASWU elections is abysmal.
As the Collegian reported last week, (“20% vote in election,” page 3), a total of 436 CLA and ASP students voted in the non-binding referendum for treasurer, which ended in a victory for senior Brad Russell.
By Marjorie Meeks
My mother is Filipino.
I grew up in a household where rice was a culinary staple and bad karaoke was a favorite pastime.
Parties were never thrown with anything less than 25 people and three different kinds of pancit (a Filipino noodle dish,
By Blake Lepire
This past week, the Bearcats traveled on the road for a four-match set against Puget Sound, George Fox, Whitworth and Whitman before their last home game this Monday, Nov. 7 against Pacific Lutheran.
The road trip started off strong with a 3-1
By Margaret Woodcock
On Oct. 1, a group of women’s international soccer players filed a gender equity lawsuit in Canadian court.
The lawsuit is against the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), regarding the use of artificial turf at the