By Nebraska Lucas
Junior transfer student Caroline McCann has spent time in Washington, Alabama, New York and Oregon. She was trussed up in a pair of blue velvet booties and about seven drinks in on a Sunday night and curses about as often as a
By Katie Lively
All current Willamette Academy students will be grandfathered into the new program, provided they meet the Academy’s GPA requirement, CLA retiring Dean Marlene Moore confirmed Tuesday.
This decision amends a widely discussed change to the program announced in the spring that the
71* faculty sign letter of support for Cervantes
The undersigned applaud the message published in the Collegian by Shamir Cervantes and supported by Bill Duvall. We stand with them, the students they represent and the committed students and faculty who have raised related concerns repeatedly in
By Katie Lively
Paula Portinga Booth acquired some old family pictures when her daughter was two years old, but her real family members were repeatedly slipping away.
At this point in her life, several people close to her had recently passed.
“I was losing people left and
By Gia Anguiano
Led by rising senior president Liz Gill’s resolution, the ASWU senate discussed Shamir Cervantes’ resignation with acting interim president Rebecca Brownlee and interim vice president Teo Ekstrom.
Senior Dylan Sheldon assumed previous senior senator Teo Ekstrom’s role after Cervantes’s resignation. Ekstrom and Brownlee
By Ryan Gail
In some of the latest research on student mental health at Willamette University, Director of Bishop Wellness Center Don Thomson has observed some potentially concerning trends in statistics collected from the National College Health Assessment.
According to survey statistics provided by Thomson
By Gianni Marabella
The position of the Director of Educational Equity Assurance, held by Cynthia Stinson, will be dissolved after this semester due to a restructuring of Willamette’s Title IX staff.
The changes are being made to create a broader base of support for individuals
Why the changes?
by Teddy Wu
Wulapalooza has become a full-blown music festival. This is not the same Earth Day festival that it started out as back in 1998
By Teddy Wu
Wulapalooza has become a full-blown music festival. This is not the same Earth Day festival that it started out as back in 1998. We are booking bands from across the country that have played the likes of Coachella and Lollapalooza. And we