By Gia Anguiano
In their latest meeting, ASWU debated new financial bills designed to alleviate recurring funding woes and promote interorganizational cooperation. The bills centered around finance reform, Willamette Events Board (WEB) and the Collegian, club buy-in and student impact, the Collegiate Readership Program
By Ryan Gail
Trigger Warning: Sexual Abuse
Students and faculty confronted the complex issues surrounding race and intimacy during “Intimus Interruptus,” a lecture series hosted by the department of civic communications and media (CCM) on March 30. The event was described as an exploration of
By Gianni Marabella
Last December the Board of Trustees passed a resolution declaring that at least 20 percent of the Willamette faculty must be composed of contingent positions at all times. While the decision will cap the number of tenure, tenure track and part-time
I cannot believe it’s already May! Happy May Day, Bearcats! There’s truly nothing like starting a new month with a holiday that some people love, and others find completely irrelevant.
Speaking of which, April Fools’! It’s actually April.
I know, I just tricked you into
Foolproof: A look beyond the laughs
by Jarod Todeschi
I cannot believe it’s already May! Happy May Day, Bearcats! There’s truly nothing like starting a new month with a holiday that some people love, and others find completely irrelevant
By Jesse Sanchez
The secret is out. Willamette University has recently released a statement on why student fees have continually increased over the past few years at such substantial rates, and we should’ve guessed it; the college of liberal arts will soon introduce a zoology
By Aubryn “Aub Aub” Walters
As a first year, although I am forced to live on campus, I could not be happier. Living on Matthews third has been an invigorating experience unlike any other. Everyone is just so friendly and welcoming that I often
By Joshua Singer
Goudy Commons is for many underclassmen at Willamette University, the one and only stop for dinner cuisine besides a microwavable meal or, if we’re being realistic, four granola bars coupled with some cough drops.
Since the dawn of time, Goudy has been
The Collegian chases down Chris Tine-Smith, a thirty-three year old man we followed out of Safeway, for a conversation about things that are overrated, things that are underrated and the upcoming season of the Bachelorette.
Chris: What gives? I already told you my name. You