*Only for some: Big changes happening at Willamette Academy
by Elize Manoukian
ASWU senators debate presidential plan
by Gianni Marabella
W. Academy to downsize 84 percent, become WU Pipeline
by Katie Lively
WU hosts second annual philanthropy initiative
by Ryan Gail
Leonard Pitts Jr. challenges
by Elize Manoukian
On Feb. 6, the new changes to Willamette Academy were announced to parents and guardians of students at a meeting in the Film Studies Theater in Ford Hall. By the time the last families arrived to the meeting, a large crowd had
by Simon Orr
You, dear reader, being in college are no doubt aware of mindfulness meditation, a practice through which people note their passing thoughts and actions of the world around them with dispassion, focusing only on their presence in the moment. You are
The Collegian sits down with Features Editor Arianna Woicekowski for a conversation about things that are overrated, things that are underrated and using your brain.
The Collegian: Wrestlemania. over or underrated?
Arianna: I couldn’t even tell you what Wrestlemania is. It’s a little overrated to me, but
by Olivia Monical
Last week, Walidah Imarisha, the editor of a new anthology of social justice driven science fiction called “Octavia’s Brood” visited Willamette. The Hatfield room was packed. She used way too many Star Trek references (her words, not mine), and many in the
by Jessica Weiss
Two weeks ago, the Bank of Japan adopted a negative interest rate policy (NIRP), effectively dropping their interest rate in the hopes of promoting investment and spending to aid their economic stimulus program, termed “Abenomics,” after the humble Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
by Jesse Sanchez
Institutions define opportunity. They also hold the power to determine who can access such opportunities. This power of selection grants or withholds a prosperous future. While formal education is by no means the only path to success in the present system, it
by Alex Gordon
If you look at the comments on just about any Golden State Warriors related post right now, there will inevitably be a variation of the same question: Can they beat the 1995—96 Chicago Bulls?
Comparisons have come hot and fast since the Warriors
by Eric Spresser
It was a successful opening weekend for the baseball team, who were victorious in three of their four games, including an opening day win over nationally ranked Pacific Lutheran University last Friday. The ‘Cats played four Northwest Conference opponents, all of
by Mark Andreoni
Bearcat Spotlight interviews personalities, captains and talents from Willamette varsity and club sports. Find out about these athletes, and what they do when they’re not at practice! Up this week: Malia Santos a senior swimmer from Hawaii.
Mark: Who is your celebrity