Poorly planned smoking ban? by Mara Brashem and Devon O’Donnell
Administration bans smoking on campus by Ryan Gail
Art department draws global talent by Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
ASWU bankrolls budgets for fall club events by Gia Anguiano
Exercise science celebrates by Gordon Clary
by Mara Brashem and Devon O’Donnell
There is no denying it; smoking is a problem on our campus—one for which the solution has long been discussed and debated. Starting on Jan. 1, 2016, smoking, in any form, will be prohibited on all campus-owned properties. The
by Shelbi Jenkins
It seems like just about everyone at Willamette gets off on being the busiest little Bearcat there ever was, but unfortunately, for all the effort we put into being so busy all the time, a lot of us here aren’t really
Grieving is a personal and highly individual experience. How you grieve depends on many factors, including your personality and coping style, your life experience, your faith, and the nature of the loss.
The grieving process takes time. Healing happens gradually; it can’t be forced or hurried
Week after week I find myself wondering when the Collegian made the switch to full-on satire. Last week’s “A crumbling foundation and the right to disagree” by Jessica Weiss — a piece that featured such gems as “Why would you assume that someone who supports
by Marika McCarthy and Emily Palmgren
Opinions Editor, contributor
As Indian Summer gives way to the rain and gloom of fall and winter, this is one of the last times you have consistent good weather to ride your bike around. It’s a great way to exercise:
by Jesse Sanchez
Sustainability is for everyone. It’s a mantra I’ve heard repeatedly. If only it were always true. In reality, a lot of low-income people—particularly people of color—face immense challenges to the everyday practices we take for granted. While Willamette should absolutely pride itself
by Troy Conway
The Willamette University women’s soccer team held down the fort at Sparks field last weekend, beating both Whitman and Whitworth and not allowing a single goal.
The weekend began with Saturday’s clash with the Whitman Missionaries. Sophomore Kelsey Walker scored first in
by Beth Hladick
The Willamette microcosm can be an increasingly difficult space to escape. Not having transportation, cash or affordable time with the impending doom of midterms are the usual excuses students unsurprisingly submit.
Yet the Outdoor Program can entirely solve all of these problems.
by Braydon Calder
Four teams started training camp on Saturday because they are participating in NBA Global Games. They will all travel and play different teams from around the world starting next week.
All the other teams started training camp on Tuesday. The first preseason