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In the information economy, quality matters. But first you have to get people’s attention.
It’d be nice to say that every undergraduate reads the Collegian out of a sense of institutional loyalty and community engagement. It’d be nice to
By Chris Ketchum
Stacey Brown begins every one of her yoga classes by reading a quote, a newspaper clipping or other tidbit of inspiration.
Today, before turning on the ambient music and the multipurpose room’s mood lamp, she pulls out a small box of quotes, flips
By Kellie Standish
For my last article of the year, I could talk about another pretty hike, adventure to go on, or place to visit—but instead I want to talk about something that doesn’t often make headlines: the disproportionate representation that dominates the outdoor world.
By Holly Petersen
Valerie Cleary never intended to be involved in athletics. But after a string of jobs in student affairs on various college campuses, she found that it’s where she belongs—and officially started her job as Willamette’s new director of athletics just last week.
By Evan Giddings
Over the two-day Northwest Conference Championships, the Willamette track and field teams took home a total of seven individual titles, en route to third-place finishes for both the men and the women’s teams.
The first day saw impressive performances in the long distance events,
By Blake Lepire
Hey everyone. Welcome to the most provocative thing at Willamette outside of the naked run: me telling you what’s happened recently in the world of sports.
Here is a quick overview of how the NBA playoffs are going as of Monday morning
By Paulina Ludwig
My time in the United States has been nothing short of incredible. I’ve lived, loved and tried some questionable things, even by European standards.
What struck me the most about Willamette and the U.S., besides the ridiculous portion sizes and living in dorms,
By Teddy Wu
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A new fraternity, a new leaf
By Westy Summerton
I like to play this drinking game where I go on TFM (TotalFratMove.com) and take a drink every time I feel a little part of me die on the inside.
I quickly find myself overwhelmed.
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By Juliana Cohen
Around this time of year, many students get bombarded with hard-to-answer questions about the future.
Even for those not worrying about life after graduation, a lot of Bearcats are still figuring out where to put themselves during the summer months. Not enough people advocate