Students charge Univ. to rethink sustainability
By Holly Petersen
On Feb. 13, the students of Willamette’s Environmental Community Outreach Society (ECOS) participated in Global Divestment Day, speaking with students and faculty across campus in an effort to raise awareness for fossil fuel divestment.
The divestment movement calls
By Emily Hoard
The administration is seeking student input about upcoming changes to Montag Center.
Dean of Campus Life David Douglass has initiated discussion about options for the future of Montag, specifically the area downstairs, not including the den.
“I’m starting from the observation that, in spite of
By Rachael Decker
There hasn’t been a car break-in on campus for almost two weeks now, according to Associate Director of Campus Safety Rich Dennis.
Dennis has been in contact with a detective at the Salem Police Department who said that this probably means that the
By Bronte Dod
Two fraternities will have designated residential space on campus this fall.
The Greek Housing Board recommended the newly reestablished fraternity Beta Theta Pi for on-campus residency last semester. After rewriting their application and giving another presentation this semester, Sigma Chi was also approved.
By Malorie Hill
Our campus is as unique as the students who inhabit it. Take this quiz to find out what campus location best reflects your college persona.
It’s a sunny day on campus. What are you doing?
A. Sleeping off that Mad Dog hangover.
B. Sunbathing by
Over 300 sign petition for Zena Farm by Bronte Dod
Now you see me, now you don’t by Jesse Sanchez
My kind of morsels by Juliana Cohen
Board of trustees report questions merit aid
By Luke Moy
“‘The little worm found a nugget of self-worth, she just doesn’t want to look too closely at what that nugget is made of.’”
John McCrae’s “Worm,” a web serial that wrapped in 2013, is about an adolescent girl, Taylor, who wishes to become a
By Zack Boyden
As I exist now, I am merely standing on the shoulders of giants—I hope in my passing I will join those that have left the world a much better place than they had found it.
In order to do that, and pursue transcendence
By Teo Ekstrom
I’m writing in response to an article titled “Alternative V-day,” published in the most recent issue of the Collegian. Somewhere in-between vaguely hinting that ugly people and feminists don’t like Valentine’s Day and ignoring the great number of LGBTQ people who