By Maggie Boucher
Exactly one year ago I made my first college friend. But I never thought he would end up transferring. And that I would be starting my sophomore year without him.
According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling, approximately 30 percent
By Natasha Parekh
Folklore, myth or horror story—call it what you will—but the “College 15” is far from a fictional feat.
Researchers at Auburn University found that 70 percent of students involved in a four-year study gained an average of 15 pounds for men and
By Jarrett Oseran
Dear Class of 2018,
Welcome to Willamette! You may think you’ve figured out what major you’ll pursue based on how well it will prepare you for your life after college. You have set your goals toward achieving a 4.0 GPA because you know
By Emily Hoard
Professor of English and Associate Dean of Curriculum Gretchen Moon: Get to know your advisor (who also happens to be your Colloquium professor) and your other professors. This means taking a little risk by showing up at an office hour or making
The department of theatre has unveiled the 2014-2015 season. Auditions for the two fall productions will take place on Sunday, Aug. 24 at the M. Lee Pelton Theatre. All current Willamette students are eligible to audition. Students should arrive at 10:30 a.m. to fill
While many Willamette students might have spent their vacations traveling or working summer jobs, others were able to pursue their academic passions through opportunities provided by the College Colloquium Student Research Grant, the Liberal Arts Research Collaborative and the Mellon Learning by Creating Grant.
By Bronte Dod
Adjustments coming for adjuncts
A new category of adjunct faculty member called part-time continuing non-tenure track was approved by the faculty council in May 2014 to recognize professors who have been adjuncts for multiple years at the University.
By Jake Saiki
When I was younger, my biggest fear was of being kidnapped.
When my mother was finally 100 percent done with my nonsense, she pulled me aside and said, “Jake, honey, who would want you?”
By Kelley Villa
Not long ago, I wrote a paper for my feminist theory class suggesting that my “feminist ritual” of relying on Google Maps to navigate me “home” could add to feminist understandings of crossing borders of genders, sexualities and nations. #libarts
I had not
By Maggie Boucher
I’ve never been much of a dancer. When I was four, my mom took me to ballet lessons. I don’t remember how to plié, just that I loved wearing my purple leotard because it sparkled. And with the exception of “dancing”