By Olivia Cavesoni
While Willamette University was recently recognized by the National Wildlife Federation for its improved sustainability, some students have began to voice concerns that the University has gone too far in its efforts to preserve the planet.
One problem students cite is that
By Bronte Dod
A new smartphone app will make ordering food at Willamette faster, more convenient and easier than ever before, food service company Bon Appétit representatives said.
After becoming available to students, faculty and staff, the application will allow users to place food
By Emma Jonas
Effective fall 2014, smoking, drinking, eating, speaking, moving and breathing will be banned in public spaces on the University’s campus. The President’s Working Group on Spatial Entitlement and Allotment made the decision at a meeting last Thursday after an hour of
By Zane Sparling
Good news for people who love good news: Willamette’s most recent – and most contested – safety policy is over.
The policy, which previously converted all on-campus doors without electronic card readers into “exit only” passages, was overturned during a faculty
By Andrés Oswill
Friends, classmates, Bearkittens, we each have four years here to make a difference. Four years to be involved, change practices we dislike and generally improve Willamette.
Coming into my fourth year here, I’m acutely aware of how much I have done and
By Christopher Day
It’s undeniably true that “myths and legends die hard in America.”
If you need proof, look no further than the Conservative Political Action Conference that took place last week. The Tea Party certainly had a good showing. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco
By Maggie Boucher
“I wanted to meet new people.”
“It’s a great way to be involved.”
“My friends were doing it, and they dragged me along too.”
These are just a few of the reasons I’ve heard women give for joining a sorority
By Marika McCarthy
In another life, I could have been an art history major.
But art is too concrete. Though the laws of the universe last forever, I feel like they’re somehow fleeting. Physics is based in flashes of silver, tricks of the