By Madison Montemayor
On Saturday, March 1, University undergraduate students, law students and members of the community with an interest in pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree attended the Atkinson Graduate School of Management’s annual MBA preview day. The event offered prospective
By Alison Ezard
The English Language and American Studies Program (ASP) offered through the Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) is currently accepting applications for academic peer tutors for the 2014-15 academic year.
According to a mission statement, the program’s goal is to provide ASP students with
By Becca Brownlee
Last Monday, the doors were locked. But in reality, the shutout started in August when new key access regulations cut off our ability to swipe in anywhere across campus during designated hours.
Now here we are in March, and we’re staring at locked
By Evan Giddings
Although rain showers kept the Bearcat softball team off the field on Sunday, the sun shined bright on Saturday, March 1 as the team captured its first Northwest Conference win of the season in a 12-3 victory against Pacific University.
By Bronte Dod
Each year since 1996, Eve Ensler’s seminal work, “The Vagina Monologues,” is produced in over 5,000 colleges, universities and communities around the world.
This year, the University was not one of them.
Instead, Students for Feminism, a student organization previously known as SHE
This is Issue 20 of the Willamette Collegian.
Issue 19 of the Willamette Collegian.
By Zane Sparling
Last weekend, someone yelled, “Hey Zane, do you like free beer?” out of a moving car
In no time, I found myself on the chartered Aleways bus of Robert “Bobby” Marcum, who was providing the service (usually $65) for free during “Zwickelmania,” which is something I am refusing to
By Emma Jonas
A scheduling conflict between Alpha Chi Omega and the University’s Department of Theatre may have cost Salem’s Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service $4,000 in lost donations, according to information provided by sorority leaders.
All proceeds from Alpha Chi’s annual philanthropy event on Saturday, A Cappella Night, directly
By CAMILLE DEBRECZENY
Last week’s Celebration of Africa – which included a convocation on Nelson Mandela’s legacy, a performance and dance lessons by the Rainbow Dance Theatre, a soccer tournament and a cultural market – brought culture and controversy to campus, according to celebration organizers. “We’re hoping