James ThompsonArt: Courtesy of Willamette University
James Thompson, a Willamette studio art professor and curator, passed away on Oct. 27. Chaplain Karen Wood notified the campus community of the news through an email, announcing a memorial that took place on Nov. 5 in Cone
Last weekend Willamette University hosted the Third Annual Pacific Northwest Students of Color Conference (SOCC), titled “Pass the Mic - Amplifying Our Voices, Ideas, and Actions.” Students from Willamette and nearby colleges, as well as visiting guests, led workshops and lectures that conference participants
On Oct. 21, student evaluations of Willamette faculty were due for the 2018-19 school year. A total of 29 faculty members were reviewed for last year’s cycle. These evaluations serve as one of the contributing indicators of a professor’s effectiveness in terms of
The Chemawa Indian School Partnership Program was originally formed by a group of Indigenous Willamette students who reached out to nearby Indigenous communities to engage in service learning. They started the annual Social Pow wow at Willamette, founded the Native American Enlightenment Association
Oct. 29, 1:22 a.m. (Collins Science): Campus Safety received a call reporting someone had broken into the feminine products machine on the second floor of the women's restroom. An officer responded and a report was filed. A work order was submitted to have the
The first wave of 2019 Carson Grant recipients presented the culmination of their independent student summer research projects. According to Willamette’s website, Carson Grants are project funds offered to Willamette undergraduates to “undertake a scholarly, creative or professional research project during the summer.”
Maggie Grogan (‘20) is a dancer and student dance choreographer working with the Willamette Dance Company and Theatre. Her newest piece is called “Reverie.” See it performed along with other student works at the Fall Dance Concert, happening Nov. 14-23 in the M. Lee
Public transit is a frequent mode of transportation used by college students, and Willamette students are no different. The Amtrak Train Station, located just across 13th St., and the Cherriots Bus Station, about a twelve-minute walk northwest of the campus, are both accessible options
Students on campus who enjoy music, concerts or watching performances will have multiple opportunities to watch Willamette University jazz and choral groups perform this upcoming week. Willamette’s Jazz Collective will be performing this Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Rogers Rehearsal Hall.
Mercury Retrograde Update: Everything still sucks but you’re gonna be okay!
Aries: While the moon is still in soft and romantic Pisces, take a few moments to daydream and think about what you want. Once the moon enters your sign on Nov. 8, it