All Willamette students have had to adjust their expectations for the end of their year with the switch to online learning, but one group that has been hit particularly hard by the changes is the cohort of graduating students in the middle of
There are several valid reasons people have to shop online during this time: many items that are hard to find at physical stores right now can be purchased online, people who are struggling financially need to find the best deals possible wherever they
The Willamette Events Board, a student-run organization that plans numerous events and activities throughout the year, is still dedicated to providing entertainment even though many students have left campus. Recently, WEB has distributed paint-by-number activities and Harry Potter themed stuffed animals and activity
The switch to online education has not been an easy transition for most. From shaky internet connections to lapses in motivation to the awkward two seconds between when the professor says goodbye but hasn’t clicked “end meeting,” students everywhere are learning to adapt
Nearly all sports played at Willamette require some type of specialized footwear. The student-athletes who wear these shoes put them through so much strain that they often rip apart at the seams and explode at the shoelaces.
Before anything else, the student-athletes need to
Elizabeth Larson (‘21): Portland Section scholarship from the American Chemical Society
The Willamette website explains this award by writing, “This prestigious regional award supports promising undergraduate chemistry majors in their senior year of college.”
Claire Verstrate ('20): U.S. Student Fulbright
The program’s website writes, “The Fulbright
April 10-16, 2020
April 15, 8:50 a.m. (Botanical Gardens): Campus Safety was contacted by the Grounds Department after an employee discovered a tree that had been cut down by an unknown individual or perhaps by a beaver. A report was filed.
April 10, 5:52 p.m.