Due to rising documented reports of gender-based violence and increased use of student resources, the Gender Resource and Advocacy Center (GRAC) is expanding its programs with a new hire.
Located in the Montag Loft in Willamette’s Eastside complex, the GRAC offers advocacy for victims
The English Department welcomed nationally acclaimed author Leni Zumas as its last visiting guest for the fall portion of Willamette’s Fall 2019 Hallie Ford Literary Series. The department has also announced the spring literary series lineup, along with the Mark and Melody Teppola
Willamette Integrated Technology Services (WITS) experienced a number of outages and issues during the month of November, including wifi outages in residence halls, intermittent WUPrint outages, mail group issues and SAGE slowness during class registration. These issues created difficulties for students in both
Take a Break (TAB), a service learning program that gives Willamette students the opportunity to engage in community service over spring break, has extended its application deadline to Dec. 13. According to Marion Powell (‘22), the TAB marketing outreach coordinator, this year’s trip
As fall break ends and students begin to settle back into their daily routines, the looming presence of finals returns. Past notes are pulled out, flashcards are made and study groups are established, yet as the week progresses, it becomes apparent that no two
Most students can agree that finals season is stressful, but as December starts and the first snow falls, the holiday season kicking into high gear can bring additional stress of its own. Luckily, there are plenty of seasonal events and winter activities available around
WHILE YOU WERE GONE:
Jupiter, the planet that rules expansion and growth, entered Capricorn on Dec. 2. This is the first time Jupiter has been in Capricorn since 2008. With Jupiter in Capricorn, you will want to examine the amount of effort you put
You’re probably familiar with the use of movie ratings to gauge whether a movie is appropriate for certain audiences. They notify viewers of sex, violence and drug use, and in a way, act as a kind of advisory. In addition to these ratings,
The Willamette University women’s swim team competed at the 2019 Bruin Invitational two weekends ago and, in the final team standings, placed fourth out of six teams. For the team, the invitational was the most important swim meet of the fall semester.
First-year cross country runner Gabriel Regimbal hasn’t put too much pressure on himself during his first season running for Willamette University. Rather, he’s approached the season by learning about himself as a runner before choosing what goals to set for himself. He said: