The Willamette community has 93 new students. After arriving on Monday, Feb. 3, students from Tokyo International University (TIU) in Japan will become integrated into all aspects of the Willamette College of Liberal Arts (CLA). From now until the end of the summer
The Gender Resource and Advocacy Center (GRAC) has recently received new avenues of funding that have allowed the creation of multiple new programs and positions. One of these additions is a new student position: the LGBTQ+ Resource Coordinator. Oakley Fielder (‘22), who uses
Willamette Academy, led by Executive Director Emilio Solano since October 2016, recently received two grants that will help the Academy financially support its students and staff.
Willamette Academy is a college access program housed in the Fine Arts West building that aims to engage local eighth-
You’ve surely seen them around campus: stickers, colorful and eclectic, plastered to the back of laptops, the sides of water bottles, the frames of bikes. Sometimes it’s just one or two; sometimes the stickers are layered so thick you can barely tell what’s underneath.
“Welcome to the room, we’re saying ‘fuck’ and being very gay,” said Ebo Barton as people entered Cat Cavern last Friday. The slam poet’s invitation to Willamette was organized by the Willamette Events Board and coordinated by Cynthia Ramirez (‘20), Gillian Pringle (‘20) and Adriana
If you don’t know of Biology Professor David Craig’s passion for birds, his office leaves no room for doubt. Behind rows of books about birds and next to a framed portrait of another is a taxidermied golden eagle, impossible to ignore.
“It probably showed
WARNING: Venus in Aries: The planet of romance and love enters Aries on Feb. 7. When Venus is in this sign, expect people to be more confident and direct in their romantic endeavors. However, there might be an issue with sustaining interest beyond the initial
Convocation has been part of the Willamette community since its introduction in the 1990s by the previous University Chaplain, Charles Wallace. Now, it is a weekly event held weekly in Cone Chapel on Thursdays from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. where students, faculty and professors
While its formal name is the Mark O. Hatfield Library, to most students it’s known by its many shorter abbreviations: Hatfield, the library and, affectionately, “The Lib.” On a college campus rife with academic buildings, cozy alcoves and a popular coffee shop, the
The baseball team finished with a 19-16 overall record and a 14-10 conference record to finish sixth (out of nine teams) last year. Though it was not enough to earn a tournament bid, they did end the season with a few remarkable statistics.