Around this time of year, you may notice an abundance of heart -shaped balloons, chocolates and cards crowding grocery store aisles and T.V. ads. But Willamette students report that the holiday just doesn’t cut it.
Valentine’s Day’s consumeristic focus creates a narrow
The Academy Awards come around once every year, and just as timely are the articles that decry the show’s lack of diverse nominees; like in past years, the 2019 Oscar nominations were overwhelmingly white and male, although there were exceptions. This year had
After two years of conversation among student, faculty and administrative representatives, Willamette University is changing the name of its College of Liberal Arts (CLA) to the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), a change which will be effective this upcoming fall term.
Willamette University has recently been awarded a Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust grant worth $40,000. The grant will fund a series of new Academic Support programs created with a focus on supporting first-generation and underrepresented college students. The programs, which are set to
Deb Patterson’s campaign for Senate District 10, an area that encompasses Marion and Polk counties, is one centered around healthcare, climate change and gun laws, with the slogan “Oregon that Works for Everyone” driving Patterson’s political vision forward.
As the November 2020 election day approaches,
Jan. 31, 9:17 a.m. (Atkinson Graduate School of Management): An employee contacted Campus Safety to report a suspicious individual in the area. An officer met with the individual and they left campus.
Jan. 31, 12:40 p.m. (University Center): Campus Safety received a call reporting a
Sustainability efforts on campus have been aided through a number of different campus programs, including recycling. One of the crucially important ways of recycling excess organic material on campus is through composting. It is an important part of Willamette campus life and should
With 1.1 billion speakers, Mandarin Chinese is the most spoken language on the planet. Until recent years, China and the U.S. were close trade partners with 18 percent of Chinese exports sent to the U.S. But despite the relevance of the Chinese language in
If one were to search “Karen Wood” on Willamette’s website, the list of results would be too long. Karen Wood is Willamette’s Chaplain as well as an associate professor of religious studies, yet what catches the eye is her rich educational background and extensive
MERCURY IN RETROGRADE: Mercury, the planet which rules communication and travel, is in retrograde from Feb. 16, to March 10. During this time, be sure to double-check emails, think carefully about what you say and give yourself ample time while traveling. It might be