Willamette students, including Arabella Wood (‘20), Hope Heideman (‘21) and Ted Alberon (‘23), are working together to develop a garden on campus centered around inclusion and introspection. After submitting their proposal last semester, the group secured a grant from the Community Action Fund
The report from last semester’s external review of Willamette’s Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) program has been completed and released. The report includes recommendations for changes the program may benefit from, including hiring a part-time staff member to oversee FSL, creating a communications plan
This semester, the Gender Resource Advocacy Center (GRAC) is implementing training surrounding LGBTQ+ issues. The training is tentatively titled LBGTQ+ Education Training, or LET, but as the program is still being solidified, the name could yet change. LET curriculum is designed for students
“One of the stage directions at the very beginning of the play is, ‘this play should not be well behaved,’” junior Shelby Fenn said.
“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” was originally written by British playwright Alice Birch in 2016. Willamette’s Department of Theatre will
Every year during Opening Days, a theatre production called Reality Check is presented to all first-year students. While Reality Check is a one-time performance presented in August or early September, months of preparation go into the production in order to make it possible.
Feb. 7, 11:13 p.m. (Lausanne Hall): Campus Safety received a call reporting a fire extinguisher had been discharged in the common area. An officer responded and replaced the used fire extinguisher with a new one. A work order was made to clean up the
Dear Collegian editor,
For the past several years, Blitz the Bearcat has informally gone by they/them pronouns. This was not a widely advertised aspect of Blitz’s identity. Rather, it was addressed predominantly by the former Willamette University student mascot coordinator as well as myself, the current
Willamette's proximity to the Oregon State Capitol is something that Willamette students often hear about, both as prospective students and current students of the University. But it can be so often brought up, along with the obvious proximity to the campus, that the
A screening of the documentary “BAM! Chicago’s Black Arts Movement” was held in Smullin Theater in Ford on Wednesday, Feb. 12. This film is centered around the flourishing Black Art Movement in Chicago through the 1960s and well into the 1980s. The 50-minute documentary,
As many students know, there are numerous places on campus to get homework done. Some of them work better as a spot to catch up with friends, while others are reserved for the focused students trying to finish their assignments or study for exams.