Willamette’s Community Service Learning (CSL) program facilitates weekly volunteer opportunities known as Service Saturdays. Service Saturdays take place at organizations like food share centers, retirement homes and community gardens. Next week's Service Saturday will be held at the Marion Polk Foodshare Youth Garden.
Data from the 1,339 Willamette students and employees who participated in last semester’s campus climate survey have been returned from HEDS, the third-party company that wrote the survey. Vice President of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Jade Aguilar revealed the patterns found in the
The Willamette University Theatre Department is back with a new rip roaring comedy, “Men on Boats” by Jaclyn Backhaus. This reiteration of the story follows John Wesley Powell’s 1869 expedition of the Grand Canyon through a new lens: with no men. Instead, the
Willamette University has undergone some significant changes this semester: no Montag store, no stir fry in Kaneko, renovation of the University Center—the list goes on. However, one of the biggest changes has gone unnoticed by some returning Bearcats.
The green lawns have been looking
Aries: The new moon in Libra on Sept. 28 will likely energize you to bring change into your life, especially with regards to partnership and romance. The new moon is a good time to try new ways of doing things and seek out
Willamette University faced Occidental for their second game of the season on Sept. 21 at McCulloch Stadium, winning 34-31 and raising their overall season record to 1-1.
The first quarter of the game ended with Willamette in the lead, though Occidental scored first. WU’s
Willamette University’s women’s soccer team had an eventful weekend with two conference wins, one overtime and their Play with Pride game.
On Saturday afternoon Sparks Field filled with rainbows as the women’s soccer team played Linfield in their Play with Pride game.
Senior Hannah Deighton explains:
This fall, Willamette hired alumni Isaac Parker as head football coach. In an interview, Parker described his early life, journey to this position and goals for the team. Parker grew up in Wahiawa, HI on the island of Oahu, living mainly with his
Willamette University’s men's tennis team did not do well this past weekend at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's (ITA) Northwest regional tournament. The tournament took place every day between Friday, Sept. 20 and Monday, Sept. 23 and was hosted by George Fox University (GFU)
Men’s soccer competed in its first two Northwest Conference (NWC) games of the 2019 season this past weekend against Whitman College and Whitworth University. The Bearcats entered the weekend with no losses on their record and a two-game win streak.
Willamette University dominated Whitman on