Willamette’s campus buzzed with excitement over the last week about the highly anticipated Black Tie dinner and dance. On Saturday, Feb. 29, Willamette Events Board hosted Black Tie at the Salem Convention Center. The dinner portion of the event began at 6:30 p.m. and the
Willamette Career Development recently began offering presentations to student organizations on campus, each tailored to the specific needs of the requesting group. There are a large variety of presentation topics that can be requested, including resume workshops, cover letter workshops and networking. The
Theatre isn’t only for theatre majors. This is the mindset behind Willamette’s Student Theatre Arts Group (STAGE), whose mission is to encourage and foster creativity in an inclusive, student-led environment.
Although the club was not recognized by Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU) and
Whether it is realized or not, anthropology plays a large role in day-to-day life both at Willamette and on a global scale. The study of culture and ways of living is practiced frequently, often without being noticed. One person who recognizes the subject’s importance
Willamette welcomed Eboo Patel to campus on Feb. 26 as part of this year’s Atkinson Lecture Series. Patel is the founder of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), a nonprofit organization meant to facilitate interfaith cooperation. IFYC works primarily on college campuses and offers workshops
The Hallie Ford Literary Series hosted Ander Monson, the author of eight books, during its second event of the semester on Wednesday, Feb. 26. On Feb. 27, Monson continued his appearance on campus by joining English professor Danielle Deulen’s creative nonfiction class. Monson writes
Willamette University offers an extensive selection of artistic opportunities for students to choose from. The school is home to many students who have majors and minors in the arts or are involved in clubs or individual pursuit of artistic outlets. Involvement in the arts
Feb. 21, 2:13 a.m. (Botanical Gardens): While on patrol, a Campus Safety officer encountered a homeless individual camped in a stairwell. The officer made contact and asked the individual to leave. The individual complied.
Feb. 21, 4:00 p.m. (University Services Building): An employee called Campus
UPDATE ON MERCURY: On Mar. 4, Mercury will be moving into Aquarius for the second time this year. This is because it is still in retrograde, meaning that from Earth’s point of view, the planet is moving backwards. However, Mercury goes direct, or leaves