Willamette’s Office of International Education (OIE) is hurrying to meet traveling students’ needs as the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 spreads globally. In compliance with University policy, the OIE has sent home two students studying abroad in Italy, canceled a summer program in Japan
Since former Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Domanic Thomas’s departure from campus in fall 2019, a committee made up of Willamette administrators, faculty and students have been searching for the next person to fill the role. In the last
Note: The term “womxn” is used intentionally to convey the inclusivity of trans and gender non-conforming individuals, as well as to acknowledge the critique around a white, cis, hetero patriarchical society that privileges white women.
March not only marks the start of the spring
`The College of Liberal Arts class “Reforming Criminal Justice” will be featured in an upcoming documentary directed by Lydia B. Smith. Smith’s last film, titled “Walking the Camino,” aired on PBS and had more than a million views.
The class, taught by Professor Melissa
When author Troy Rondinone came to speak to English professor Allison Hobgood’s Disability and Premodern Drama class about his book, “Nightmare Factories,” he wanted to show the class a video. However, when the video began playing, Hobgood politely stopped him and asked to
The women’s liberation movement of the ‘60s and ‘70s usually brings to mind images of bra burnings, calls for women to be defined outside of their association to men and protests of the Miss America beauty pageant. What doesn’t come to mind as
The weather is warming up, students are spending more time outside and the trees are growing back their leaves. Spring is almost here. The grounds crew is working to make spring beautiful for those at Willamette: four years ago, they replaced annual flowers with
Dr. Danielle Cadena Deulen has many titles: author, podcaster, mother and associate professor of English at Willamette. However, this is Deulen’s last semester at Willamette before moving to Georgia to teach poetry and start up a creative nonfiction program at Georgia State University. She
Technology surrounds people every day and impacts life in a variety of ways. Students spend most of their days using technology, writing essays, searching the internet, updating social media and messaging friends or professors for various reasons. Laptops, tablets and cellphones offer endless connection.
Emergency Medical Aid
Feb. 28, 2:27 p.m. (Collins Science): Campus Safety received a call reporting a student who was unconscious. An officer responded and evaluated the student. Paramedics were contacted and responded. The student felt well enough to return to class.
Feb. 28, 5:52 p.m. (Sparks Center):