A review of Willamette’s Greek life organizations will take place next Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 4 and 5. The review follows the creation of the student advocacy group STEAM, or Students for Transparency, Equity, Accountability through Mobilization, which released a list of grievances against
Anyone who has spent time in the Pacific Northwest is likely aware of the threat of a megathrust earthquake from the Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ). Subduction zone quakes are the strongest in the world, according to Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, and the CSZ has
As leaves continue to fall around Willamette’s campus, students are partaking in a variety of traditions to celebrate both Halloween and the fall season. This season students have branched out across Salem, volunteering at Riverfront Park with Community Service Learning (CSL), trick-or-treating in
WHAT IS MERCURY IN RETROGRADE?
Mercury goes into retrograde on Oct. 31 and exits on Nov. 20. When Mercury is in retrograde, the planet appears to be moving backwards in the sky. As Mercury traditionally rules travel and communication, its retrograde can be linked
With the current global push by youth worldwide for sustainability, many students at Willamette are wondering what they can do to help improve sustainability on campus. One area of focus is food. While Goudy Commons is certainly more sustainable than many other college food
Besides consuming massive quantities of candy, costumes have become one of Halloween’s defining features. Halloween is a night where people are allowed to break the rules, at least when it comes to dress. But honestly, dressing up is the best part. While it’s