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“Willamette” has meant different things for different people throughout its history. The University can trace its origins to 1834 when Methodist missionaries arrived in the Oregon Territory. From the Indian Manual Labor Training School to private University with a $239 million endowment, changes at  this

by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale News Editor “They’re not talking about this on Portlandia,” Walidah Imarisha said at last Thursday’s Convocation. “Racism has been institutionalized in Oregon since its very foundation. Sometimes it’s changed and shifted, but it is a foundational idea that has continued to be reinforced.” Imarisha

by Gia Anguiano staff writer Monica Rimai, Senior Vice President of Fiscal Administration, discussed budget finances, campus safety and Willamette’s endowment with ASWU senators in their last meeting. In discussing the University’s budget, Rimai projected the budget, actualand forecast, for each category such as tuition, resources and