Reed Bertran, Staff Writer
Hosted in the Cone Field House on campus and boasting an attendance of over 800, this year’s Lū‘au was home to a myriad of entertainment, delicious food and a sense of community unique to the event.
Guests entering Sparks were greeted
Sophie Goodwin-Rice, News Editor
Willamette’s campus was filled with music and art this past weekend as Futurepalooza took place on April 20 from noon to 8 p.m. The event, which is this year’s iteration of Willamette’s art, earth and music festival Wulapalooza, was centered
BROOKE COX, STAFF WRITER
A packed chapel filled with Willamette students of all ages and social groups: this was the setting on Wednesday, April 10 in Cone Chapel at a special community convocation. Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR), an organization from Washington, D.C., was brought
Bryce O’Connor Staff Writer
On Saturday, April 6, the second floor of the Putnam University Center was filled with Japanese food, items, games and performances for the 11th annual Sakura Matsuri (Cherry Blossom Festival). Organized by the Japan Studies Student Leaders (JSSL), Sakura Matsuri
Ken Johnson, Reporter
Members of Oregon's Indigenous communities performed throughout the event. PC: Daniel King
The 17th Annual Social Pow Wow, which was held in Cone Field House last Saturday, focused on community and education.
The pow wow was a sprawling event that had a variety