Summer bucket list in Oregon

whale watching
With summer quickly approaching, its time to plan a bucket list of all the places we are going to go and things we are going to do. Oregon is notorious for having the most variety of outdoor activities and having the most beautiful parks, lakes and rivers. Here’s a list of places go and the things [more…]

Dolores Huerta visits WOU

On March 6th, over 2000 high school students from across the State of Oregon visited the Western Oregon University campus for the 25th annual Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference. The CECLC is the largest high school student event for Latino students in the Pacific Northwest. The events invites presenters, exhibitors, school staff, state officials, non-profit organizations [more…]

Myths and facts about feminism

    On Tuesday, March 3, Kappa Delta Chi and Abby’s House hosted a #FEMINISM workshop as part of the Multicultural Student Union’s “Women of Culture Celebration.” The workshop focused on educating our campus on the misconceptions and history of feminism.   What is feminism? There are multiple definitions for the theory. But the most [more…]

Portland service trip

Service trips have been a vital part of student involvement at Western. Service trips isn’t just community service, but serving the community, growing as a person and being able to reflect on your experience. Maria Vargas, a senior pursuing a double degree in Spanish and social science, has been involved with various service trips within [more…]