ISSUE 13


A eulogy for 2016

by Dorian Grayson

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There’s hardly a time when 2016 wasn’t disappointing. Through music, celebrity deaths, politics, etc. 2016 was absolutely deplorable. But, even as we move on toward the New Year and put 2016 behind us… read more

 

News

Religion and the election: What happened

by Gianni Marabella

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In hindsight, it feels like it was unavoidable that religion would be a harsh deciding factor in the election. The Religious Studies department put together a lecture to gather and reflect on how religion impacted the final decision… read more


Giving voice to the silenced

by Carol Li


ASWU holds final meeting of the semester
by Ashley Miura


Dreaming of a bright Christmas

by Iris Dowd


North Salem HS holds 2016 bazaar

by Kotma Anjain

 

Lifestyles

The meme dream team of 2016

by Juliana Cohen

Perspectives on African ceramics
This year, things looked so bleak and felt so hopeless for millennials that not even professional comics could calm us down from existential dread and anxiety, especially when it came to our current political situation… read more


The creation of “Identity”
by Carol Li


Resident advisors RAte their experiences

by Nic Shipley


Black Lives Matter protests pop up all over campus

by Anonymous


Taylor Swift counter sues DJ in assault suit

by Ariadne Wolf


Humans of Willamette

 

Sports

NBA First Quarter Report

by Alex Gordon

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If you just looked at the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, and the top three teams in the Western Conference, it would be easy to conclude that all the predictions made pre-season have panned out… read more


Former WU coach now at UC Davis

by Kellen Bulger


Tom Brady might be the best quarterback in the NFL

by Louis Knox


Women’s basketball is rolling along

by Eric Del Prado


Swim team finishes first semseter strong

by Jared Spohr


This Week in Sports

by Aaron Oda

 

Opinions

Gender binary irrelevant within modern society

by Jacqueline Mckenna

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It is 2016, and in the United States, at the very least, we are arguably living in a futuristic world.Most people carry hand-sized supercomputers around in their pockets on the daily. Hoverboards were all the rage until we realized how douchey they are… read more


‘Gilmore Girls’ reboot reveals privileged Rory’s flaws

by Madison Brown


Peace out, Willamette: Got to burst the Bubble sometime
by Andrea Risolo


Sex binary is based in biological and scientific fact

by Niko Morozov


Sexual assault made palatable

by By Ariadne Wolf