By Joe Linebarger Contributor It’s no big secret that today’s late night comedy shows have a left-wing bias. The liberal domination of show business has existed for some time, but it’s more evident than ever since comedy shows have drifted from being entertainment for general audiences
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice Staff Writer In October of 2008, a surprising guest appeared on Saturday Night Live. The weekly sketch comedy show, known for projecting fairly liberal views, supported a guest appearance of Sarah Palin, the then-vice presidential candidate. At that point, SNL former cast member
By Jessica Weiss Staff Writer On Oct 1, the government of Catalan held a binding referendum on independence from Spain, which the Spanish government deemed illegal. Catalonia, a region with its own dialect, flag and regional government, is home to one of Spain’s largest cities: Barcelona.
By Jarod Todeschi Staff Writer Student retention is an issue at universities nationwide. In recent years, retention at Willamette specifically has proved to be a hot spot for potential improvement. But within the ever-complicated subject of retention, there might be larger administrative issues going unaddressed. Recent