By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette University men’s and women’s golf teams participated in the Willamette Spring Thaw Tournament at the Pronghorn Resort Golf Club.
On Saturday, junior Kenneth Sheldon was in the lead after shooting a 70 in the first round of the tournament.
By Ryleigh Norgrove, Caitlin Forbes, and Kellen Bulger
Features Editor, Managing Editor, and News Editor
“Aye Derrick!” A customer at Big Derrick’s Barber Shop in downtown Salem yelped towards the owner.
“What’s up man?”
“You know that the Portland Timbers development team plays here in Salem?”
By Julia Di Simone
How do you define consent? How do you actually ask for and give consent in practice? At Salem’s Planned Parenthood in Willamette, students reflected on how the ideal model of consent doesn’t always play out in everyday life. Ann Krier, Planned
By Lauren Alexander
This past weekend, the Willamette Theatre Department debuted a world premiere musical titled “Wings of Fire,” written by Hayley Hoffmeister Green with score and compositions by Austin Green. “Wings of Fire” tells the story of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911,
By Jarod Todeschi
The best thing that comes with being a student is the discounts. The .edu that comes with first year status unlocks a trove of different price cuts. A favorite among many is the half-off tag for streaming services Spotify and Apple Music.
By Dorian Grayson
“Ready Player One” is a movie about a near future where humans have capitalism-ed the world into ruin. People spend as much time as possible in a virtual reality world called the OASIS. Our hero, Wade Watts a.k.a. Parzival, goes on a
By Madelyn Jones
It’s time to add a teal ribbon to your favorite jacket because this April is the 17th Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The specific theme and focus for this year is “Embrace Your Voice.” This phrase was chosen to, “help individuals, communities
By Ben Love
Following the Associated Students of Willamette University meeting that took place on Thursday, April 12,
The discussion that took place during the meeting covered a range of topics from the recently elected senators to next years’ first year class. This was the
By Heather Pearson
Another round of tough budget cuts are currently being felt campus-wide. In the Office of Community Service Learning (CSL), the decision has been made to not hire a director for the upcoming year.
CSL coordinates community service programming for the university, including
By Natalie Roadarmel
Columbia CEO Tim Boyle has just announced that he will be donating $1.5 million towards a new homeless shelter in Portland. This shelter will hold 100 beds and will offer the homeless a place to eat, sleep, do laundry, bathe and have