By Claire Alongi
Last year the 89th annual Academy Awards went out with a bang in a flurry of confusion after “La La Land” was mistakenly announced the Best Picture winner. Producer Justin Horowitz infamously took to the mic to proclaim the correct recipient, and
By Erica Noble
On Monday, March 5, 2018, I received an email saying that I was accepted as a Resident Advisor (RA) for a third year. However, I have decided not to accept the position for reasons that I cannot keep quiet about. After working
By Aaron Oda
As we wrap up the season, we have to give a final shout out to those teams who are in the cellar and hope to be on the up and up. First, the Memphis Grizzlies have lost 18 games in a row
By Dru Draper
We are halfway through the semester, but don’t let work and the stresses of school keep you from having some fun and exercising. Here at IMs, we want to create a fun environment where people can stay healthy and relieve some stress.
By Dani Saunders
The men’s and women’s tennis teams took on the University of Puget Sound on Saturday, March 10 and Pacific Lutheran University on Sunday, March 11.
The men’s tennis team had a close victory over Puget Sound with a match score 5-4. Riley
By Kellen Bulger
A few weeks ago, the Toronto Star released an article that detailed four-time NBA All-Star DeMar DeRozan’s troubles with depression and anxiety. “It’s one of them things that no matter how indestructible we look like we are, we’re all human at the
By Jarin Kobashigawa
Over the weekend, the Willamette softball team took on Lewis & Clark College for their second Northwest Conference series this season. In the first game of the series, the Bearcats came out strong, pounding out 13 hits and run-ruling the Pioneers in
By Kellen Bulger
The Dakota Access Pipeline and the Keystone Access Pipeline were two humongous environmental justice issues which we saw come to the forefront again at the inception of the Trump Administration in 2017. It looks as though we can add another one to
By Gianni Marabella
On Monday ASWU announced that their constitution will be amended for the first time since 2013. There will be five amendments that will be opened in order to be voted on individually by the student body starting on March 19 at 8 a.m.
By Ryleigh Norgrove
On Thursday, March 8, the Oregon State Senate unanimously approved a bill requiring public universities to take student input on tuition and fee hikes.
The proposal requires schools to establish advisory boards that include students, including members of underserved groups to give