By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
“Mom, you’ll never guess what happened at school today. Kids were making snow angels in the frost.”
The year was 2006, I was in first grade, and my family had just moved from Massachusetts to the Oregon coast. The year before, New England
By William Gupton
I first realized the problem when I was sent a Google Calendar event to go see a movie with a couple friends. It wasn’t a large group of people, nor was it an odd time to see a movie. To someone like
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports we cover both local events and exciting future prospects. Let’s see what happened this week in sports.
This week, we have to talk about the surging Portland Trail Blazers. I hope this feature doesn’t jinx them because they currently
By Kellen Bulger
Like some twisted love child of Charles Barkley and Bill Laimbeer, quite possibly the most polarizing figure in professional sports today enters the scene — Draymond Green.
Whether it be a flying foot to the crotch of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams
By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette University Track and Field team started their season on Saturday, March 3, in the Willamette Open. The event was hosted by Willamette and took place on Charles Bowles Track.
Sophomore Hope Duenas won the women’s discus throw and came
By Dru Draper
Baseball spring training has begun. That means we have three weeks until spring break and a little over a month and a half until summer break. Keep fighting the good fight and studying hard, you are almost there!
Last week, we finished
By Carrie Fox
The Whitworth University Pirates pulled out a 7-3 win over Willamette University in the first game of a Northwest Conference doubleheader this weekend.
The second game of the doubleheader was suspended due to darkness at the end of the ninth inning with the
By Neha Malik
Despite shifting demographics and the rise of student activism, Willamette’s institutions remain stagnant and unequipped to provide support for students of color. This is overtly present within our student organizations. I am a member of Willamette’s Debate Union and over the last
By Sara Fullerton
Last Thursday, March 1, Portland musician Haley Heynderickx released her first full-length album, “I Need to Start a Garden.” She chose this title because she wanted a “slogan that would make me laugh by the time I'm 60, 70 , 80 —