By Claire Matthews-Lingen
The ASWU meeting on Thursday March 22 was full of productive discussion of proposals. The newly elected executive team was celebrated. President: Akerah Mackey, Vice President: Erica Noble, Treasurer: Sarah Mische.
Senate campaigns will take place the week of April 9, and
By Gianni Marabella
ASWU is rolling out a new online portal to allow for stronger communication and interaction between University governance and the student body. The site will be a hub where students easily keep up to date with happenings within ASWU and the University as
Sustainability starts with your voice
by Natalie Roadarmel
Every morning by the Mill stream, Dean Wentworth can be seen feeding the ducks their breakfast. Dean is the Botanical Curator for the University, and has worked here for the past 18 years. About five years ago,
By Jared Spohr
It’s that time of year again: the time of college basketball heartbreak. All over the nation, fans are watching one of the most unpredictable playoff seasons in history unfold. There have been major upsets and serious heartbreak. Not a single perfect bracket
By Gianni Marabella
As everyone on TV will tell you, we live in a post-facts world. Politicians can say whatever they want, and it’s frustrating to see how little you’d have to dig to disprove some of the claims being made by the people in charge.
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
For many of us, access to healthcare is a given. Sure, the Willamette community has faced its battles over student healthcare with the removal of physical health services from Bishop this year, and there’s no doubt that students have given the topic
By Quinlyn Manfull
This past week the Oregon Legislature passed a bill renewing “limited term” drivers’ licenses for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA), and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) recipients for two years.
House Bill 4111 is currently sitting
By Brett Youtsey
In the wake of another school shooting, the same cyclical gun debate begins. With two sides in constant disagreement, there is a general acceptance that there will always be people intent on harming others. The gun control debate is an argument over
By Sophie Smith
There is a picketer outside Salem’s Planned Parenthood. Bundled in winter clothes on a blustery day, in one hand he grasps a tattered umbrella and in the other, a sign demanding passersby pray for aborted fetuses. Against my better judgement, I approach