Past Issues

Issue 23, 2015-2016

Apr 12th, 2016 | By

Henne fatale: The trials of Honoria by Nathaniel Walker This week’s featured story is a short, satirical prose piece by sophomore Nathaniel Walker. Walker, a music major, has been working on this story since his senior year of high school… read more   WU professors question admin transparency by Gianni Marabella Last December the Board

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Issue 22, 2015-2016

Apr 5th, 2016 | By

Foolproof: A look beyond the laughs by Jarod Todeschi I cannot believe it’s already May! Happy May Day, Bearcats! There’s truly nothing like starting a new month with a holiday that some people love, and others find completely irrelevant… read more   WU adopts radical transparency policy by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale In response to recent student

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Issue 21, 2015-2016

Mar 29th, 2016 | By

Spring’s ephemeral presence: Campus blossoms here and gone by Arianna Woicekowski It’s springtime — not according to calendars, but certainly with regard to what’s outside. Have you seen it? Did you see the flowers? read more   WU celebrates Native American heritage by Giani Marabella Vietnam War veterans and toddlers alike represented tribes from all

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Issue 20, 2015-2016

Mar 15th, 2016 | By

Light my fire: Love in the time of Tinder by Laura Hu, Thao Tran & Andrea Risolo Swipe left. Left. Left. Right. Ooh…he’s cute. Match!   “Underground” music department pushes teamwork, persistence by Katie Lively Senior anthropology major and pre-health student Julianne Johnson was hopeful that the University’s Be the Match bone marrow registry drive

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Issue 19, 2015-2016

Mar 8th, 2016 | By

Apathy and Complacency: The Willamette response to Syria by Brooks King For a university with students that pride themselves on being politically engaged, the proof is not in the pudding. Bearcats overwhelmingly demonstrate an attitude of apathy towards international political issues.   Demonstrations, resignations follow proposed Academy changes by Katie Lively Six of Willamette Academy’s

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Issue 18, 2015-2016

Mar 2nd, 2016 | By

Does Black history include you? by Akerah Mackey       Does Black history include you? There is an invisible chasm between American history and Black history… read more New Dean committed to student success by Gianni Marabella Gender-neutral restrooms pop up on campus by Katie Lively Scalia’s legacy: perspectives from the College of Law

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Issue 17, 2015-2016

Feb 23rd, 2016 | By

Religious (in)tolerance in America by Arianna Woicekowski Reza Aslan! Reza Aslan! Reza Aslan! by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale Pepper spray for students? C. Safety says it’s possible by Gianni Marabella WUTalk: 24/7 liscensed psychiatry by Veronica Finney Greer gets WU to be a part of the movement by Ryan Gail ASWU club budget in jeopardy by Gia

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Issue 16, 2015-2016

Feb 16th, 2016 | By

*Only for some: Big changes happening at Willamette Academy by Elize Manoukian ASWU senators debate presidential plan by Gianni Marabella W. Academy to downsize 84 percent, become WU Pipeline by Katie Lively WU hosts second annual philanthropy initiative by Ryan Gail Leonard Pitts Jr. challenges racial perceptions by Gia Anguiano Caller number…not me by Christine

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Issue 15, 2015-2016

Feb 9th, 2016 | By

Home away from home by Sarah Haghi & Mia Noren Toweling your door won’t cut it anymore by Katie Lively & Gia Anguiano Discovering Mark Hatfield’s history by Ryan Gail What does WU mean to you? Don’t break the silence by Christine Smith Exhibit: Fragments in time by Nicholas Shipley Style Crush: Alexis Jimenez and

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Issue 14, 2015-2016

Feb 2nd, 2016 | By

Keeping up with the Bundys by Celine Sannes-Pond Oregon’s Hidden Black History by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale Wyden: Don’t block research on gun violence by Sarah Haghi WU panel talks #BlackLivesMatter by Ryan Gail Advisory board bridges communication gap by Katie Lively ASWU president unsatisfied by Gia Anguiano You don’t need a spoon to enjoy this Serial

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