The Pirates dominated out of the gate, shutting out the Bearcats 52-0 in their last game on Saturday, Nov. 10. Whitworth came into the game undefeated in the Northwest Conference (NWC) and also ranked #12 in Division III Football’s top 25.
Two weekends ago, volleyball and soccer both ended their seasons. With this, a total of four seniors from volleyball, six seniors from men’s soccer and five seniors from women’s soccer concluded their college careers. Seniors Dreux Bertolucci (volleyball), Jo Stensaas (volleyball), Kate Matthews
The men’s basketball team fell to LeTourneau University on a last-minute three-pointer in their first pre-season game of the season on Friday, Nov. 9. Last season, the Bearcats held an overall record of 11-14 record and 6-10 in the Northwest Conference (NWC). Women’s
Willamette senior Keith Carlson and junior Michael Montague will be going to the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships this week due to their impressive finishes in their meet on Saturday, Nov. 10. The cross country team had a race in Walla Walla,
Things are spicing up before fall break as the Willamette Intramural Sports head into playoffs! The Buckaneers suffered two close losses in flag football last week to the Golden Tate Warriors on Monday night and Sig Chi on Wednesday night. The Golden Tate
The political divide between liberals and conservatives in America seems to be growing wider everday. Escalating partisanship and political polarization, on both governmental and social levels, has come to dominate modern American politics. This divide has turned politics into a game of sorts,
Willamette is a busy school with a bustling and involved student body. It isn’t rare to find people who are double majoring, minoring and in at least three regular sports or clubs. Everyone seems to be doing something constantly, school-related or not, and the
The 2018 midterm elections brought forth a series of firsts: the first Native American women elected to Congress, the first openly gay governor and the first midterm election to exceed 100 million votes, according to CNN. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar became the first
Defying industry norms and everyone’s expectations, Ariana Grande emerged from an extremely difficult couple of months with a surprise release of her new song, “thank u, next.” Written as an ode to her famous exes, the catchy hit expresses gratitude for what
Emergency Medical Aid
Nov. 8, 2:11 a.m. (Olin Science): Campus Safety received a report of a student having a medical issue. Officers responded to check on the student and requested to have the Salem Fire Department also respond. Medics responded and evaluated the student.
If you have ever lived at or near Kaneko Commons, perhaps you have noticed the fleets of school buses that pass by every weekday morning. These buses carry Salem children, headed to start their days at Bush Elementary School. It may seem that
Recently a group of Willamette students, headed by Leah Olson (‘20) and advised by Professor Melissa Michaux, have worked to create an organization called the Restorative Justice Coalition at Willamette University.
This is a new club on campus is looking for ways they
Young people represent a major potential political force: 49 million people ages 18-29 are eligible to vote. This is more than the 45 million eligible seniors, according to The Center For Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at Tufts
Lost River and shortnose suckers, which are two rare fish species native to Oregon and California, previously graced eastern Oregon rivers in huge numbers, inhabitating Klamath Lake. The Klamath tribes know them as C’waam and Koptu, and have long considered them sacred and
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This semester, the Oregon State Capitol is populated with more than its usual staffers. Several Willamette students have taken advantage of internship opportunities across the street, working with legislators, lobby groups, agencies and even within the Governor’s office. During this legislative
Sophie Goodwin-Rice, News Editor
Willamette’s campus was filled with music and art this past weekend as Futurepalooza took place on April 20 from noon to 8 p.m. The event, which is this year’s iteration of Willamette’s art, earth and music festival Wulapalooza, was centered
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Willamette University’s Vocal Jazz Festival Invitational and Spring Choral Concert will be held this Friday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Auditorium, and Sunday, April 28 at 7:00 p.m. in Mary Stuart Rogers Music Center, respectively.
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