By Alyssa Milstead Starting this week, Bishop Wellness Center is conducting a live audit to gather feedback on their level of transgender and gender queer inclusivity. During the live audit, Willamette students can fill out a survey about their visit. Researchers have found that 28 percent of

Board ponders housing for two fraternities By Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale From Nov. 9 to Nov. 11, the Greek Housing Board will meet to review applications submitted by Beta Theta Pi and Sigma Chi, two fraternities applying for residential living space in the 2015-2016 academic year. Associate Dean of Campus

Squirrels’ home at risk    by Maximilian Nohr Cross country dominates NWC    by Evan Giddings ‘Late Night’ losing patrons, profits    by Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale Relax: College can be ultra-stressful    by Jesse Sanchez No more growing pains for Taylor Swift   

By Zack Boyden Our nation’s first motto was the Latin proclamation “E pluribus unum,” or “Out of many, one.” It was chosen to reflect what the founders envisioned for our fledgling country’s ideals. It’s a symbol of the cohesion between states, which creates a union out

By Margaret Woodcock On Oct. 1, a group of women’s international soccer players filed a gender equity lawsuit in Canadian court. The lawsuit is against the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), regarding the use of artificial turf at the