Senate overturns judicial impeachment ruling
By Bronte Dod
ASWU’s debt rose to almost $45,000 this semester, less than one year after senate voted to overturn a ruling to impeach its treasurer, whose financial errors led to the deficit.
ASWU President Andrés Oswill, then a senator, made the motion
Senators reject strategic plan
By Alyssa Milstead
At the ASWU meeting on Thurs- day, Oct. 9, senators and executives discussed Late Night Eats, aweekly program on Wednesdays in Cat Cavern from 8-11 p.m.
According to ASWU President Andrés Oswill, Late Night Eats Director Yulya Yakubovsky expressed concern about the
‘Gone Girl’ turns matrimony on its head by Ian Sieg
‘A huge problem’ by Zane Sparling
Make the most of every moment by Natasha Parekh
Men’s soccer grabs win against rival Linfield by Bethany Hladick
What will you decide?
By Colleen Smyth
Among the seven ballot measures all Oregonians will vote on this November is Measure 90, the very rarely talked about switch to a top-two primary system. Political parties, including minor parties, hate it, which is exactly why we should love it.
For those who
By Zack Boyden
For the many issues in Washington that get a lot of lip service—but little to no legislative action—the idea of congressional term limits is one that’s the least contentious in the public eye. Honestly, there’s a good chance that if you asked your
By Kate Piluso
During Residence Life staff meetings, we do check-ins where we give everyone an update on how our life is and what’s going on for us.
Since we are no longer guaranteed to see each other every day, but instead are only promised interactions
As you may or may not have noticed, the Collegian is edited.
Each week, up to four or five pairs of eyes look at each article we publish to ensure that it follows the stylistic and impartial tone we hope to establish in our paper—with the
Euro trip the right way
By Natasha Parekh
As much as I could spend every moment of my 103 days studying abroad exclusively in Prague, it is amazing to have the mobility to visit other European countries every weekend. Studying in the Czech Republic puts me a
By Marjorie Meeks
I’m taking a class on shamanism this semester.
Like any other student, I had expectations for the course. I figured I’d be introduced to a new religion and its surrounding cultures, and that it would involve ideas and concepts that I hadn’t even considered
By Blake Lepire
With already half of their conference play behind them, the Bearcats sit at 4-4 and right in the middle of the hunt.
Coming into the weekend, the Bearcats had wins against Lewis & Clark, George Fox and Whitman—and dropped games to only Linfield,
By Kellie Standish
If someone had told me two years ago that I, with my extraordinary fear of heights, would be heavily addicted to rock climbing, I would have told them that they were crazy.
But here I am two years later, climbing once a week and
By Evan Giddings
Despite a record-setting day for the Bearcat offense, they were unable to keep pace with Whitworth University, losing the back-and-forth contest by a score of 61-45.
The Willamette attack, which accounted for 669 yards of total offense, was led by senior running back Dylan
By Max Craddock
Last week it was discovered that Heisman Trophy frontrunner Todd Gurley had been signing and selling autographs.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) prohibits college athletes from accepting compensation for their likeness, meaning that Gurley’s selling of autographs conwstitutes an NCAA violation.
Gurley’s actions have
By Bethany Hladick
The men’s soccer team defeated Linfield at McMinnville on Saturday, with junior forward Yazan Hishmeh scoring the game’s sole goal at 70:30, leading Willamette to their fifth victory against a Northwest Conference (NWC) opponent and their eighth win overall.
Linfield outshot Willamette
By Margaret Woodcock
On Sept. 30, in a Land Rover heading southbound on Interstate 95 in Baltimore at about 1:40 in the morning, Michael Phelps was clocked going 84 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone.
According to the Maryland police, after being pulled
Love looks doomed in ‘Gone Girl’
By Ian Sieg
Twisted does not even begin to describe human nature. If Hollywood is an accurate barometer of our culture, we’re beyond fucked up.
“Gone Girl” opens with a question: What do you feel when you look into your lover’s eyes?
By Will Falvey
Long Beach native and 21-year-old Vince Staples dropped “Hell Can Wait” this past Monday, to the delight of many in the backpack rap community.
It’s only a seven song EP, yet it manages to pack a heavier punch in terms of narrative than most