By Zane Sparling
Last weekend, someone yelled, “Hey Zane, do you like free beer?” out of a moving car
In no time, I found myself on the chartered Aleways bus of Robert “Bobby” Marcum, who was providing the service (usually $65) for free during “Zwickelmania,” which is something I am refusing to
By Emma Jonas
A scheduling conflict between Alpha Chi Omega and the University’s Department of Theatre may have cost Salem’s Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service $4,000 in lost donations, according to information provided by sorority leaders.
All proceeds from Alpha Chi’s annual philanthropy event on Saturday, A Cappella Night, directly
By CAMILLE DEBRECZENY
Last week’s Celebration of Africa – which included a convocation on Nelson Mandela’s legacy, a performance and dance lessons by the Rainbow Dance Theatre, a soccer tournament and a cultural market – brought culture and controversy to campus, according to celebration organizers. “We’re hoping
By Alyssa Milstead
Students may know his name, but what did civil rights leader Malcolm X really believe in, and, how do his politics apply today? On Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 4:30 p.m. in the Kramer Board Room of Ford Hall, Assistant Professor of Political Science
By Bronte Dod
In 2008, the National Wildlife Federation recognized Willamette University for engaging in more sustainability-related activities than 1,000 other colleges and universities. However, alumnus Matthew Faunt thinks the University has fallen behind since being awarded the accolade. “We need to reestablish ourselves as leaders
By Devin Abney
The Bearcats celebrated senior night on Friday, Feb. 21 in style, defeating Pacific Lutheran University 72-53. For Willamette, the win was a long time coming.
From the opening tip-off, the Bearcats came out shooting; senior guard Alexa Beeson sparked the scoring with a three-pointer