By Matthew Taylor
Residents of a local homeless camp were forced to move last week after the Oregon State Department of Transportation posted signs warning individuals residing in the area to remove personal belongings ahead of a planned sweep later in the month.
By Heather Pearson
On March 6, the Trump Administration escalated its fight against sanctuary cities by filing a lawsuit against California’s sanctuary laws.
The United States Justice Department sued Governor Jerry Brown, attorney general Xavier Becerra and the state of California. Stating that California’s recent
By Benjamin Love
CLA Dean Ruth Feingold joined the Associated Students of Willamette University on Thursday March 16 as a guest and spoke on a variety of topics ranging from her position as Dean to the revising of general education.
Dean Feingold mentioned there is
By Ryleigh Norgrove & Sophie Smith
Features Editor & Staff Writer
In a gun control debate often dominated by defeatism, words spoken at Willamette’s Walkout: #Enough! last Wednesday offered a welcome message of hope. “There’s good news out there,” said Reverend Dr. Deb Patterson, a clergywoman and
Harlem and higher education
by Melissa Legaria Cisneros
Through the Colloquium Student Research Grant I was able to do archival work at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. My research focuses on the history of the Harlem Renaissance and how this can be
By Melissa Legaria Cisneros
Through the Colloquium Student Research Grant I was able to do archival work at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. My research focuses on the history of the Harlem Renaissance and how this can be applied to our school
By Philip Amur
Seeing the South Korean delegation led by Chung Eui-yong partake in negotiations with North Korea’s rocket man following the Pyeongchang Olympics was a wonderful spectacle, one which conveyed the idea that after several decades of conflict reunification or at least a meaningful
By Lily Painter
Men in The United States of America – they are fast becoming a subject of disdain and anger. While I am not denying that men, particularly white men, are taking advantage of their social standing and privileges, that is not the point
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
Even if you aren’t a huge fan of theater, you have to admit that there’s something magical about the curtain rising for the first time. It only takes a piece of fabric to divide the real world from the one that’s about