By Jesse Sanchez
In their workshop held in the Alumni Lounge last semester, the queer poetry duo DarkMatter emphasized the need for student activists to archive their work. As students graduate or leave their institutions due to systemic injustice, the history of student organizing can
By Madison Brown
On the fifteenth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, Hillary Clinton left an event held at the One World Trade Center after becoming “overheated and dehydrated.” The media, relentlessly pursuing web clicks and views, had a field day.
Clinton’s physician later released a
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports has been fun to watch as a fan. During the week, we saw David take down Goliath, great baseball and a new start in Los Angeles. Here is the recap of all the eventful games that happened over
By Dani Saunders
Sophomore Morgan Webster is from Milwaukie, Oregon, where she played at Milwaukie High School. Webster is a setter and a defensive specialist for Willamette’s volleyball team.
Dani: If you could trade places with any person in the world, who would it be?
The start of the NFL Season on a day of tragedy
By Louis Knox
As the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, have now passed, we can reflect on the remembrance and tributes of the day that changed the course of history
By Alex Gordon
Hall of Fame classes in basketball are generally quirky. Usually it’s a smattering of “contributors” you’ve rarely ever heard of. This year was a rare exception, however, with four players being inducted into the Hall of Fame that left a significant impact
By Sydney Wilson
The men’s soccer team travelled up north and played on Saturday, Sept. 17 against Whitworth, losing 2-1. They also played on Sunday, Sept. 18 at Whitman College and shut them out, 3-0.
The women’s soccer team played at Linfield on Saturday,
By Eric Del Prado
Do you ever walk around campus on a Monday morning and hear your buddies saying, “Man, we almost won last night, if only we handed the ball off to Marshawn Lynch.” Yes, I am talking to all of you “12” fans
By Christine Smith
They tell you not to worry about the future because it’s not here yet, but then they haunt you with questions about what you are planning on doing with the rest of your life. Sound familiar? Life seems to consist of a
By Natasha Zedan
Will Forkin and Mary Rose Branick are a sweet looking pair, their wide smiles and engaging eyes make their intelligence and wit inviting and never demeaning. They presented their summer LARC Grant project breaking down sexuality’s role in medicine through Strindberg’s “Miss Julie”