By Oliver Muggli
At La Columbe cafe, across from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, I drank a draft latte and watched as MSNBC set up a news studio under a big white tent. Will remarked that this couldn't be their booth for convention coverage --
By Christine Smith
The age old question of “What would you ask for if you were granted three wishes?” is often followed by some standard responses. People want wealth, fame and good fortune. This comes in different forms to every individual, but usually includes jewels,
By Aaron Wiesenfeld
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step or as people often more commonly say: “fall semester started a week ago.” However, the semester was destined to start off right when junior Wil Bakula, a music and philosophy double major,
Balance your finances with these money-saving tips
By Jarod Todeschi
The year is young at Willamette, which can only mean one thing: those bank accounts are loaded up from the summer and ready to go! But c’mon, we all know as the weeks pass by, as
By Nebraska Lucas
The Naked Run: a staple for every senior. Drop trou, slap paint on your ass and go crazy. Willamette is one of only 18 universities nationwide that have nudist traditions, so if you can’t say you’ve been stark naked in
If you had to switch places with a celeb, who and why?
Aaron Oda, Junior, Psychology, from Manoa, Hawaii
“Tom Hanks, because I would want to be Buzz Lightyear, and what was the movie he was in on the desert island? Heís definitely in some cool ass
By Gianni Marabella
The Montag Center will be going through drastic changes this semester. Along with Campus Recreation relocating from the Putnam University Center to Montag, a number of renovations have been planned as a way to change the way students view the space.
By Gianni Marabella
Willamette University will not have a women’s rowing team this fall season. On September 7, the former rowers’ request for a mandatory preliminary injunction against Willamette University was denied.
The injunction would have required that the University find third party sources to
By Iris Dowd
Russell Childers’ wood carvings, currently on display at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, provide a view into the life of a man institutionalized by the state in 1926.
Russell Childers spent nearly 40 years at the Fairview Oregon Home in Salem, which