By Ariadne Wolf
Special Olympics Oregon is a sporting event open to Oregonian athletes eight-years-old and up who have some form of diagnosed intellectual disability. Almost 1,900 athletes competed in the Summer Games this year held in Newberg, Oregon, on July 9 and 10. The
By Aaron Oda
September marks the beginning of a very exciting month in sports. Up first: MLB, NFL and NCAA. Through this week’s column, I will give you the foundation to what will hopefully be the most exciting month of sports.
Now that September is
By Jared Spohr
On August 3, 2016, Willamette University’s athletic director, Valerie Cleary, announced the lineup of the Willamette Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees. Nineteen individual athletes and one team have now joined the prestigious club.
According to the Willamette Hall of Fame website, “The purpose
They say that pain is temporary, but we still bend over backwards to avoid it. In fact, I have often literally skewed my body into an awkward position in order to avoid scraping my arms on blackberries or to ensure that I don’t
Students share their favorite jams as summer fades away
Ibraheem Hafuda, Sophomore, Undeclared, from Claremont, California
“Ultralight Beam” by Kanye West, obviously. “TLOP” was the best album of the summer. Itís beautiful. The first time my friend listened to “Ultralight Beam,” he cried. I’ve never cried because
Various musical acts performed at The Space, a music venue in West Salem, which holds weekly free concerts to accompany good food and drink. See www.spaceconcertclub.com for more info.
By Aubryn Walters & Davis Wolfe
Layout Editor & Contributor
After four long years of anticipation, Frank Ocean released his sophomore album, “Blonde.” The events that led up to the release took his fans on a wild journey.
It all began with the release of “Channel Orange”
By Iris Dowd
Unsafe and too expensive to replace, the fleet of white Willamette vans has been retired. Instead, beginning this year, groups ranging from sports teams and Community Service and Learning (CSL) to the Outdoor Program will be renting their vans from Enterprise, an external
By Ariadne Wolf
Salem rental prices are skyrocketing, forcing many residents into states of temporary or even chronic homelessness. Increasing rental prices over the past year have left some of the city’s most vulnerable citizens in jeopardy as intersectionality transforms the forms of oppression they