By Eric Del Prado
Senior Taneesh Sra shot a 36-hole score of 159 this past weekend in Walla Walla, Washington, which was good enough for tenth place at the Northwest Conference Spring Classic hosted by the Wine Valley Golf Club.
Sra got the weekend going
By Eric Spresser
In a tough weekend series against George Fox University, the Bearcats were able to knock out six home runs in four games. Four of the homers came from senior Ashley Pender while junior Alex Shields and sophomore Katie Hammitt each contributed
Nestled amongst the trees and foliage of Salem’s historic Bush Pasture Park, the Bush Barn Art Center – part of the Salem Art Association – remains one of Salem’s least known but most inviting local jewels. One would not imagine such an
By Christine Smith
Sometimes something goes right in the world amidst the hell that is Willamette in April, and an album is released that becomes the soothing soundtrack of your finals meltdowns. The Lumineers released “Cleopatra,” their first album in four years, on April
By Casey Dobbert
Are O’Sushi and sushi Wednesdays no longer cutting it for you in the Japanese cuisine department? Nagoya Steakhouse and Sushi may be a game changer for you if you have a pretty penny to spend and a car to get you
By Alayna Riley
Student choreographers and dancers will be taking the Smith Auditorium stage this week in “Vibrance”, Willamette Dance Company’s spring showcase. Willamette Dance Company produces a dance showcase every semester featuring a variety of dance styles and student dancers of all levels
By Nebraska Lucas
Ask any Wulapalooza veteran and you’re sure to get the same response: the popular earth, art and music festival marks one of the best events of the school year. Before you get too caught up with the headliners, take a second to
By Katie Lively
Willamette Academy as it is now will continue, at least for one more year.
Dean of Campus Life David Douglass will manage the Academy’s day-to-day operations for the rest of the Willamette academic year, in light of the news that data collected
By Ryan Gail
ASWU President Shamir Cervantes met with a group of about 50 students last Thursday to discuss issues surrounding diversity, inclusion and social justice on campus.
The main 0 of discussion for the group were the issues surrounding changes to Willamette Academy. The
By Gianni Marabella
Choral Conductor Helmuth Rilling will be coming to Salem to collaborate with the Willamette Master Chorus (WMC). He will perform with the chorus in Hudson Hall on April 30 at 7:30 p.m. and May 1 at 3 p.m.
Rilling is known internationally