By Gordy Clary
The Willamette University men’s and women’s track and field teams were successful up and down the west coast last weekend. On Friday, eight Bearcat distance runners travelled to San Francisco to compete in the San Francisco State University Distance Carnival. The
By Eric Del Prado
The University men’s tennis team lost a tough match 6—3 on Saturday against the University of Puget Sound, but was able to bounce back on Sunday with a 5–4 win over the Lutes of Pacific Lutheran University.
The loss to Puget
By Braydon Calder
The men’s golf team travelled to California early last week to compete in the West Cup, which is hosted by the University of La Verne. The Bearcats finished in fifth place after shooting a 905 for the three-round tournament. Willamette’s
By Alex Gordon
Timing, especially in sports, is something that plays a very significant role in how we perceive athletes and teams historically. Almost any nuanced argument involving the concept of “all time” needs to take into account the relative quality of a league at
By Christine Smith
I was recently asked to share any advice I would give to incoming first-year students that I wished someone else had told me. After three years at this university, I am still far from a fountain of wisdom, but I know
By Sam Keechler
Take a peek in your closet and think about the contents of it. What’s in there and why? Is it by chance a few North Face jackets, two Columbia sweaters, and a couple Patagonia Nano Puff jackets or vests? If so,
By Molly Jones
In his collection of poems titled “This Way to the Sugar,” Hieu Minh Nguyen delineates childhood nostalgia with a hard, eloquent slap. Rather than pursuing a sugar-coated sweetness often associated with the term “nostalgia,” his poems delve into a realm one may
Top: Percy Lounge (pictured) and many other student performers competed for the votes of students and a prize. Bottom: The Funk Band won the $240 prize for their groovy performance.
By Genevieve Gahagan
Yummy Dumpling, the newest place to dine in Salem, has brought authentic dumplings to Salem and elimanted the dependence on subpar microwave cuisine. It is located in the basement of the Reed Opera House and is most easily accessible through the doors
By Sarah Haghi
“We are not Atlas carrying the Earth, the Earth has the generosity to carry us,” said Vandana Shiva at this year’s Dempsey Environmental Lecture Series. Shiva shared her views about “Earth democracy” and the separations and paradigms humans create about nature.