By Jessica Weiss
After yet another week of political news, commentary and debates, I think it’s time to look ahead, 2020 ahead. More specifically, we need to look at why we should elect Kanye West as president in 2020.
Truth be told, this election cycle is
By Carrie Fox
Where is Gordie Clary now?
Two years ago, The Collegian reported that Clary, a sophomore out of Lausanne Third, had decleared for the NBA draft. Since then, news regarding his basketball career has been few and far between.
Clary, as it turns out,
By Eric Spresser
The Original Pancake
In an unprecedented switch, the Willamette University men’s soccer team is making the jump from the NCAA Division III Northwest Conference to professional soccer and will play in Major League Soccer next season. Fresh off of a 6-11-2 record and
By Mark Andreoni
I had to climb laboriously up to the top of the capitol building to get this special one-on-one interview with Salem’s very own Golden Man for the Athlete spotlight this week. He was quite forthcoming about his surprisingly active life.
Mark: Celebrity Crush?
By Braydon Calder
“The Pool Guy”
Legendary college basketball head coach Bob Knight will be joining the Willamette University men’s and women’s swimming teams this next year as an assistant coach.
Knight, nicknamed “The General”, started his collegiate coaching career with the Army Black Knights, where he
By Alex Gordon
Student, Mother of Three
According to multiple sources within Belknap Second, first round draft choice Amerex Model B402 doesn’t feel that they are being properly utilized, or developed, by the organization.
When B402 came out after a day of production, there was a lot
By Casey Dobbert
WU's Nancy Drew
TAKE ME DRUNK I’M HOME
March 8, 4:45 p.m. (Northwood Hall): Student took a page from Ke$ha’s book, and brushed their teeth with a bottle of Jack. The WULA fever was upon them. Unfortunately, their fever broke and so did their
By Aubryn “Aub Aub” Walters
1. Exceptionally friendly people in the hot tub
When I envision a public hot tub, I think of people gathered in an uncomfortably small space only talking to the people they know. That’s not how it is in Florida. You
By Sam Keechler
Sometimes a beard gets too itchy… and in the same way a face grows tired of the prickly bush on its chin, the Willamette community has had enough of the fascination with facial hair. Beards have grown to be more common
By Jonah Miller
Due to constant pressure from the student body, the Willamette administration has announced that it will finally give in to popular demand and officially switch the Willamette’s school mascot from Blitz the Bearcat to Griffin the Corgi. “We just couldn’t resist