By Quinlyn Manfull
This past week, Google revealed that it had received requests to remove 2.4 million web addresses from its search engines following the 2017 European Court of Justice’s ruling that people have “the right to be forgotten.” In May of 2014, Google Spain
By Claire Matthews-Lingen
The first Bearcat Days is tomorrow! Be sure to greet all prospective students on campus.
Campaigning for next year’s ASWU President, Vice President and Treasurer is now underway. It began on Monday, March 12 and voting will open on Monday March 19
By Jarod Todeschi
Just off of Brown Field on the Willamette University campus is Lee House, a residence traditionally reserved for women. One student, Sophomore Quinna Hadley might not have enrolled without Lee as a living choice, “it was really important for me in choosing
By Sara Fullerton
Last Wednesday, March 7, Hudson Performance Hall held Darius Jones’ LawNOrder, an improvisational, jazz-influenced performance piece that “Is itself a protest,” as English professor Allison Hobgood explained in the introduction.
Based in New York, Jones is a notable saxophonist and composer in the
By Julia Di Simone
It has been over one month since this year’s class of 117 American Studies Program (ASP) students from China, South Korea, Thailand, Peru and Japan arrived on campus. Keisuke Nakajima, Ayaka Ishikawa Taiga Hakoyama and Mao Inoue are four Japanese students
By Dorian Grayson
The Oscars this year were later than usual, meaning we knew what was likely to win each category going in. The results, however, were surprising and didn’t follow predictions exactly.
If the Oscars were to be represented by only one award, it
By Derek Kennedy
It is hard for me to express the magnitude of my delight with the newly released “Queer Eye,” a fantastically modernized Netflix reboot of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” the 2003 makeover show about the Fab Five, a group of queer men
“My oppression is not a talking point”
by Neha Malik
Despite shifting demographics and the rise of student activism, Willamette’s institutions remain stagnant and unequipped to provide support for students of color. This is overtly present within
By Sophie Smith
In January, a California court ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) must stay in place, a decision that outraged the firmly anti-immigration White House. Donald Trump’s administration believes the program is unconstitutional, claiming that its offer of work
By Quinlyn Manfull
There’s a reason no one asks the gender of a mass shooter after the tragedy occurs; it’s because everyone already knows. Mass shooters are not a uniquely American problem, but an American men problem.
The day after Stephen Paddock took to a