By Alex Gordon
The separation of the athlete, or any public figure for that matter, from the person is many times a difficult one. Especially because often, their performance and brand becomes so much bigger than anything they do in real life.
Considering the way athletes
By Braydon Calder
Track and Field
The men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Mt. Hood Community College this weekend to compete against other DIII, NAIA, community college and DII schools from the Northwest.
For the men’s track team, senior Hans Lehndorff set a
By Christine Smith
Season two of “Jane the Virgin” has just about wrapped up, I still think it is one of the most amusing shows to premiere in years. It is fresh, hilarious and the best kind of hysterical drama out there.
Maybe it’s the
By Molly Jones
In her collection of prose titled “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric”, Claudia Rankine, a Jamaican-American poet and current professor at USC, dives into themes of depression, loneliness and existentialism in 21st century America. Rankine is known for experimenting
By Nebraska Lucas
Marissa Louie, junior, spent last week in the midst of her newest art installation: a weeklong camp out on the first floor of the art building. I found her nestled between a mound of laundry and a partially consumed six-pack of
By Katie Lively
Community members gathered to listen to testimonies from students, parents and others involved with Willamette Academy in Cone Chapel on March 12.
The Willamette Academy Night of Testimonies was the second event held in opposition to the changes to the Academy announced
By Gia Anguiano
In the current world of art, where an artist shows their work is becoming just as important as the art pieces themselves. Michael Ned Holte-acclaimed writer, independent curator and co-director of the art program at the California Institute of the Arts
By Ryan Gail
Students from across campus got to experience a taste of Slavic culture during the Russian Club’s Annual Maslenitsa celebration last Wednesday, March 9.
Maslenitsa, which translates to “Butter Week” in English, is a week long holiday that bears many similarities to Mardi
By Gia Anguiano
Director of Campus Safety Ross Stout reported to ASWU about recent updates in Campus Safety policies and procedures. Vice President Rebecca Brownlee invited Stout to speak to the senate in order to maintain the relationship between Campus Safety and students.
By Giani Marabella
Vietnam War veterans and toddlers alike represented tribes from all over Oregon at Willamette’s 14th annual social Powwow in the Cone Field House last Saturday.
The athletic courts were converted into a small, bustling marketplace, with a number of vendors selling Native