by Christine Smith
Before Sonya Essadi passed, we were brainstorming potential articles, and one day she suggested a coffee tour of Salem. That girl loved her coffee and picking your brain over a good cup o’ Joe. When she was not well enough to
by McCall Concannon
On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Hallie Ford Museum of Art proudly unveiled its newest exhibition, “For Myself: Nudes by Imogen Cunningham, 1906-1939.” The photography showcase of 33 pieces is situated within the museum’s Study and Print Center, and enriches the space
by Aubryn Walters
1. If you meet a famous person, all you have to do is be nice to them and give them free things, and then they will make you famous.
That’s right, it’s that simple. At the very beginning of the game, on
by Casey Dobbert
Large crowds and adoring fans are not unfamiliar sights for a cappella group Headband. This past weekend, Headband went to compete in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) which is an international a cappella competition that attracts hundreds of
by Gia Anguiano
The ASWU senate was surprised to learn that the club budget for the spring semester has already been greatly depleted.
ASWU Treasurer Caroline Brinster began the discussion on the issue by breaking the budget down in its current state. The requested club
by Ryan Gail
Evan Greer, a singer, songwriter and musician, held a workshop and acoustic guitar concert in Cat Cavern last Friday.
Greer’s event, titled “Connecting the Dots of Climate Justice,” was organized by Students for Feminism, The Green Fund and Willamette Events Board. The event
by Gianni Marabella
Students could have access to free pepper spray on campus within the year. On Feb. 18, ASWU senators will vote on a bill that would open up a number of safety opportunities for students, which would include stocking the Campus Safety
by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
If Atkinson speaker Reza Aslan did any one thing at his lecture on Feb. 9, it was to put Islam into perspective. 51 percent of Americans expressed worries about the possibility of future terrorist attacks in the United States according to
by Veronica Finney
University students in distress now have access to a call-in service that provides immediate assistance with concerns that range from stress to suicidal thoughts, and all things in between. The free service, called “WUTalk,” allows community members to speak to a