Home away from home
by Sarah Haghi & Mia Noren
Toweling your door won’t cut it anymore
by Katie Lively & Gia Anguiano
Discovering Mark Hatfield’s history
by Ryan Gail
What does WU mean to you?
Don’t break the silence
by Christine Smith
Home away from home
by Sarah Haghi & Mia Noren,
Staff Writer & Contributor
Do you remember the nervous excitement building in your stomach as you walked around the Willamette campus for the first time? Seeing all the unfamiliar faces in an unfamiliar place, wondering what your
by Aaron Carter
And it goes, and it goes, and it goes a little something like this. Hit It!
Aaron’s in the house. Come on, get up, get up, I wanna make it bounce. Here we go, Aaron’s in the house. Get up, get up,
by Carrie Fox
Coming from a small town school of about 800 students, I know what school spirit looks and feels like. What we lacked in numbers, we made up for in pregame pep rallies, tailgates and tricked out costumes.
Friends, families and members of
by Braydon Calder
I sat down and tried to write this article, after procrastinating (as I’ve learned to do so well) but only found myself drawing blanks. I’ve been on summer break, so thinking hasn’t been my forte for the past couple months. As
by Jesse Thompson
The transition to college can be a tumultuous and difficult time. Thrown out of your comfortable high school bubble, you suddenly find yourself in a new place, charged with making new friends, taking on a more difficult course load and washing
by Eric Spresser
With NFL training camps in full swing, it’s about that time again where we see pictures of the rookies getting taped to the goalposts or carrying seven sets of shoulder pads back to the locker room.
One of the all-time best training
by Gordie Clary
For many athletes, the jump from high school athletics to college athletics can be difficult. Some athletes find the transition easier than others, and truly excel at their sport as first-year students.
At Willamette, the value of first-year Bearcats during the 2014-2015 year