by Eric Spresser
While the shots didn’t fall for Willamette University men’s basketball in the first month of the season, the Bearcats found their stroke over the winter break.
Coming off a pair of losses to nationally ranked Whitworth University and Whitman College, including a nail-biting
by Ben Martin
Shotski’s Wood Fire Pizza appears to be inviting immediately upon entry, largely due to the massive brick oven behind the counter and the smells wafting out from it. The restaurant shows its style with a rustic western motif that instills a sense
by Nic Shipley
Uber entered the world not too long ago, and even made a brief appearance in Salem. Many of you are probably wondering why the easy to use app is no longer in use in the city of Salem and it is not
by Christine Smith
Katy Perry once said, “Do you ever feel like a plastic bag drifting through the wind, wanting to start again?” Contrary to popular cultural belief, that romantic plastic bag is actually an atrocity floating towards the ocean to become another piece
by Myriah Juarez Wagner
Willamette’s student population has plenty of students who dress to the nines on a regular basis, but they had to learn from someone, right? Willamette’s staff members also wear fancy clothes to work and have a style of their own. Dillon
by Casey Dobbert
The next time you go to the gym, or really any time that you are plugged into your headphones, let the soothing voice of Sarah Koenig wash over instead of bumping some of those hot top 40 jams. Koenig’s podcast, “Serial”, swept
by Katie Lively
Joey Good and Thao Tran were worried.
They were in the late planning stages of the first listening session for the Student Advisory Board, the new campus group of which they were co-chairs. The Dec. 8 meeting was slated to run from
by Gia Anguiano
ASWU President Shamir Cervantes has proposed a step-by-step plan to change ASWU for the better, but many of senators seemed frustrated with this impromptu presentation.
Cervantes said that he was unsatisfied with his role as president last semester and was concerned that
by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
“They’re not talking about this on Portlandia,” Walidah Imarisha said at last Thursday’s Convocation. “Racism has been institutionalized in Oregon since its very foundation. Sometimes it’s changed and shifted, but it is a foundational idea that has continued to be reinforced.”
by Ryan Gail
As part of the University’s two week long celebration of the life and accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr., the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted an open forum to discuss the history, founders and national news stories surrounding the Black lives