by Eric Spresser
In a Halloween showdown between a pair of Northwest Conference foes, Willamette took care of business behind a solid all-around team performance to beat the visiting Pioneers from Lewis and Clark 49—14 this past Saturday afternoon at McCulloch Stadium.
Paving the road
by Nebraska Lucas
Sophomore Nastja Nykaza is revamping the zine. The zine—short for fanzine—gained popularity in the ‘70s punk music scene for being cheap to publish, easily distributed, extremely creative and liberal.
Willamette’s student-published zine collective has followed pretty much the same path as Joaquin
by Thao Tran
As a crying expert, I obviously have a Spotify playlist on hand for those moments when life really just drains everything out of me. (If you’re wondering what it’s called, it’s simply called “Blue” because I created it when I was sad
by Alexis Cartales
In the spirit of Halloween never dying, let’s put the spotlight on a spooky Willamette student that knows the celebration of the dark months like no other: Edgar Allan Poe.
Well-known around campus for being thigh-deep in his creative writing thesis and
by Sarah Haghi
Nothing quite entices college students like a steaming slice of pizza and unlimited options. Mod Pizza will definitely hit the spot for someone wanting to spice up their dinner on a rainy day.
Walking through the glass doors of the small yet
by Christine Smith
When Salem fell out of the favor of the Halloween gods and experienced a downpour this past Saturday evening, small children trolled through shopping malls to get their fill of cavities and spooky fun. If a horde of college students had
by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
Just shy of $40,000 in undergraduate student fees have been allocated to the Green Initiative Fund committee for projects they’ll commission this semester. But, despite the five digit figure available for projects, only a single proposal has been submitted so far.
by Ryan Gail
As of this first week in November, the American Ethnic Studies major will be removed from Willamette’s official course catalog. American Ethnic Studies, an interdisciplinary program focusing on the cultural heritage of marginalized groups within the United States, will now only
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees met on the weekend of Oct. 23rd. The main topic of the general session was Willamette’s endowment and an upcoming campaign to raise funds for it to grow, in the interest of increasing financial aid for students. Other issues
by Katie Lively
After planning and deliberating throughout fall term, Sexual Assault Response Allies (SARA) decided Sunday to adapt its hotline service to gender neutrality.
Starting Nov. 1, the organization will have members of all gender identities answering its hotline rather than only females and