by Isobel Ruben and Annie Rohlf
Willamette is a pretty crunchy campus on the whole, what with the rising amount of mason jars full of kombucha, the fantastic amount of plaid, ironic hipster glasses and whimsical ‘90s fleeces and windbreakers. But just when you
by Ariadne Scharlach
Perhaps it is the hypocrisy that most frustrates me.
When I decide to enter the dining room, I check the list of ingredients online first. I make a decision regarding which dining hall to go to, Goudy or Kaneko, based on the
by Jessica Weiss
As a Democrat, I am not usually one for criticizing the president. I think the policies he has implemented have generally improved the lives of most Americans. This sentiment, however, does not hold when it comes to what Obama has done for
by Jesse Sanchez
No one is asserting that white lives don’t matter, but there’s a problem.
Slavery ended in the midst of a violent struggle that forced the demise of an institution on which the Southern society was built. The agrarian elite built and maintained an
by Teo Ekstrom
Reed College in Portland has seven counselors and psychiatrists working in their health center. Lewis and Clark has eight. Whitman and Linfield each have four.
Willamette University has three full time counselors. When compared to similar schools in the Pacific Northwest, we
by Braydon Calder
The preseason kicked off when the L.A. Clippers took on the Denver Nuggets on Oct. 2. The Clippers were led by DeAndre Jordan, who posted a double-double. Jordan airballed a free throw, but the clippers still won the game 103—96.
by Gordie Clary
The fall sports season is about halfway complete as of now, and Willamette teams have experienced tremendous success. The women’s soccer team sits atop the Northwest Conference standings, the men’s golf team has fared very well in recent tournaments including a
by Mark Andreoni
Mark: Let’s start off easy what’s your celebrity crush?
Nastja: Hmmmmm. I don’t know if I know any celebrities. Avril Lavigne. She’s still famous right?
M: Yeah, I think so. Probably. What literary character would you want to party with?
N: I mean it’s just
by Eric Del Prado
Both men and women’s cross-country teams had great showings at last Saturday’s 41st annual Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational at Bush’s Pasture Park. The men’s team took part in an eight-kilometer race, while the women’s team took part in a five-kilometer
by Alex Gordon
It’s fascinating to look at the history of a language. The root of where sayings and phrases come from can say an incredible amount about who the greatest contributors to common vocabulary are. Shakespeare is said to have introduced 2,000 new