by Eric Del Prado
The Willamette women’s Volleyball team was victorious two times this weekend starting Northwest Conference play off on the right foot. They won both of the matches 3 sets to 1 against the Linfield Wildcats and George Fox Bruins, respectively.
On Friday night
by Josh Trissel
The phrase “five-star” may dig up flashbacks from middle school, but Salem’s is not the kind of “five-star” that ends with a painful red handprint on your face or the center of your back. Rather, it is the constellation that ends with
by Nebraska Lucas
“The thing about bagpipes is, they are either something people love or something people hate.”
On Sept. 24, Willamette will be giving students the opportunity to decide for themselves what side they are on. The upcoming theater production of “bobrauschenbergamerica” will feature a
by Devin Vinoray
There is a problem-free oasis in the Historic Reed Opera House that is 503 Sushi Bar. In 1938, legislators at the Oregon State Capitol saw that Willamette students had trouble finding their way back to campus after wandering out late at night,
by Sarah Haghi
A large gathering of Salemites spent three hours running around the Willamette Heritage Center on Saturday, Sept. 19 as part of the fourth annual live action version of the classic Oregon Trail computer game. One minute I witnessed college students dressed
by Christine Smith
Swipe left, swipe left, swipe left, oh definitely swipe right on that one. Imagine an app with a similar concept to Tinder, but with a not so shallow standard used to rate people and the end result of the interactions simply
by Kate Lively
An election will be held today to fill the vacant ASWU Senate seat previously held by junior Maile Symonds. Junior Liz Gill is running for the position unopposed.
Symonds stepped down from her position earlier this year after being a senator for
by Ryan Gail
Have you ever been surprised by a new policy at Willamette University?
Events like the closure of Zena Farm, the change in location for The Inclusivity Hearth, formerly The Center for Equity and Empowerment, and most recently the new smoking ban that
by Gia Anguiano
Community Mentors and Campus Safety officials butted heads earlier this school year after a Campus Safety Officer searched a CM’s room without their consent. Ross Stout, the Director of Campus Safety, described the situation that occurred during Opening Days as a
by Kate Lively
According to an address at last week’s ASWU meeting by Treasurer Caroline Brinster, $178,337 in funds have been allocated for students this year.
According to Brinster’s presentation, Willamette’s student body of 2,097 paid a total $185,498 in student fees. ASWU received around