by Therese Nguyen
In an effort to change things up and escape the long Saturday afternoon Goudy lines, I ventured on a short search for an all-American meal. Roxy Dawgs satisfied my craving with food and service that does not break the college piggy bank.
by Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
A new task force has been created this year to evaluate the Willamette Academy program that was started over a decade ago as a means to reach out to communities historically underrepresented in secondary and higher education institutions.
Associate Professor of Sociology
by Kate Lively
The beginning of September brought with it a wave of compromised email accounts.
WITS Help Desk Manager Mitch Jones said that over 400 accounts were affected starting the week of August 31, when WITS began receiving notifications from Google of suspicious login activity.
by Elize Manoukian
While most students are wondering where they’re going, Linda Kelly ’69 is thinking about where she comes from. This President of the WU Alumni Association has been hard at work prepping for Alumni weekend’s activities—while still managing to stay on top of
by Ryan Gail
Citing significant decreases in store revenue, a committee headed by Associate Vice President for Financial Affairs Robert Olson made the decision in recent months to lease the Willamette store to an outside company.
Follett Higher Education Group, a privately owned company that manages
By Holly Petersen
I’ve mastered the art of accessing dusty recollections from the mental file cabinet of my favorite memories, plucking a single one out and constructing it around me, enveloping myself in it.
There is one that I call on most frequently, although it’s admittedly
by Braydon Calder
Here is a recap of everything that has happened in sports this past week. Ok, not everything, but some stuff that’s happened.
The season starts this week. The Eagles released Tim Tebow, keeping him relevant in the sports world for a little while
by Lexi Walker
As college students, many of us make time for daily exercise only to end our weekends having consumed enough beer to keep a sad dad happy for a month.
In reality, alcohol—while delicious and helpful in social situations—is really, really bad for you.
By Gordy Clary
The Willamette University volleyball team felt a range of emotions last weekend, ranging from excitement to nervousness as they boarded a plane for Texas, ultimately headed for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton.
“The team went into this weekend very excited and
by Jessica Weiss
Please stop making fun of us for Donald Trump. We know he’s a problem; or worse, a manifestation of Americans who are sick and tired of progressive society topped off with a nasty wig. We’re doing our best to chase him