by Sarah Haghi
When sea turtles are born, they immediately break out of their shells and waddle down the sand towards the water. All of the sudden, their life is transformed from a mellow, supported existence to a chaos of independently struggling for survival.
by Thao Tran
Don’t get me wrong, I love Goudy’s enchilada bake, but there are some changes that have been introduced to dining services that are harder to swallow. It was Aug. 26, the first day of school. I happily arrived at the doors
This editorial represents the composite opinion of the Collegian Editorial Board.
Despite what else you may have discovered on this page, the purpose of a campus newspaper is not to speculate. When emails circulate about confrontations between students, Community Mentors and officers of Campus Safety, the
by Jesse Sanchez
After reading a recent article by Cody Charles titled the “Ten Counterproductive Behaviors of Social Justice Educators,” I gave some thought to how social justice advocacy looks on campus. It’s been a topic in CM training, the Mosaics Mentoring programming for students
by Marika Mccarthy
My favorite topic to write about is nothing. Most of the time, I legitimately think about nothing.
Nothing is everything. It’s the whole world, the white noise of the universe: pure, untouched. A calm composed of chaos.
I love what I do. I like
by Christine Smith
Spend a few minutes in the bistro and expect to find at least a handful of people with sprouts bursting out of their heads, much like the appearance of characters from the bizarre Pikmin game.
This man bun phenomenon has consumed the
by Nic Shipley & Niko Morozov
Imagine walking into Goudy and discovering that only the ‘healthy’ station, one or two of the options at the other stations (usually green beans or something of the like) and the salad bar were serving food.
This is the reality
by Nebraska Lucas
“The Diary of a Teenage Girl” is unlike any independent film I have ever seen. If you have not yet seen it, go immediately, and leave your mom at home. The indie genre is slowly becoming normalized in its plots: pot scenes,
by Jonah Miller
Willamette is home to a diverse population of artists, intellectuals and a buzzing music scene. The music scene here is showcased every year at Wulapalooza, but the groups also play a variety of campus, local venue and house shows the rest of the
by Ryan Gail
With 34 percent of the Willamette community declaring affiliation to one of the University’s nine Greek organizations, Greek life seems to be off to a strong start for the 2015-2016 school year.
Much of this enthusiasm for Greek life was showcased this Labor