by Katie Lively
More than 100 organizations flocked to the south side of campus for Willamette’s annual Activities and Resources Expo on September 3.
Beginning that Thursday evening students could browse, sign up for and direct questions to the leaders of the array of organizations whose
by Tatyana Stangell
In 2014 Willamette students took a survey regarding sexual assault. The findings of the report discuss how the University matches national average statistics for sexual assault.
This means that 1 out of every 5 people will experience some sort of sexual assault during their
by Colin Metcalfe, columnist
The setting is a study room in a Chicago public library. Six students have arranged themselves around a wood table–books out, pencils and pens scattered, surrounded by the ever-present drone of a professor whose greying, unkempt hair seems less a style than
by Andie DiBiase
Sometimes you just have to go get lost in the wilderness. I spent the summer working at a wilderness camp in the High Sierras, giving me the opportunity to live three peaceful months without my cell phone buzzing or worrying about doing my
by Nebraska Lucas
Salem, Oregon: once a backwoods swamp, now home to the state Capitol, has become something of an up-and-comer. Salem has taken numerous steps to modernize their city including developing the underground music scene, opening hot, youthful cafes and—perhaps most surprisingly—food trucks.
The Salem food
by Christine Smith
Some things increase in significance as we grow older, some things get better with age. One part of my life that does not fall into either of those categories is my handwriting.
Cursive books from elementary school still torment my life. I remember
by Kelsey Walker
Naps were the bane of my existence in kindergarten, but they have become an essential part of my life as I embark on my second year as a college student.
Naps are not just a craving; they are a necessity. Each morning starts
by Carrie Fox
With fall sports season already under way, we’d like to introduce you to some of this year’s fall captains and team leaders! While they may seem like tough, relentless competitors on the field, court or course, you’ll find that they’re just your
by Braydon Calder, Staff Writer
They probably should have run the ball. It was only second down and, well, Marshawn Lynch. Instead, Russell Wilson threw that fateful interception and the Seattle Seahawks lost Super Bowl XVIX.
It’s been a year, but it still hurts.
I wouldn’t even consider
by Gordie Clary
DO: Go to Sparks!
Sparks Fitness Center is not just a place for athletes, or the athletic. It is a valuable, free resource available to all students, in order to help everyone lead a healthy and active lifestyle. Energy expenditure is a vital component