By Quinlyn Manfull
Two weekends ago, the Spanish co-captains of the Willamette University Debate Union, senior Kricia Ruano Espinoza and sophomore Emilia Cubelos, took off to Ithaca, New York to compete in the Spanish Division of the 2018 Cornell IV. This was the first time
By Natalie Roadarmel
South African president, Jacob Zuma resigned from office on Feb. 14 after a nearly nine year presidency and a plethora of scandals.
“No life should be lost in my name and also the ANC should never be divided in my name,” Zuma
Once is not enough: Speaking “trans” in the theatre
Within a week of being cast as Anna in “Burn This,” I had received three spontaneous invitations to “talk about the show” from Willamette’s communications team. The simple victory of being cast as
By Jack Wellman
To the student body,
In response to last week’s article, “Reckless spending is silencing,” I would like to take the opportunity to address the article’s critique of the recent Bishop recommendation and the role students had in that recommendation.
First, contrary to what
By Akerah Mackey
Last week an article which was ran in The Collegian about the Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU) saw the same unfactual and inaccurate writing people expect from the Trump Administration. It seems as though the world around us has forgotten the difference
By Claire Alongi
On Feb 14, 2018 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, 17 people were killed and 14 were seriously injured when 19 year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire with an AR-15 rifle.
Another school shooting come and gone.
I’m tired. I’m tired of writing
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
If you’ve been keeping up with the 2018 Winter Olympics over the last few weeks, you might have noticed several athletes competing under the name “OAR”, a team that sports the Olympic flag rather than the flag of any nationality and wears
By Sophie Smith
The 21st century’s Miracle on Ice: North and South Korea have joined forces to assemble a joint women’s hockey team for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang. Appearances of unification like this have been the buzz of the 2018 games, with
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports was all about new beginnings. For the NBA it’s the beginning of the second half of the season and the push for the playoffs. Meanwhile, baseball is back. Let’s take a look at this week in sports.