If you haven’t been paying attention, willamettecollegian.com received a drastic makeover last semester.
On the homepage, we ditched a clunky, slow-loading PDF of each issue in favor of an aggregate model that links each story to a individualized web page and unique url.
Since then, we’ve seen
By Maggie Boucher
What does it mean to be a woman?
The antebellum decades of the nineteenth century were dominated by “The Cult of True Womanhood,” the notion that womanly virtue resided in piety, purity, submissiveness and domesticity. After that came the idea of the “new
By Brent Hanower
Sra leads women’s golf to sixth place finish in Spring Classic
Junior Taneesh Sra’s solid performance landed her at a tie for fourth in the individual standings, and led Willamette to a sixth place finish overall at last weekend’s NWC Spring Classic in Spanaway,
By Kellie Standish
Forget the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; can you name the Seven Wonders of Oregon?
Oregon’s seven wonders were developed by Travel Oregon for a campaign designed to better market destinations throughout the state to those who hail from inside and outside of
By Blake Lepire
Tiger Woods didn’t win the Masters. He finished 17th, which is actually pretty good for someone who hasn’t played in a while. Instead, a guy named Jordan Spieth won. The 21-year-old became the second youngest player to win at Augusta, behind only Tiger
By Camela Roberts
So you want to workout—but you don’t know where to start. Or maybe you just aren’t seeing any progress in your workouts thus far. Maybe you already workout but aren’t as consistent as you’d like to be.
Well, these issues are very common (at
By Evan Giddings
This Saturday, while I sat at my baseball team’s senior banquet after our last home game, each of the nine seniors spoke about what they held the most dear in sports.
The realization had set in that their long careers in the game
Don’t sleep in. Go to the Saturday Market.
By Christine Smith
Saturday mornings usually consist of sleeping in, trudging over to Goudy brunch and doing anything and everything to pretend homework does not exist until Sunday evenings. With the return of the Salem Saturday Market from 9
By Teddy Wu
What is Death Cab for Cutie’s place in music anymore? What are they bringing to the table in 2015 that matters?
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Fronted by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Ben Gibbard, Death Cab for Cutie became an
By Chris Morton
If you have ever enjoyed Connect-the-Dots, you’re probably going to enjoy what I have in store for you.
In January, a friend of mine was killing time in the Bistro. As I watched him from the line (as we all do) I became curious