By Evan Giddings
After enduring three close losses the week before, the Willamette softball team responded in sensational fashion by pummeling both Pacific Lutheran University and University of Puget Sound by at least eight runs in each of their four wins.
Each triumph came by run rule
Baseball = family, ass slaps
By Elize Manoukian
[caption id="attachment_8101" align="alignright" width="199"] IF THE PANTS FIT: Senior center fielder Rolenn Himuro has started all 27 games this season.[/caption]
Participation can feel like too much to ask.
Please don’t ask me to sign your petition, perform in your art show,
By Annie Manhardt
When the sun comes out in Salem, so do the golf clubs and tennis balls.
Campus golf is a game in which players transform the campus into a golf course, attempting to hit certain trees or other landmarks with tennis balls. According to senior
By Gordie Clary
Major League Baseball has seen a lot of rules change over the past few years, involving everything from instant replays to time limits. This year, the new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has his own rule additions, such as a higher strike zone and
By Kellie Standish
Temperatures are rising as summer draws near, and for Oregon hikers this means that lakes are now not only useful for snowshoeing around, but for cooling off from the warm weather. While some spots might still resemble a polar plunge, as the sun
(Not) passing for a prospie
By Sam Hilburn
All for the sake of investigative journalism, I went on a prospective student tour to try and find the difference between Willamette’s reality and the version given to wide-eyed high schoolers and their tired parents.
Instead of a collection of
By Juliana Cohen
Many Willamette students dream of leaving Salem for a weekend to attend South by Southwest, a buzzworthy festival in Austin, Texas that showcases music, film and art and ran this year from Friday, March 13 to Sunday, March 22.
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By Hyakub Herring
I hope anyone reading this article is already aware of the most prominent album of the year thus far, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” by the critically acclaimed king of rap, Kendrick Lamar.
[caption id="attachment_8097" align="alignright" width="225"] Kendrick Lamar recently proposed to his girlfriend of
By Andrea Risolo
After six long seasons, Fox’s musical comedy “Glee” is finally over—thank goodness.
The show, which made its premiere in 2009, burned bright and fast, with the first season finale reporting over 10 million viewers, while the sixth and final season finished with a paltry
By Iris Dowd
In my continuing quest to live with some hope for the future of the planet and the human race, I ordered some protein bars made with cricket flour. The maker, Chapul, is relatively new on the scene, and one of only a very