By Emily Irwin
A woman opening a small restaurant/business in a still-recovering economy and providing new food options for Salem residents should be cause for celebration.
And yet, Adam Lacanilao in the Feb. 18 edition of the Collegian (“Gayle’s: Almost too gourmet,” page 4) manages
Brown: Oregon’s new hope
By Colleen Smyth
It’s been a wacky couple of weeks for Oregon, to say the least. But, as the saying goes: Out with the old, in with the new.
Or, better yet, good riddance.
Former Governor John Kitzhaber won election to a
By Kate Piluso
At any given moment, I can hear almost every single conversation that’s held in the hallway outside of my room on Matt third, as well as the faint coughing of my neighbors in the double next to me.
Logic would thusly dictate that
By Aviva Einhorn
The professor crush.
A powerful turn of phrase which by any other name would smell as sweet, surely.
But for me, the word “crush” doesn’t quite do it. It lacks some sort of dignity that these coveted, fleeting love stories deserve.
You know the
Last week, thanks to the hard work of more than 759 Willamette alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and community members, the University raised almost $200,000 in donations.
One question remains. Why?
If you think it’s because the University is in dire financial straits, think again.
By Zack Boyden
For many, Lent is a season of conservation. It is a time to take something out of our lives in order to mark this month as something significant.
As a child, I understood this to be the basis of Lent. I never truly followed
By Blake Lepire
The Willamette women’s basketball team fell to Linfield and defeated Pacific last weekend to conclude their season.
“Our last week of practice was very much focused because we wanted to end the season on a high note, knowing that we were to play
By Kellie Standish
A few weeks back as I strolled the aisles of the grocery store, a flash of red and pink in front of me suddenly blinded me, and I realized that it was that time of the year again.
It was once again the
By Max Craddock
Last week, the Willamette softball team played six games in California, facing Concordia University-Irvine, Pomona-Pitzer and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
On Feb. 19, in their first two games of the season, the Bearcats lost 15–1 and 8–4 in a doubleheader against Concordia University-Irvine, who are ranked
By Gordie Clary
Spring training has started, which means baseball season is here!
To celebrate, I will write about two of my biggest loves in life: baseball and music.
Maybe some people aren’t aware—each MLB player gets to choose his own “walk-up song” that is