By Rachel Bedolla
“Breaking Bad” has been over for more than a year now.
I remember watching the last season at Cinebarre with my friends, eating blue meth cupcakes and cheering and crying with the audience.
Since then, I haven’t thought much about the series, other
By Garrett Ross
While sitting on my couch after a drudging first day of second-semester classes, I received a Spotify notification pointing me to “Bored In The USA” by Father John Misty.
Wondering if this was a light at the end of the tunnel, I gave
By Shannon Sollitt
Valentine’s Day has come and gone: Whether it arrived as a welcome opportunity for romance or a bothersome burden on singletons’ shoulders, love was briefly in the air (and spraying Lysol definitely didn’t get rid of it).
I had a date with Planned Parenthood
To graze or not to graze
By Juliana Cohen
I’m a sucker for slick-looking apps and startup companies, especially the ones that haven’t caught on yet. I convinced my friends to download Uber when it came to town, and tried to get mere acquaintances in my contacts
By Adam Lacanilao
I had only heard of Gayle’s Italian Market through hearsay, but I had my presumptions about the place before I walked in with a friend this past Friday.
I expected an overpriced boutique that portends for the demise of downtown Salem’s mom-and-pop storefronts, another
By Rachael Decker
Over the weekend, junior and senior theater majors Jihan Haddad and Erika Lebby were rehearsing until midnight for “Helen,” which opens for a preview this Thursday, Feb. 19.
Haddad said that most people don’t understand how much time goes into being a theater major;
Univ. started investigation in mid-December
By Bronte Dod
Salem police arrested visiting instructor of Spanish Antonio Martin-Ledesma and charged him with three counts of public indecency on Wednesday, Feb. 11.
That process will be finished once the period of Martin-Ledesma’s right to appeal the University’s decision
By Bronte Dod
As of Tuesday, Feb. 17, the Zena Farm club petition, calling for the “reinstatement of food production at Zena Farm and demanding student representation and involvement in all planning regarding the future of the Farm,” has 337 signatures from students and faculty.
By Zane Sparling
In a closed-door gathering last October, members of the University’s board of trustees said they wanted to provide more generous scholarships to Willamette’s neediest students.
To increase overall aid, some trustees said the University should admit a greater number of full-freight payers, or students
Prof: ‘We don’t have to wait’ for diversity
By Emily Hoard
University President Stephen Thorsett met with faculty on Feb. 10 to address the endowment, action to increase diversity and the temporary closure of Zena Farm.
In the 2009–2010 academic year, the school spent about $15 million