By Courtney Neubauer
You know the drill: Young lovers across the nation are displaying their “undying” love for one another (ugh), going out on romantic dinner dates (gross), staring into each other’s eyes (puke)—while Hallmark laughs all the way to the bank. Yes, Valentine’s Day is
By Bronte Dod and Zane Sparling
Former Willamette student Beau Wesley Smith entered a plea of not guilty today in the death of 66-year-old Salem resident. A grand jury lowered Smith’s charge to manslaughter in the first degree, not murder, yesterday.
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$30k funded for Wulapalooza by Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
Univ. shuts down Zena Farm by Bronte Dod
Who is the cross-dressing mormon? by Elize Manoukian
#culture by Jessica Meza-Torres, Edna Htet, & Malorie Hill
Green Initiative kicks off by Katie Dobbs
By Joseph Good
On Jan. 27, the world recognized International Holocaust Remembrance Day, marking the passage of 70 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp by Soviet forces.
Auschwitz and nearby Auschwitz II-Birkenau were concentration camps, where an estimated 1.1 million people—mostly Jews from
By Nate Balk
In March, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while addressing congress in March about Iran and Islamic extremism. However, neither President Obama or Vice President Joe Biden have extended an invitation to him to visit the White House.
Though this may appear beneficial to
By Kate Piluso
My job at the info desk in the UC is probably one of the greatest work opportunities I have ever had
By Tim Daly
I’ve been involved with Zena Farm since I transferred to Willamette three years ago from a small liberal arts school in New York City. One of the primary reasons I chose this school was because of the Zena property and its
Willamette’s Graduate School of Education. The film studies major. And now Zena Farm.
What do all these things have in common? Each provides targeted benefits to niche-interest students. And each program has been shuttered, shut down or drastically revised by the University—leaving students suddenly out
By Zack Boyden
If you haven’t heard of the recent incident at Disneyland to look it up. The “Happiest Place On Earth” was home to something quite unhappy indeed—the resurrection of measles, a disease declared nearly eradicated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in
By Marjorie Meeks
There are very few things in life that irritate me as much as those ridiculously cheap Native American costumes you can pick up every October in your local Spirit Halloween store. More often than not, the outfit involves taking ceremonial garb sacred to