By Kate Piluso
On the 17th of November, I turned 22.
Please hold all Taylor Swift singing and old people jokes until the end of the column.
Birthdays are a delightfully strange thing. It’s the one time of year where we choose to celebrate the sheer majesty
By Marjorie Meeks
Climbing high on my list of pet peeves are people who try to use freedom of speech as some sort of get out of jail free card.
Everyone’s been around someone in their life who’s done that before. Hell, maybe once upon a time
By Meg Cusick
In ancient Roman times, as part of a celebration, a leader would be dressed up as a god and paraded around the city. He would be praised and worshipped as a god, and right behind him, following him the entire way, would
By Jake Saiki
Every year, my family crams around a covered Ping-Pong table to have Christmas dinner together at my grandparents’ house.
And every year, amidst all of the yelling, gesticulating and crying, my grandma stands up, throws her napkin down in disgust, and spits,
Readers strike back
Two weeks ago, hundreds of print copies of the Collegian were removed from distribution racks around campus.
It’s hard to say if they were destroyed, recycled or dumped in the trash, but the action severely limited the print product’s availability to students.
By Zack Boyden
Ferguson is not an exception.
It is merely an example of deep issues that have occurred and are occurring in the United States.
Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t just an example of one societal problem. It’s a cacophony of red flags that
By Blake Lepire
Willamette’s men’s and women’s swimming programs are now in the midst of their season and have competed against some great opponents thus far.
To begin the Conference dual match season, Willamette traveled to Whitworth University and was defeated in both men’s and women’s
By Max Craddock
Last Friday, Alabama and Auburn squared off in one of the most important games of this college football season.
The two rivals competed in the game known as the “Iron Bowl,” which annually pits the two major Alabama powerhouse football programs against one
After placing three runners in the top five at the Division III West Regional competition, the women’s cross country team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships hosted by Wilmington College at the King’s Island Golf Center in Ohio.
By Margaret Woodcock
Benjamin Watson, tight end for the New Orleans Saints, published an essay on his Facebook last Tuesday night depicting his range of feelings about the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson, the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson,