By Evan Giddings
While the student body received a brief hiatus last week, both the men’s and women’s basketball squads took no time off. Instead they spent the majority of their Thanksgiving break on the hardwood.
“We do take pride in going out the day after
By Will Falvey and Steven Rodriguez
Atlanta’s Young Thug defies the boundaries of what it means to be a rapper, breaking the cookie-cutter mold of the status quo.
His lines have less substance than a Saltine cracker and half the time he sounds like he’s huffed
By Andrea Risolo
I don’t think the pilgrims pictured a nearly deserted Denny’s at the first Thanksgiving, but that was my reality this past Thursday.
To save time, money and stress, I decided not to go home for Thanksgiving this year.
Even though other Willamette students definitely
Drink Golazo or die trying
By Juliana Cohen
If you’re anything like me, your sleep schedule is as screwed up as your time management skills. In the throes of academic despair, drinking coffee all night to cram for a test or finish an essay might not be
By Brendan McGinnis
My first experience with a modern yo-yo occurred during my junior year of high school in San Mateo, CA.
As my friend and I opened the trunk of his car to retrieve a skateboard, I noticed a small, green metal object. Its shape
By Teddy Wu
After nearly two decades of writing and recording his own music, Ariel Pink and his vibrant discography remain gritty, fuzzy and all-around odd.
The LA native claims to have written more than 500 songs across 100 cassette tapes through the 90s and into the
By Emily Hoard
“We are in a far sounder financial situation than we were at the beginning of the year,” ASWU’s new Treasurer Brad Russell said. Russell was officially sworn in as the new treasurer at the Nov. 20 ASWU meeting.
This semester, former treasurer Greg Ebert
By Alyssa Milstead
On top of other worries that come with studying abroad, Willamette University’s international students also have to consider where they will stay for the 35 days of winter break.
Each semester, residence halls require all students to leave their dorms within 24 hours of
By Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
Senior Brad Russell was sworn in as the new ASWU Treasurer at the student government meeting on Thursday, Nov. 20. The results of the most recent senator election were also announced.
The election, held on Nov. 18 and 19, replaced representatives studying abroad from
University ‘free to ban marijuana'
By Katie Dobbs
Willamette University might not be changing its policies on marijuana, despite Measure 91 passing in Oregon in the most recent election.
On November 4, Measure 91, an Oregon measure for legalizing recreational marijuana, passed with 56 percent of the vote.