By Margaret Woodcock
On Oct. 1, a group of women’s international soccer players filed a gender equity lawsuit in Canadian court.
The lawsuit is against the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), regarding the use of artificial turf at the
By Max Craddock
If you were to base the Heisman Trophy race off of what has happened on the field this year, there would be no question that Jameis Winston is making a strong show to repeat as this year’s winner.
However, due to the off-field
By Bethany Hladick
The men’s soccer team took on both Whitworth and Whitman at home this weekend, ending the first game in a scoreless tie with Whitworth after two overtimes on Saturday, and falling to Whitman 2-1 on Sunday.
Against Whitworth, the Pirates outshot Willamette 20-9
Cross country sweeps conference
By Evan Giddings
This year’s Cross Country Northwest Conference Championships saw both the men’s and the women’s teams run through the competition, capturing team titles for the second consecutive year in a row.
However, this year was particularly memorable, as it took place at
By Evan Giddings
As the Linfield College offense took over on their own 28-yard line at Maxwell Field—down three points—Willamette stood just 54 seconds away from upsetting the No. 5 nationally-ranked team in NCAA Division III.
Fifty-four seconds later, the Bearcats accomplished exactly that.
“I couldn’t believe we
1989: A step in the right direction
By Teddy Wu
Since making waves at age 16 with her self-titled debut album, Taylor Swift has dominated the music scene for close to a decade. Throughout her incredible career, Swift has endured a plethora of critics and doubters at
By Christine Smith
Students in search of a cost free masseuse, a prime napping spot or just a moment of relaxation will find solace in Bishop Wellness Center’s newly created Mind Spa. While the room is a bit on the small side, the humble alcove
By Ian Sieg
Aside from “Inglorious Basterds,” I’m a stranger to WWII films, so forgive me for not picking up on possible tropes in David Ayer’s “Fury.” This director drives home the point that war makes monsters of everyone.
The American troops may have been fighting a
By Zane Sparling
The college experience teaches many things, but primarily how to write an email.
I write a lot of emails.
Does this make me cool or popular? Hilariously, the answer is no.
But, in the job market, the ability to write a cogent or
By Juliana Cohen
Stuck between the rambunctiousness of Halloween night—and the blistering hangover that inevitably follows—stands a depressing series of realizations.
Aside from losing all desire to partake in the never-ending bonanza that occurs whenever a holiday falls on a weekend, and dismissing the costume I