By Bethany Hladick
The men’s soccer team traveled to Washington last weekend, defeating Pacific Lutheran 3-2 on Saturday, then Puget Sound 1-0 on Sunday, allowing them to take first place in the Northwest Conference standings.
The Lutes held a 2-1 lead entering the second half
Cheer works to propose stunting
By Holly Peterson
The Willamette cheer team is aptly named, because due to regulations placed on them by the University, they are left to do only that—cheer.
Unlike most modern college teams, Willamette’s squad is grounded, meaning they are not allowed to do
By Tiffany Chan and Jessica Meza-Torres
Ah October—the leaves are changing colors, floating gently to our feet, and as the smell of pumpkin spice and candy corn fills the air, the campus begins to prepare for the holiday we have all been waiting for: Halloween. The
By Christopher Morton
As a science fiction enthusiast and casual gamer, I was super hyped for “Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth.” The whole idea of spreading humanity to deep space and colonizing new planets keeps me up at night and drove much of my thought process
By Jamie Ervin
It’s been a great month for girls.
On Oct. 1, Netflix added “Gilmore Girls” to its instant queue, and on Oct. 7 Lena Dunham debuted her much anticipated collection of autobiographical essays.
The musings of the 28-year-old writer, director, actress and producer, titled “Not That
By Christine Smith
Junior Eric Wright and senior Wyatt Johnson exude enthusiasm, energy and passion in the context of their musical collaboration Cathode.
This inventive duo met via Facebook in 2012 with the shared intent to “make the girls move.” Their existence in the electronic music realm
By Teddy Wu
On the surface, Jaime Meline and Michael Render seem like an unlikely duo—the former a short, redheaded Brooklyn producer and rapper, the latter a larger-than-life black MC from Atlanta.
Meline, under the moniker El-P, became known in New York for his genre-pushing production on
By Juliana Cohen
On a recent trek to my apartment building’s Dumpster, I noticed someone digging through the garbage.
He asked me if I had any empty beer bottles and I offered him a discarded olive oil container. The man declined, informing me of other kinds of
By Zane Sparling
“From the trivial to the profound.”
That’s how Dean of Campus Life David Douglass characterized the changes made in the wake of the President’s Working Group on Sexual Harassment and Assault.
As a result, Willamette officials said they had decreased obstacles to reporting, increased access
By Alyssa Milstead
On Thursday, Oct. 23 in Montag Den, journalist and immigration reform leader Jose Antonio Vargas spoke to Willamette University students and faculty about Measure 88 and what it means to be an American.
Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has written for the