By Maggie Boucher
Have you ever walked over the Skybridge late at night and just had an innate urge to look up?
Chances are, you saw huge, gross, scary spiders suspended in their webs.
A new study has found that humans may have a special spider-sense that makes
By Jake Saiki
There’s been a moderate amount of campus chatter regarding the University’s plan to extend the number of years students must live on campus, and, like the typical Willamette student, I too have an opinion.
Unlike sex or dating advice, I might actually (for once)
The University’s plan to institute three-year residency requirements for non-seniors is unhelpful, unproductive and just plain wrong.
The three-year goal was announced as a part of the University’s strategic plan, a document otherwise distinguished by its plethora of platitudes, buzzwords and meaningless clichés.
But, in at least
By Kate Piluso
Whenever I shave my legs, I have to be mindful of a very specific spot on my left shin that has developed some kind of strange bone-lump-thing from years of repeatedly getting kicked there during my escapades as an athlete.
Every time I am
By Zack Boyden
The democratic system is supposedly the best system for giving power to the populace.
However, if the entire system is illegitimate, and no vote will change the system, there are people who believe action outside of civic participation is required.
People who take said action
We deserve a turkey week
By Andrés Oswill
California, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii—now, more than ever, students come to Willamette from all across the United States. As the University has gone from being a regional school, with most of its students coming from within the state, to one
By Bethany Hladick
The women’s soccer team ended the weekend with two losses—first by a score of 4-0 against Linfield on Saturday, then 1-0 against George Fox on Sunday.
However, the lady Bearcats didn’t go down without a fight. Linfield achieved only a 10-9 edge
By Max Craddock
With the NBA tipoff less than a week away, the drama between teams has already begun to build around the league.
With superstar LeBron James moving from the Miami Heat back to his original home in Cleveland, tempers between James and his former Heat
By Blake Lepire
This weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Winneconne, Wis., as the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh hosted the AAE Invitational, one of the largest collegiate cross country events in the nation.
North Central College, Grand Valley State University and University of Wisconsin-Eau
By Eamon Smith-Fagan
Despite being a Philadelphia Phillies fan, I left Salem last week to watch the San Francisco Giants take on the St. Louis Cardinals in game five of the National League Championship Series (spoiler alert: the Giants won).
To be honest, I harbor animosity toward