By Teo Ekstrom
I tried to write a thoughtful, analytical article that would reveal some hidden truth about socialism, sway the opinions of all 2,000 Willamette students and establish myself as a true scholar of politics. Turns out you can’t do that very effectively in 500
Men’s soccer continues to impress
By Blake Lepire
With almost half of conference play in the books, the men’s and women’s soccer teams both look to finish the season strong.
The women’s team began their conference schedule with four games on the road against Lewis & Clark, Whitman,
By Max Craddock
On Sept. 26, the Michigan Wolverines were playing the Minnesota Golden Gophers in a Big 10 conference matchup.
The Wolverines were getting crushed 30-7 late in the fourth quarter as they desperately attempted to claw their way back into the game.
During a third-and-sixteen play,
By Margaret Woodcock
At six feet, three inches and weighing 220 pounds, Jay Cutler stands proudly with a crisp white number six traced across his belly. The Indiana native is the highest paid NFL player for the 2014 football season.
With a salary cap of $18.5 million,
By Evan Giddings
Strong defensive play and second-half offensive adjustment seems to have become the norm for the Willamette football team, as they extended their undefeated streak in their first Northwest Conference (NWC) game on Friday Oct. 3, trouncing George Fox University 38-6.
Only leading by a
By Evan Giddings
At the 40th annual Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams rose to the occasion, capturing third and second place respectively at Bush’s Pasture Park. The invitational featured over 700 runners on over 30 teams.
The men’s team had
Quiltopia: A crafty convention for a specialty niche market
By Lance Rossi
On Sunday, I spent five dollars to look at a bunch of blankets.
“Why would you want to go look at quilts?” my housemate asked. “I’d rather do something, you know, exciting.”
On paper, the Quiltopia showcase
By Andrew Mell
We often forget our most formative experiences—until someone brings one of them up, seemingly out of nowhere.
This applies to things that happened last Friday night, but also to events dating back more than a few years. No matter how vivid, these memories fade
By Alex Wallace
Before 2012, a contemporary re-imagining of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” might have looked hokey and artificial.
However, William Henry “Hank” Green’s robust public persona allowed him to successfully promote a modern adaptation of Austen’s classic novel with co-creator Bernie Su.
YouTube celebrity Hank Green
By Teddy Wu
For close to the past decade, Steven Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus, has crafted otherworldly electronic and hip-hop music. Albums like “Los Angeles” and “Cosmogramma” explore incredibly glitchy and distorted sounds and mixes, giving his music a celestial and extraterrestrial vibe.