By Alex Geiszler
The Bistro is an iconic entity on campus, founded and operated by students. Its capable staff provides pasta, pizza and buzz bars to compliment the high-octane coffee, which is itself needed to offset hallucinations brought on by all night campaigns against last-minute
By Juliana Cohen
Every semester or so, a new outlet for miscellaneous student observation becomes wildly popular online.
“Willamette Confessions,” the “Hey You!” Facebook page, “Willamette Compliments,” “Overheard at Willamette” and the brand new “WU Truths Twitter” account all aim to reveal a side of
By Andrés Oswill
Four years to be involved, change practices we dislike and improve Willamette. We have four years to make a difference.
As the president of the Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU), not only am I aware of how much I have
By Marika McCarthy
If there is something that I’ve loved above all else, it might be my major. But I am a scientist, and I believe in logic and probably not love at first sight.
Two years ago, I was the reason an ambulance was summoned to the Belknap parking lot.
I sustained a serious concussion two weeks after the semester started, and, though this became a great icebreaker later on, my first semester of freshman year started
By Evan Giddings
Every season, sports teams introduce a new set of “rookies”—along with their sets of skills, attitudes and values—into the world of professional athletics. Every newcomer is forced to adapt, taking on more pressure and responsibility in his or her respective sport than they
By Sidney Gallardo
Rising sophomore goalkeeper Emily Sewall achieved four saves against the Pacific Lutheran Lutes and earned herself a shutout in her first start.
Only three days later, Sewall accomplished a second shutout, this time against the Lewis and Clark College Loggers in a
By Blake Lepire
The end of summer vacation doesn’t have to mean the end of adventure—the university offers numerous opportunities to stay active throughout the academic year.
“The campus recreation department at Willamette is extremely developed compared to peer institutions,” said Director of Campus Recreation Bryan Schmidt.
By Max Craddock
Hello Class of 2018, and welcome to Willamette! You may be curious as to what kind of success you can expect from our athletic teams this year. Well, if last year’s results are any indication, it’s safe to say that we can expect
While most semesters here at Willamette are pretty stressful (as you’ll soon learn, freshies), last semester was particularly taxing for me.
It wasn’t a final exam, a last minute push to get a paper done or an awkward date at Cinebarre. No, the most