By Miles Sari
Senior art history major and 3-2 business student Christian Oldham views fashion as a temporary, albeit less painful, form of body modification.
“I like clothing that drastically changes the shape of my body,” Oldham said. “I’m a fan of layering. I think
By Nicole Na
Okay, I admit it: Salem has its fair share of decent eateries. The smattering of Salem diners, though, is really no match for its neighboring Portland, Ore., food scene.
In recent years, Portland has become quite the center of culinary attention, with
By Julia Brotman
If you’re one of many students who isn’t already familiar with the bands and artists performing at Wulapalooza on Saturday, April 19, fear not. Here’s a quick and dirty guide to all the performers:
Radiation City (Indie pop): This band has a timeless
By Rachel Fifield
Ranch Records on High Street, the oldest independently owned record shop in the area, is a brilliant combination of music, friendliness and some bargain nostalgia. Selling records, CDs, DVDs and even tapes, the shop is a layout of several small rooms, making
By Anna Fredendall
If I had a dollar for every time I have been asked, “How did you end up at Willamette?” I could probably pay off my student loan. Since I hail from Atlanta (yes, the one in Georgia), it’s not like this question
By Maggie Boucher
I always have a plan. I always have a backup plan. And I always have a backup-backup plan, too.
Whether I’m mapping out my schedule for the week or for the next 10 years, there is a sense of control that comes
by Marika McCarthy
As someone who was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, all my life experience has only reinforced my belief that the best part of the year is the transition from gloom and doom into sparkling, sunburnt days.
Sure, March has a
Northwest Nice? Banana Wars? Waste, Risk and Cash Transfer? Bildungsroman? The blessed day has finally arrived. Today is Student Scholarship Recognition Day.
If you’re like most students, you probably are sleeping in right now.
Especially for students whose spring break consisted of stressing about
By Emily Dougan
As we are all well aware, Vice President of Enrollment and University Communications Michael Beseda recently sent out an email in which he, maybe unintentionally, made it sound like we are less than perfect.
Obviously, his wording was awful and people
By Oxana Miller
Political turmoil is plaguing Ukraine. It began last year with peaceful protesting and has since escalated into war. With Putin’s annexation of Crimea, the tension has only worsened.
Having grown up in Ukraine, it pains me to watch my country be oppressed