By Alyssa Milstead
Anti-sexist male activist Jackson Katz has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America and was featured in his own TED talk. Next Tuesday, he’ll address a new audience: Willamette University and the greater Salem community.
Katz will lecture on Tuesday, March
By Bronte Dod
Information on sex, sexuality and safe-sex resources will be available to all students this Wednesday, March 12 from 8-11 p.m. during the first ever University-sponsored Sextival. Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU) senators will host the event as part of their Safe Sex
By Alison Ezard
For many Americans, a deep fear lurks in our hearts that we are little more than marionettes, our strings being pulled by some unseen and malevolent hand. But what is it about our society in particular that has created this fear?
By Zane Sparling
A protest that turned into a revolution that turned into an invasion.
For many Willamette students, the crisis in Ukraine has taken place in a world of headlines – unfamiliar place-names like Kiev, Sevastopol or Simferopol.
But for two members of the Willamette community, it’s
By Christopher Day
Apathy is the song of a bird that has come to love its cage. Six years after the 2008 election, do we still have “Hope and Change”?
Do you still believe then-Sen. Obama was correct in saying, “We are not a collection of
By Maggie Boucher
Four hundred and eighty-nine – that’s how many miles I am away from home. That’s how many miles I am away from my family and friends that I’ve know all my life.
Now, I know a few weeks ago I was writing about
“Get involved” seems to be the number one piece of advice given to students about how to make the most out of their college experience.
Whether it’s sports, a leadership position in the student government, being a part of theatre or choir or joining a
By Marika McCarthy
The idea of a “beauty ritual” is pervasive.
But despite tips and tricks slathered across magazine covers in the supermarket checkout line, it has taken me almost two decades to find a skincare routine that keeps my face from being an oil slick.
By Emily Dougan
If you’ve been on campus at all this year, you’ve heard of the “Salem Groper,” a man who has been wandering onto campus to commit indecent acts of sexual harassment and scare our campus community.
I’ve heard several theories on whom this