By Quinlyn Manfull
While most Willamette University (WU) students were at home celebrating the holidays, Willamette Debate Union members, Emilia Cubelos (‘20), Jessica Weiss (‘18) and myself (‘19) were in Mexico City for the Worlds University Debating Championship (WUDC).
The largest gathering of university
By Sanja Zelen
On Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 11 p.m., 14 rebellious college first-years snuck out of the Eastside dorms. The temperature had dropped down to the 40’s and a dense fog had mysteriously taken over the campus. The scene is perfect for what they
By Julia Di Simone
If you’ve ever been to a great therapy session, you know that though your therapist is there to guide you, you actually end up doing most of the heavy lifting. A good therapist isn’t there to dole out advice but instead
By Dorian Grayson
Do you want to see Meryl Streep telling off men trying to control her while draped in a glorious gold robe before going off to bed? Do I have a movie for you.
“The Post” went into wide release a couple weeks ago,
By Sara Fullerton
This year, Willamette’s MLK Day keynote speaker Andre E. Johnson set out to disrupt the myth of MLK as an unequivocally optimistic figure and rather honor King’s legacy by introducing the audience to King as the multi-dimensional figure he was. Johnson synthesizes
By Holly Walsh & Heather Pearson
Content Warning: detailed description of sexual assault, thoughts of suicide.
*Pseudonyms used throughout.
This fall, Willamette admitted a student-athlete found responsible of a sexual misconduct charge at his previous university. This occurrence comes in the midst of nationwide dialogue over the
By Kellen Bulger
Just over a month ago, President Trump gave a rare press conference from the Roosevelt Room. When delivering his written speech at the podium, he proudly proclaimed, “Today’s call to action is about regaining our independence, reclaiming our heritage, and rediscovering what
By Jarod Todeschi
“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside,” reads the first sentence of the fourteenth amendment of the United States Constitution —
By Natalie Roadarmel
On Jan. 13 at 8:07 a.m, a message was sent out to all cell phones, televisions, and radios in the state of Hawaii “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT BOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL”. This false warning sent residents
By Aaron Oda
The new year means many things for the world of sports . With the Super Bowl on the horizon, we as spectators already have a lot to look forward to.
With Super Bowl Sunday two weeks from now, we finally know who