By Jarod Spohr
As we enter the most important month in Major League Baseball, there are many different opinions on which teams are best suited to win the World Series this year.
Let’s start with the wildcard games. The Yankees are playing the Twins on
By Carrie Fox
The Willamette University cross country teams hosted one of the largest meets on the West Coast this weekend, the 43rd Annual Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational at Bush’s Pasture Park. Runners traveled from Oregon, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana Washington and British Columbia to
By Sarah Fullerton
Last Thursday, Oct. 28, members of the Willamette community gathered for a convocation on “White Allyship.” The event was set up to devote equal time to faculty speakers and student speakers, with a 20 minute Q&A at the end.
From the start, it
By Dorian Grayson
For those of you that haven’t seen It (2017), I would suggest you stop reading and do so. It is a great movie with surprisingly good child performances and amazing filmmaking from a director for whom this is only his second movie.
By Emma Giron
There are a range of emotions felt on campus with the mega earthquake predicted to hit Oregon in mid-October. It is understandable for people to feel unprepared, panicked and in a continuous state of anxiety. Willamette University provides links to an Earthquake
By Raquel Reynolds
The popularity of animal focused accounts on the Internet is undeniable. They litter feeds of all forms of social media to the point where you can’t scroll without a picture of a cat popping up. On Instagram, estimates of popularity of animals can
By William Gupton
This weekend featured the premier of the Willamette Theatre Department’s production of “An Inspector Calls” by John Boynton Priestley, and—in many ways it was a tremendous success. This production is a phenomenal opening to the department’s 2017-18 season, setting a strong precedent
By Heather Pearson
On October 1st, Oregon’s new distracted driving law began taking effect. It is now illegal to use or hold any electronic device while driving, including cell phones, GPS’s, laptops or tablets. Under these new regulations, drivers face stricter rules, higher fines for
By Gianni Marabella
KWU, Willamette’s newly created student run radio club, is now officially broadcasting 24/7 at willamette.edu/org/kwu. Broadcasts began a month ago, but the official kick-off show was on Sunday, Sept. 24.
This is the first time the University has had it’s own radio club
By Jessica Weiss
Mass exodus and claims of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar have bore little fruit in media coverage, as a refugee crisis arguably escalating faster than the one in Syria unfolds before the world’s eyes. In an environment where we are so engaged with