By Emma Giron
Oct. 31, otherwise known as All Hallows’ Eve, All Saints’ Day or Halloween, is celebrated in the U.S. as a spooky themed holiday where children dress up in scary costumes and go door to door trick-or-treating. However, there is more to this
By Jarod Todeschi
Watching the Food Network over the years has taught me many things. Between the observation of home cooking nuances and absorbing the taste analysis of constrained recipes, the urge to raise the bar in the kitchen has become irresistable. Though the prospects
By Sara Fullerton
The Willamette community offers a variety of resources to help students navigate their time here, and the chaplains’ office is one that provides support in numerous forms. Many Willamette students identify themselves as spiritual but not religious, so the chaplains may not
By Madelyn Jones
Recently, there have been multiple big conversations surrounding sexual harassment and assault online. The hashtag “#metoo” and comments on the allegations against Harvey Weinstein have taken over timelines on all different social media platforms.
Both of these situations have potential positive and
By Matthew Taylor
In a variety of programs that have been in existence since Willamette University’s founding, University employees, their spouses and their children have been provided free or reduced tuition to attend classes and attain degrees both at Willamette and at institutions nationwide.
By Natalie Roadarmel
The Salem Progressive Film Series is a 501(3) nonprofit organization that has been previewing socially relevant movies to the Salem community for the past 11 years. These films, shown at the Grand Theatre in downtown Salem every third Tuesday of the month,
By Kellen Bulger
A little over a week and a half ago, President Trump spoke at an event called the “Values Voters Summit” in Washington D.C. Many outlets picked up a variety parts of the speech as the President touched on a myriad of topics
By Heather Pearson
Scientists announced on Monday that they have detected the collision of two dead stars for the first time in human history.
“It’s so beautiful. It’s so beautiful it makes me want to cry,” said Peter Saulson from Syracuse University about the event.
By Yun Kim
This week the senate meeting was dominated by talks regarding further budget cuts that would impose heavier costs on students. Treasurer Dana Morita shed light on the Sparks Fitness Center witnessing a cut in hours of operation which will require student organizations
California fires impact WU students
by Emma Burgess
On Sunday Oct. 8, thousands in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties were forced to evacuate or face the flames racing towards them, backed by high speed winds. Roads filled with vehicles and smoke carried locals to safety.