By Matthew Taylor
Among the many controversial policy debates that have defined the Trump era thus far, the travel ban first instituted by the administration in January has stood out in its longevity and divisiveness. In an effort to foster a culture of debate and promote
By Kellen Bulger
Last week, President Trump traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas to see the damage that Hurricane Harvey had inflicted and to give a speech. This was all done in hopes to reassure his administration’s commitment to those affected by the record-breaking storm.
By Emma Giron
As would be expected for the beginning of each new academic year, the Willamette administration has made a number of changes on campus. Each year, the university strives to reevaluate the budget and hire new staff to accomplish this feat.
By Derek Kennedy
It is a well-established fact that the typical Willamette student in 2017 is inordinately involved in bettering their community, and this is not a recent phenomenon. Just ask Sue Corner ’90: during her time as an undergraduate, she majored in English and doubled-minored
By Jarod Todeschi
Last week, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Kordei, better known as Fifth Harmony, took the stage twice at the MTV Video Music Awards, first to accept the award for Best Pop Video, and then to perform select songs from their
By Madelyn Jones
Transparency is often a problem on college campuses. There have been cases of colleges that have tried to cover up hard topics like the rate of sexual assault and where tuition money is going. This lack of transparency continues to be a
Don’t give up on the beautiful things
by Lauren Alexander
When I was a little girl, I would often visit my grandma’s house in San Pedro, California with my parents. In the first room of her small house there was an old stand-up piano that had been
By Mason Kelliher
Last Thursday, a first-year student spent the whole day wondering if it was OK to tell people that it was his birthday.
After waking up with high expectations for a day filled with “happy birthdays,” and questions like, “what’d you get?” the student