By Philip Amur
It is an undoubtable truth that all too frequently, we as humans naturally find ourselves contained in our own little information bubbles. While this is the case in most of the world’s issues, this proves especially true with regards to politics.
By Jared Spohr
The Willamette men’s rugby team has risen from a winless squad for the last four years to league champions this year. They earned themselves a national ranking. National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) ranked the boys at No. 46 overall in
The unfortunate case of Andrew Bogut
By Alex Gordon
It’s been well documented that Andrew Bogut’s Cavaliers career lasted literally 58 seconds. The images of him holding his leg against the scorers table have been all over the internet. It was an injury that prompted
By Louis Knox
This past weekend, the Willamette track and field team competed in the Pacific Preview. The Preview featured athletes from all over the Northwest Conference.
There were several Willamette athletes who shined over the weekend. The best performance came from junior Jewell Sparks,
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports we saw teams in NCAA basketball battle in conference tournaments for a coveted ticket to the big dance, (A.K.A. the NCAA tournament), a basketball player hit a milestone and a sniff of real baseball.
This week in sports
By Eric Del Prado
The men’s tennis team had two matches this weekend, as they played the No. 33 ranked Lewis and Clark Pioneers on Saturday, March 11 in Portland and they hosted the Lutes of Pacific Lutheran on Sunday, March 12.
By Kellen Bulger
“The messages they send, year after year, are not consistent,” an always passionate Jay Bilas proclaimed when referring to this year’s NCAA Tournament selection committee.
With regularity, every year in early/mid-March an absolute firestorm of national media is ensued, all surrounding the
By Rachel Fischer & Ibraheem Hafudo
Last Thursday Henkle, Gym hosted the final round of games for 5v5 intramural basketball. Each league, coed beginner, coed competitive and the men’s, battled for the championship t-shirt. The men’s league championship game ended up being played by
Dear Sherlock and Watson,
I have this person who thinks I want to live with them, and I don’t know how to tell them they are wrong. Mostly because this person is my roommate. What do I do?
Dear Remorseful Roommate,
Try dropping subtle hints to your
By Madison Melenudo
Are you in need of a song with a catchy beat to help boost your workouts at the gym? Or maybe you need a little motivational tune to help you stay positive as we prepare for the overlapping midterms next week.