By Dorian Grayson
If “Family Feud” polled 100 people and asked, “top saturday night activitiess,” I’d imagine the top responses would be dancing, partying and drinking. Watching a Performance of Henry Purcell’s Only Opera, “Dido and Aeneas,” probably wouldn’t even be one response. But
By Zachery Wolf
On Tuesday, March 7, poet and theorist Fred Moten came to Willamette to perform a poetry reading. He is a cultural and literary theorist interested in art, especially jazz and modern installation.
He included stories and prefaces to his poems, and read
By Sean Rhodes
I have been waiting for this movie to come out with the same intensity that folks have before a Justin Bieber concert. I watched each trailer about 30 times, and I’ll tell you I was not disappointed by this film. It
By Dorian Grayson
Gavin Grimm is a high school boy not allowed to go to the boy’s bathroom. He took the matter to federal court, and it worked its way up through appeals to the Supreme Court.
Like other issues too polarized for state or
By Gonzalo Garcia & Lorenzo Oloño
On Monday, Feb. 27, the Salem City Council unanimously passed an inclusivity resolution that declares that “the use of city funds, personnel or equipment for the enforcement of federal immigration law is prohibited.”
In other words, Salem police are prohibited
By Jesse Sanchez
Upon entering the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, visitors encounter a desk with an attendant sitting behind it. Students can show their ID cards to prove their University affiliation in order to get the free admission available to all Willamette students.
By Eli Kerry
Amongst the rise in hate crimes in On March 8, Willamette students and staff assembled in Smullin to march through campus and the Capitol as part of the nationwide A Day Without a Woman protest to raise awareness of issues such
By Emma Smoll
Most Willamette students take it for granted that they are offered healthcare through the University. Many students may be unaware that a large portion of the student body isn’t afforded this same privilege under the Oregon health care policy.
Students under the
by Carol Li
Last week, on Feb. 26, the 89th annual Academy Awards Ceremony was held. Prestigious Oscars were handed out to various cast and crew of film productions, along with performances and entertainment for the audience. The Oscars are one of many available awards,
By Carol Li
Last week, on Feb. 26, the 89th annual Academy Awards Ceremony was held. Prestigious Oscars were handed out to various cast and crew of film productions, along with performances and entertainment for the audience. The Oscars are one of many available