By Ariadne Wolf
I’m not going to see “Fifty Shades Darker,” and that’s that.
I had a Christian of my own, see. He even had the same name.
My Christian was also controlling and broken, and convinced me to hate everyone else in the world besides himself.
By Paige Morrisey
The total annual estimated cost of Willamette tuition for undergraduates has now reached a whopping $62,064. Although scholarships to newly admitted applicants are plentiful, students awarded the highest — paying scholarship would still be paying around $40,000 a year. Students find ways
By William Gupton
I thought about trying to create some clever way to begin this article, but I am far too eager to talk about the incredible feats of Willamette’s production of “Lear’s Daughters” to place such an emphasis on a snappy start. I shall instead
By Jessica Weiss
Populist far-right sentiment across Europe has only seen upward momentum since Britain voted to leave the European Union and Trump entered executive office. In 2017, several elections in Europe will be taking place and all eyes are on candidates that would have
By Jesse Sanchez
A major component of the presidential transition is building relations with other nations.
It is customary for the new president to visit their counterparts throughout the world to forge diplomatic ties. These relationships are important for issues including trade, national security and
By Molly Jones
Authorities of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, commonly known as North Korea) deny any involvement with Kim Jong-nam’s death at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia.
Kim Jong-nam is the eldest son of former leader Kim Jong-il and the half
By Dorian Grayson
The Board of Trustees started to meet this Thursday to discuss the budget and potential changes to various parts of Willamette’s structure. Between meetings, the Board took time for a lunch break with students in which they took feedback on what they
By Eli Kerry
In response to Donald Trump’s recent travel ban, undocumented immigrants in America have begun seeking asylum in Canada, preferring arrest in Canada to potential deportation in America. As reported by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or “Mounties,” many of the migrants cross
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