By Mason Kelliher
The Café Bon Appetit executive chef announced yesterday that its world-famous dining hall, Goudy Commons, is going to be awarded its third Michelin star this March.
Goudy was the first university dining hall to be recognized by the prestigious French guide book, something
By Jeremy Hansen
I have recently noticed the Facebook newsfeed of one particular girl from my high school who appears to have fancied herself a staunch defender of free speech. I have seen her share multiple Facebook posts of Milo Yiannopoulos, and she mourned the
By Jesse Sanchez
A lot of discussions about inclusion and social justice focus on theory and intellectual ideas. We need to shift the conversation away from the typical intellectual discussion and toward one that considers feelings and the subjective.
While it is plenty good and
By Jessica Weiss
While not the most glamorous of topics, the biggest collision course the executive branch may experience in the upcoming year is with the Federal Reserve. Our new federal government has listed jobs and domestic economic growth as items of top importance. This
Self-acceptance and self-love are not, as it turns out, the same thing.
I still sit in class, glance at the woman I want to be talking to, and wilt. Instead of staring at her, I stare longingly at the ultra-thin, sparkling girls —
By Caitlin Forbes
Islamaphobia has only recently taken center-stage in the media here in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been prevalent in society for a long time. From the examples we see on television and social media to hatred we see in
By Aaron Oda
With the world of sports being a little slow right now because football just ended and the baseball season is about two months away, I can catch you up pretty quickly.
The year in sports has shown us that anything can happen,
The most popular sporting event in the nation did not disappoint this year, with the first ever overtime game, a 25 point comeback and a record-breaking fifth ring for Belichick and Brady. The Super Bowl concluded with a 34-28 overtime victory by the
By Kellen Bulger
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to get absolutely pummeled by way of a 300 pound Goliath of a man slamming your body to the ground? I just did and, well this does not seem like a pleasant way to spend
By Jared Spohr
Bearcat Basketball returned to action this past weekend at the Cone Field House, with the men’s and women’s teams taking on Pacific Lutheran (PLU) and Puget Sound.
Willamette came out strong in the first half and played toe to toe with PLU.