By Sara Fullerton
In my mind, bands have often existed as somewhat elusive, intimidating entities. I have always loved playing music, but sensed a fundamental divide between my own musical enthusiasm and the skill set needed to forge a name and sound of your own.
By Dorian Grayson
Unless you heard about it from friends, you probably haven’t heard much about “Game Night.” You may have seen the trailer and thought, as I did, that it looked like a decent comedy trailer that might have given away most of the
By Julia DiSimone
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is not only caused by the trauma of combat. The typical portrait of a person dealing with PTSD is a military veteran who experiences flashbacks, anxiety, depression, hypervigilance and self-destructive behavior because of the traumatic events they experienced
By Jarod Todeschi
“How are you spending spring break?” many students might ask one another in the weeks preceding it, as I asked my friend, Lavender Wu ('18) as the celebratory week off approached.
“I am going to Cancun!” she told me, “I’m going by myself.”
By Madelyn Jones
For people who love being whisked away into fantastical, fictional worlds, there are few things better than getting lost in a book or film. However, if story-based indie video games are not in your escapism queue, maybe they should be. There are
By Ryleigh Norgrove
Humans have been looking to the stars for the entirety of our very existence, influencing our science and philosophy and guiding our ships. The GPS has since replaced the sextet in the present day, but the cosmos continue to inspire scientific advancement
By Quinlyn Manfull
On March 21, 2018 at a summit in Kigali, Rwanda, 44 of the 55 African Union (AU) member states signed an agreement that will set up a free trade area through the continent of Africa. With the intent of improving regional integration,
By Heather Pearson
Climate change is currently “the most systemic threat to humankind,” according to United Nations Secretary General António Guterres.
Speaking last week, Guterres pushed for world leaders to lessen their greenhouse gas emissions. However, when addressing the United States, he stated that “independently
By Natalie Roadarmel
This May, elections for the governor of Oregon will begin. The elected individual will hold office for four years, and elections will be held once again in 2022. There are currently 17 people running for Governor, which is more candidates than the
By Kellen Bulger
Just last month it was announced that nine WU faculty members would be receiving tenure and/or promotions from the university. The decision to promote and give tenure to WU faculty members is one that is made every semester and approved by President