When Super Bowl commercials become a cultural phenomenon
By Alex Gordon
In 1967, the first year the Super Bowl was broadcasted, a 30 second commercial spot cost $298,045 in today’s dollars. For Super Bowl LI ,the same time slot costs $5.02 million. At the time,
Rachel Fischer & Ibraheem Hafuda
Welcome to the first edition of Intramurals Weekly! We hope you’ve all had a great start to 2017. As the semester progresses, opportunities on campus continue to arise and one of those is intramural sports. Intramurals serve as a fun and
By Ariadne Wolf
I think I must be mistaken for not relating more to the images I see in queer movies recently. I know I am supposed to find these stories of love found and lost between female-bodied individuals amusing and empowering. I strive to
By Juliana Cohen
By now, everyone and their mother has heard “Bad and Boujee”, a top-rated banger from Migos and Lil Uzi Vert that came out right before Halloween last year. With a Metro Boomin tag at the beginning of the track, reprising the Future
By Caitlin Forbes
As part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series, critically acclaimed author David Shields visited Willamette on Thursday, Feb 2. Shields has written over 20 books, most of which are creative non-fiction. Shields’ work has been translated into 20 languages, and his most
By Carol Li
Since President Donald Trump was sworn into office a little over two weeks ago, Fox News has reported that as of Feb 3, he has signed 19 executive orders so far. With such a drastic shift in the United States mainstream discourse
By Dorian Grayson
On Feb. 1, 1842 a group of Methodists made the decision to found a university before the territory they were standing on was even a part of a state. In 2017, 175 years later, the school took the day to look back
By Carol Li
On Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 1 p.m., a crowd of students, faculty, staff, community members and organizers gathered at the front steps of the Oregon State Capitol to bring forth issues to Oregon state legislators during the first legislative session.
By Eli Kerry
Rural counties in Oregon will be hit particularly hard by the expiration of a U.S. Forest Service program which has been a major source of funding for public services for over a decade.
The Secure Rural Schools (SRS)program was introduced in 2000 to
By Emma Smoll
Building Bridges is a buddy system where CLA students are paired up with ASP students to introduce them to the Willamette and Salem communities.
First-year Johnson Pham has decided to revive this joint Willamette and TIUA program that died out in 2001.