By Jeremy Hansen
So begin the trials and tribulations of a Donald Trump presidency.
Forgive me for taking so long to comment on it, but I needed time to process. You can understand, can’t you?
What happened purely defies every ounce of logic, but that
By Ariadne Wolf
I think I decided to be glib and callous and refuse to admit I care about people, or politics (which after all is built of people) because I wanted to be fragile. I think I wanted to be the thin, wispy,
By Louis Knox
Super Bowl 51 will feature the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons in Houston, Texas. This matchup features two of the most potent offenses in the league, led by the star quarterbacks Matt Ryan of the Falcons and future Hall of
By Aaron Oda
This past week in sports has been interesting to watch because of the many events that happened. Between the Pro Bowl and the Australian Open, there was something for every sports fan.
The NFL Pro Bowl happened this last weekend. The AFC
By Alex Gordon
Only six seasons ago, the Philadelphia 76ers went to the conference semi-finals and battled the Lebron era Heat. Most will point out that it was a fluke that they were there in the first place. They were the eighth seed, going up
By Eric Del Prado
Both basketball teams headed to Eastern Washington this weekend as they faced Whitworth University and Whitman College. They both had tough times, and neither team was able to get a win.
On Friday night, the women’s team was in beautiful and
By Kellen Bulger
I will admit, I am substantially biased here.
I grew up in Spokane, Washington, home of Gonzaga University. My brother is a student there, and over the course of the past ten years I can count the amount of Gonzaga basketball home
By Emma Smoll
Three Willamette faculty members are currently finalists in the 2017 Oregon Book Awards. The Oregon Book Awards is a subset of Oregon’s Literary Art Inc. that recognizes Oregon authors for their work in poetry, fiction, drama, literary nonfiction and literature for young
By Caitlin Forbes
The recent psychological thriller “Split,” directed by M. Night Shyamalan, had all the hype, but fell flat in theatres. The plot follows Kevin, a man with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), who has 23 personalities living inside of him. Working with psychiatrist Dr.
By Zachery Wolf
A New Year means a new you. It can also mean new explorations of interests or rediscovering old interests. Either way, the passing of an arbitrarily decided date shouldn’t stop you from diving into something that will make you happier and let you