As part of a project for Professor Drew’s Black Lives Matter class, myself and a group of students put together a “Black Lives Matter Special Edition” of the Toilet Paper, and last week put them up in stalls across campus. The project intended
By Nic Shipley
Next month, applications are due for next year’s Resident Advisor (RA) positions. I decided it would be helpful to have some anonymous interviews with current RAs so students can have an idea of what they’re getting into. Full disclosure: I served as
By Ariadne Wolf
Things are obviously bad for women when even Taylor Swift cannot accuse a man of sexual assault and be believed.
Former Denver radio host David Mueller probably assaulted Swift. By “probably,” I mean that there is a photo of him with his hand
By Carol Li
Some of us may recall, “Like a G6,” a familiar tune that was highly circulated back in 2010. This catchy song rose to the number one of Billboard’s top 100 chart in late October that year and was frequently played.
What do you meme?
By Juliana Cohen
This year, things looked so bleak and felt so hopeless for millennials that not even professional comics could calm us down from existential dread and anxiety, especially when it came to our current political situation. We had our podcasts, our
By Ashley Miura
On Dec. 1, the ASWU Senate had its final meeting of the semester. They moved to approve numerous clubs, budgets and bills.
One of the clubs approved was KWU, which will bring back a Willamette radio station.
“Willamette has a really creative culture
A look into how the WU ground crew sets up our holiday lights
By Iris Dowd
Campus electrician Edwin Ulshafer, who is in charge of the Holiday lights at Willamette, has been working at WU for 20 years. He began in 1996, which just happened to
The importance of WU CAUSA’s Border Fence
By Carol Li
As finals approach and winter draws near, many members of the Willamette community are busy with the ebb and flow of production that is expected in the institution of education. Yet, in addition to the academic
By Kotma Anjain
At 9 a.m. on Dec. 3, North Salem High School opened up the 2016 iteration of their annual bazaar. Members of the Salem community spent the day exploring the different tables looking for interesting wares. Every year, the bazaar opens as an opportunity
By Gianni Marabella
In hindsight, it feels like it was unavoidable that religion would be a harsh deciding factor in the election. The Religious Studies department put together a lecture to gather and reflect on how religion impacted the final decision.
“In what ways did