By Dorian Grayson
Oregon’s Measure 97 lost on Nov. 8, keeping the cap on corporate sales tax and stopping a 2.5 percent tax on gross sales that exceed $25 million. It would have increased revenue about $3 billion per year. If it would have passed,
By Carol Li
While many students and community members relaxed or travelled to visit loved ones over this past break, representatives from the Willamette Debate Union travelled to England to compete in the Cambridge Inter-Varsity 2016 hosted by the Cambridge Union Society. Cambridge has the
Students congregate for a WEB hosted concert at the Ike box
By Kari Millstein
On Thursday, Nov. 17, students congregated at the Ike Box for “Jammin’ with Grandma,” a Willamettte Events Board (WEB) planned event featuring performances from the Funk Band, Percy Lounge and DoggyDogWorld. Students made
By Gianni Marabella
The surge of reported hate crimes has continued since Donald Trump was made President-Elect of the United States on Nov. 8. These incidents have generally involved bigoted displays defiling people and property alike, and have sent a strong message of intolerance
by Maya Kaup, Angela Desveaux, Peter Moma, Emma Liband, & Ian Robinson
Unfortunately, animal misconceptions are prevalent in our schools, homes and social media sites. Everyone has likely heard that goldfish only have a three second memory span
Find out more about our furry friends on campus
By Maya Kaup, Angela Desveaux, Peter Moma, Emma Liband, & Ian Robinson
Unfortunately, animal misconceptions are prevalent in our schools, homes and social media sites. Everyone has likely heard that goldfish only have a three second memory span.
By Dorian Grayson
To everyone who voted for Donald Trump: you are not necessarily a bigot, but you are OK with bigotry.
I grew up in California, a notoriously liberal playground. Despite my regressive, racist, homophobic, transphobic, sexist, and Trump-voting father, I found out that I
By Ariadne Wolf
In a film entitled “We Need to Talk About Kevin,” a wealthy white teenage boy shoots dozens of his classmates, his sister and his father for no apparent reason.
We need to talk about Kevin.
We need to talk about the death penalty, and
By Jessica Weiss
Tuesday night began a cycle of what we should have known quite too well, and what those who have come before us sadly do know well.
We did not expect America to revert to its mean and show us that fear of