By Akerah Mackey
Racism in this country is prevailing over sanity, and, if not properly addressed, may soon be here to stay. Between daily micro-aggressions and a political climate where a president endorsed by the KKK will take office soon, it may be time to
By Juliana Cohen
If “24” embodied the spirit of America under the Bush Administration, then “Designated Survivor” is reflective of reality following the once-unthinkable election of Donald Trump.
When FOX canceled “24” in 2010 after nine seasons, most television critics had already stopped caring about
By Gianni Marabella
“There is no room in our country for hate, and we need to let that be known,” said sophomore ASWU senator Nate Dausman at a rally held on Nov. 11, in Jackson Plaza. The event was setup to allow people within the
By Carol Li
The solidarity rally last Friday at Jackson Plaza recalled memories of this past spring, when students, faculty and staff also showed support and solidarity to protect an important college program right by our campus, Willamette Academy (WA).
Although efforts to support Willamette
By Dorian Grayson
On Oct. 10, 2016, over 125 people packed into Cone Chapel for a post-mortem on the election. Four of them were the panelists: Sociology and Ethics Professor Emily Drew, History Professor Leslie Dunlap, Economics Professor Jerry Gray and Politics Professor Melissa Michaux.
Artist Jess X Chen performs and enlightens in Cat Cavern
By Iris Dowd
Poet, activist and interdisciplinary artist Jess X Chen came to Campus on Wednesday, Oct. 9 to provide what students described as much needed empowerment and hope. The event was organized by Carol Li
By Ashley Miura
At ASWU senate’s last meeting on Nov. 10, Controller Ken Pifer from Finance and Accounting gave a presentation on the endowments of the University and of ASWU. Pifer explained how the endowment worked and talked about the current financial status.
Pifer used an
By Kari Millstein
On Saturday night, the members of Alpha Phi and their guests met at the Mill Museum across from Kaneko for their annual fall semi-formal, this year themed Under the Sea.
This event was organized by Mattie Wiltbank, the vice president of risk management
Swerving to Save a Life: Discovering Autocross
by Matthew Sabbah
I had driven this two-lane stretch of freeway on my way to school at least a hundred times. I was cruising in the left lane; not speeding or driving recklessly on this clear, bright, Southern California day