By Eric Del Prado
As you look around campus, you see that approximately a quarter of the student body is associated with an intercollegiate varsity sports team. However, those aren’t the only people on this campus who leave their hearts out on the field or
By Kotma Anjain
Grace Gautereaux, an ASWU senator representing the class of 2020, believes that a zen labyrinth on campus grounds could be a “good exercise in taking a break” for students. This senate project of hers involves a spiral pathway of dirt or sand
A step-by-step guide to pairing class year to alcoholic beverage of choice
By Nebraska Lucas
The Collegian does not endorse underage drinking or the violation of any University policies or laws.
Don’t bother asking the next hot stranger you encounter their grade; that’s a first-year thing to
By Nic Shipley
Junior Laurel Styner is an accomplished singer and vocal performance major. She is a member of the Willamette Chamber Choir and has performed in two operas. Laurel is also a member of Willamette Singers, a nationally renowned vocal jazz group. This past
By Eli Kerry
By 7 p.m. Thursday night, about 10 of us had gathered at the Bistro’s second-coziest agglomeration of couches, facing the brick wall just to the right of the little utensil-and-napkin station. Instead of plain brick, though, that night we were looking at
By Juliana Cohen
Roughly three years back, Lady Gaga released “ARTPOP,” her third studio album; in this very newspaper, I skewered that LP and declared Miss Stefani Germanotta a failed pop act, a tired trend and a semi-retired video vixen who had worn out her
By Gianni Marabella
Cat Cavern was packed once again on Oct. 19 for the third and final DebateWatch. The event involved a viewing of Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton’s final debate, as well as discussion regarding the campaigns.
The DebateWatch was started in 2012, as a
By Gianni Marabella
The budget of the University remained as the critical point of discussion at Thursday’s ASWU meeting. ASWU President Liz Gill described her time meeting with different committees and organizations this past week to get a handle on the budget.
“I’ve been going to
By Dorian Grayson
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, the Marion County Elected District Attorney, Walt Beglau, came to Ford Theater for a question and answer session about domestic violence. Joining him on the panel was Family Violence Program Coordinator Willow Snow-Ferrill and Willamette politics professor David