The life of a professor after hours
by Holly Walsh
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I sit in the front corner of my 10:20 a.m. Astronomy class eagerly waiting for Professor Jed Rembold to begin his lecture. Even though it’s my first class of the day
The tale of Jed Rembold and his connection to the Willamette community inside and outside of the classroom
By Holly Walsh
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I sit in the front corner of my 10:20 a.m. Astronomy class eagerly waiting for Professor Jed Rembold to begin
By Jessica Weiss
The United States just approved the largest foreign aid package in history. Israel will receive $38 billion in military aid over 10 years. The U.S. has made this deal in hopes of improving Isarel’s air force technologies and missile defense systems.
At the most recent CLA faculty meeting, Michael Beseda, [now former] Vice President of Enrollment, mentioned that one of the contributing factors to our dramatic under-enrollment in the incoming first year class was the “poisonous” atmosphere here on campus last spring. Some convincing support for
By Ariadne Wolf
When I was seven-years-old, I started breaking the rules in a way that was, back then, most unlike me. I’d started riding at a stable and, to be honest, it was boring. I plodded around on a 20-something quarter horse who clearly
By Quinlyn Manfull
All recent polls show Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump tightening. A Michigan poll that showed Clinton’s lead narrowing from 10 points to four points in a head-to-head matchup within the last month particularly grabbed my attention. I’m still reminiscing about Aug. 8,
By Calista Whitney
If we did not currently use politically correct vocabulary, would racism become even more prevalent in our current American society? Would sexism pop up in casual conversation in every sentence? Being politically correct helps to promote equality in our society.
By Jared Spohr
On Sept. 25 and 26, the men’s and women’s golf teams competed at the Pacific Invitational Tournament in Banks, Oregon.
Leading the way for the men’s team was sophomore Sam Hinton. Hinton shot three-underpar over the course of the 36-hole tournament to
By Alex Gordon
Men’s Soccer Willamette defeated Pacific last Saturday in a 1-0 nailbiter. The lone goal came from senior Julian Hanlon-Austin in the 54th minute. Senior Josh Fuentes saved a penalty late in the second half to preserve the win. The team traveled to