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Issue 19, 2017-2018



WU Causa and ACE visit Northwestern Detention Center

by Wu Causa

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“I’ve been to prisons before but it’s nothing like this,” an activist at the People’s Tribunal said. On Feb. 4, 2018, WU Causa— the pro-immigrant rights club on campus that works with local organizations to fight for immigration reform— and the Asian Coalition for Equality (ACE), drove to Tacoma, Washington to attend the People’s Tribunal organized by the Northwest Detention Center Resistance (NWDCR)… read more



Leadership shifts in South Africa

by Natalie Roadarmel

“No life should be lost in my name and also the ANC should never be divided in my name,” Zuma stated during a nationally televised political address. “I have therefore come to the decision to resign as President of the republic… read more

Hospital renovations to address long wait-times

by Jordan Degalia

OR legislature discusses healthcare for all

by Kellen Bulger

WU prepares second Day of Service
by Heather Pearson

Spanish language debate team win big coast to coast

by Quinlyn Manfull

ASWU Report
by Ben Love



Goudy works to improve after criticisms

by Dorian Grayson

Over the years, Goudy Commons has faced criticism from students about their quality of food. Goudy breakfast and lunch have… read more

“Celebrity Big Brother’s” first American installment

by Jarod Todeschi

Guns don’t kill people: they shatter us whole

by Heather Pearson

Rising popularity of podcasts: tune in to tune out

by Madelyn Jones

Find new artists with at-home concerts

by Sara Fullerton




Women’s Basketball had a historic season

by Dani Saunders

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The 2017-2018 season has been monumental for the women’s basketball team. Not only did they defeat a team that is nationally ranked at #13 in the top 25 Division III women’s basketball polls, they also competed for the Northwest Conference championship against George Fox University. Amongst these accomplishments, there were two players who received… read more

Willamette Softball team opens NWC play

by Carrie Fox

Norway wins Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

by Jarin Kobashigawa

This week in sports

by Aaron Oda

Intramurals weekly

by Dru Draper



The sun never sets on Xi Jinping

by William Gupton

Late last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping was given a decision made by his own party that solidifies his role as the most powerful man in the world. The Communist Party in China has…read more

Give your money to women

by Quinlyn Manfull

Russian collusion isn’t as simple as it seems

by Sophie Smith

Turning a blind eye to the war in Syria

by Sophia Goodwin-Rice



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