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Issue 24, 2017-2018

 

Feature

ASWU Election Candidates

By The Candidates

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Voting for the Election of Senators for the classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021 begin Thursday morning at 8am and continue until Friday evening at 5pm. Read further for personal statements from each candidate. read more

 

News

Black activists’ legacies live on

by Heather Pearson

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Last week, the United States and South Africa mourned the 90th birthday of the late Maya Angelou and the recent death of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Two famous and complex black activists, the passing of each carries differing… read more


Annual Green Fund receives record amount of grant proposals

by Natalie Roadarmel


Willamette tuition set to increase by four percent

by Heather Pearson


China & US embark on potential trade war
by Quinlyn Manfull


ASWU Report
by Benjamin Love

 


 

Lifestyles

Eyes online: Facebook feigns privacy

by Jarod Todeschi

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A few short clicks through Facebook’s settings, through “Ads,” “Your information” and then “Your categories,” will reveal a list of assumed qualities that Facebook has collected about your personal life. The list contains more obvious info provided to the service directly, like your birthday month and the categories of people and… read more


Discover the thinking that works for you

by Dorian Grayson


Wula 2018 puts safety first

by Sara Fullerton


Poet Willy Palomo talks immigration

by Carrie Fox


The toxicity of your household products

by Julia Di Simone

 


 

Sports

Why hasn’t soccer risen to popularity in the US?

by Kellen Bulger

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“Baseball, basketball, American football, they’ve been around. But I wouldn’t be doing this if I didn’t think I could make a difference,” said former international soccer star David Beckham prior to making the historic move from Real Madrid to the LA Galaxy 11-years-ago. Looking back on… read more


Bearcat Baseball looking good going into final NWC series

by Dani Saunders


Softball endures two days of rain delays against UPS

by Jarin Kobashigawa


This week in sports

by Aaron Oda


 

Opinions

Dear boys: stop interrupting

by Sophie Smith


I am in class, discussing with a group of students the writings of an Enlightenment author. I am the only person in the group who identifies as a woman. No one will let me speak. At first I think nothing of it. In group settings like this…read more


Late capitalism for student life

by Quinlyn Manfull


The need for accessibility in education

by William Gupton


Eliminating single-use plastic

by Sophie Goodwin-Rice

 


 

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