Lifestyles

ISSUE 13 | 12/7/16

The meme dream team of 2016

by Juliana Cohen

Perspectives on African ceramics
This year, things looked so bleak and felt so hopeless for millennials that not even professional comics could calm us down from existential dread and anxiety, especially when it came to our current political situation… read more


The creation of “Identity”
by Carol Li


Resident advisors RAte their experiences

by Nic Shipley


Black Lives Matter protests pop up all over campus

by Anonymous


Taylor Swift counter sues DJ in assault suit

by Ariadne Wolf


Humans of Willamette

 


ISSUE 12 | 11/30/16

Navigating the conflict between exposure and erasure: ‘Moana’

by Carol Li

Perspectives on African ceramics
Last week on Nov. 23, Disney released its latest animated film, “Moana.” According to a news report from Hawaii News Now, “Moana” “dominated the Thanksgiving box office with an estimated $81.1 million over the five-day weekend… read more


The Game’s ‘1992’ deserves a Grammy nomination
by Aaron Wiesenfeld


Kombucha: The beautiful, bubbly probiotic

by Nic Shipley


Complicated Cleanliness

by Dorian Grayson


‘The Librarians’ is a magical romp with a humanistic twist

by Ariadne Wolf


Humans of Willamette

 


ISSUE 11 | 11/16/16

Perspectives on African ceramics at Hallie Ford

by Nic Shipley

Perspectives on African ceramics
Last Thursday, Professor of Art History Cory Gundlach from the University of Iowa gave a talk on some of the works currently on display… read more


‘Designated Survivor’ enlivens dark political fantasies
by Juliana Cohen


Let’s talk about abortion

by Jackie McKenna


Highlighting students at WU: “Alika Masei: Athlete, academic, activist”

by Carol Li


Coping with racism: A suggestion

by Akerah Mackey

 

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