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The Oracle

The student news site of Hamline University.

The Oracle

Cathryn Salis

Cathryn Salis, Editor in Chief

Cathryn Salis (they/them) is a senior at Hamline studying elementary education and studio arts. Previous to being large and in charge, Salis worked for The Oracle in the sports section as a writer and editor for three years.

Originally from Denver, CO, Salis has lived in and loved the Midway community for its summertime wildflowers and abundance of Little Free Libraries. Outside of The Oracle, Cathryn is involved in Hamline’s Sculpture Guild, Student Media Board, and Zinesters Local 55104.

All content by Cathryn Salis
Panelist Jeremy Hanson shares his story in the professional world with a room full of Hamline community members.

HSB offers career support panel

Cathryn Salis, csalis01@hamline.edu
February 14, 2024
A letter from the editor

A letter from the editor

Cathryn Salis, Editor in Chief
September 12, 2023
Interactive exhibits included senior Gracee Hurley-Brown’s block and
rock table, which explicitly encouraged attendees to pick up and play
with the displayed figurines.

Soeffker spotlight: Seniors ‘23

Cathryn Salis, Senior Reporter
April 25, 2023
Junior Brady Bennett poses with junior Charlie VanGuilder and his parents after a game early in the 2022-23 season.

Brotherhood, modeled

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
April 18, 2023

One meet at a time

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
February 14, 2023
Do you Have a story to tell?

Do you Have a story to tell?

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
December 6, 2022

Hockey hits the wall

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
November 22, 2022
I am: Piper IMpact

I am: Piper IMpact

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
October 4, 2022
All the campus is a stage

All the campus is a stage

Cathryn Salis, Sports Editor
April 13, 2022

MIAC round-up

Cathryn Salis, Sports Reporter
March 30, 2022
Rachel Peterson  Jenneel Rodney proudly sports hard-earned Hamline  track and field apparel.

Out-throwing the distance

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
February 9, 2022

Football finishes strong

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
November 17, 2021
Aidan Stromdahl The Pipers celebrate their win over Saint Benedict only momentarily to show good sportsmanship, but they make sure to uplift each other in their breif celebration.

Siding out the bad luck streak

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
November 10, 2021

Opening the gym, occasionally

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
November 10, 2021
Sophomore Dom Warzecha played in the ITA bracket as the #2 doubles team along with sophomore
Isaac Hultberg. The pair fell to a Bethel team in the first round.

Tennis takes on the ITA tournament

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
October 15, 2021
The Pipers faced off against the Saints on Saturday, October 2 at Klas Field. This is only the second time in three semesters the
Pipers have played in front of fans at their home field.

The homecoming of normalcy

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
October 8, 2021
Aidan Stromdahl Klas Field is an iconic scene for many student athletes at Hamline, and now with the lifting of spectator restrictions, new students can see the stadium for the first time while attending games.

Weekly Piper round-up

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
October 6, 2021
Aidan Stromdahl The ever-changing regulations and guidelines may become confusing for many students, but the rules for spectators this semester are simple.

Catching up to speed

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
October 6, 2021
Andrea Lindner

The return of the intramural program

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
September 29, 2021
Aidan StromdahlDespite some changes in the set up, the Aerobic Center is very similar to the way it was arranged in the previous semester. Facing the Old Main lawn, the center gets plenty of natural light through the huge front windows. Privacy for the users of the center is maintained by the shades that can be adjusted to fit one’s preference.

The future of non-athletics

Cathryn Salis, Sports Reporter
September 23, 2021
Aidan StromdahlJunior Tara Deleo maintains posession during the women’s lacrosse match against Wartburg college.

Weekly MIAC round-up

Cathryn Salis, Sports Reporter
May 14, 2021

Irregular Regulations

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
May 8, 2021
courtasey of Hamline Athletics First year Connor Prok placed sixth in the discus competition with a distance of 32.10 meters thrown. All the track athletes showed up to represent their school with pride and perseverance at their first outdoor meet of the season.

Weekly MIAC round-up

Cathryn Salis, Senior Reporter
April 14, 2021
Courtesy of Hamline AthleticsTRIA Rink has been the hockey teams’ home
rink since 2018.

Weekly MIAC round-up

Cathryn Salis, Sports Reporter
March 24, 2021
courtesy of Hamline Athletucs

Weekly MIAC Roundup

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
March 17, 2021
courtesy of Hamline Athletics

Racking up wins in the rink

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
March 10, 2021

Weekly MIAC Round-up Spotlights

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
February 24, 2021

First COVID-19 MIAC Roundup

Cathryn Salis, sports editor
February 17, 2021
Courtesy of Hamline Athletics
When the weight room was open to the public it was a gathering place for those who wanted to get in shape. Now it is only accessible to athletes who need to train for their sport.

Jumping outside the box

Cathryn Salis, Reporter
November 11, 2020

Picking up the pace

Cathryn Salis, Reporter
October 21, 2020
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