By Dru Draper
Winter Olympic Update!
The US is standing in 5th place in the medal count with 10 medals, as of Sunday. Norway leads the way with 26 medals! Nick Goepper won the silver-medal spot in ski slopestyle and John-Henry Krueger also won a surprise
By Jared Spohr
This past weekend, Bearcat baseball took on the Linfield Wildcats to open conference play. After an excellent performance by junior starting pitcher Matt Steindorf and some hot bats, the men held on to win the first game with a score of 5-3.
By Kellen Bulger
If you go to the NCAA’s website, they have a section where they outline the term “amateurism”. The webpage starts by stating “Amateur competition is a bedrock principle of college athletics and the NCAA”.
Why is a word that you’re more likely
By Jarin Kobashigawa
On Friday, the Bearcats traveled to Sherwood Athletic Center and beat Whitman University, giving them their third loss of the season, 62-55. Junior Britany Kochenderfer led the way for Willamette, scoring a career-high 24 points, she was 3-for-3 from the three-point line
By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette women’s Basketball team as been excelling on the court as of late. They completed their first winning season since 2000-2001 and they finished in third place during the regular season in the Northwest Conference.
However, their feats off the
Within a week of being cast as Anna in “Burn This,” I had received three spontaneous invitations to “talk about the show” from Willamette’s communications team. The simple victory of being cast as a cisgender woman in a play became the catalyst for
By Jarod Todeschi
On March 4, the red carpet will rollout at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA for the 90th annual Academy Awards. Presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the ceremony aims to honor achievement in film this last year.
By Sara Fullerton
Last Monday evening, Samiya Bashir — poet, scholar and creative writing professor at Reed College – shared her poetry in the Hatfield Room through outpourings of sonic, dramatic and multimedia expression.
Those present felt the total body experience that is Bashir’s artistry.
By Dorian Grayson
“Black Panther” is a triumph of a film. Ryan Coogler, the director, didn’t receive enough critical recognition for “Creed” in 2015, and now, he and Michael B. Jordan, the movie's villain, are back to earn the widespread acclaim that has now taken
By Julia Di Simone
“The landscape in here, the environment in here is sterile, stressful. You know, everything is hard,” Johnny Cofer shared with The Oregonian, referring to life at Oregon State Penitentiary (OSP). “It kind of makes us feel like we need to be