By Dorian Grayson
Part of your tax money goes to the Department of Defense. This money is used for military equipment and soldiers’ salaries, both of which they pimp out to Hollywood for TV and movies. You read that correctly; Phil Strub, the Department of
By Sara Fullerton
A couple weeks ago, you may have noticed a Peace Corps recruiter in the University Center lobby. In case you’ve been curious about the organization but haven’t looked into it yet, I hope to offer some important background information here.
Peace Corps is
By Julia Di Simone
If you get your mental health advice from Tumblr, you might think that the best way to take care of yourself is to curl up into a burrito of blankets and watch Netflix for as long as your heart desires. I
By Raquel Reynolds
Closing in on the fifth week of school, many students have found some rhythm around the mountainous of homework and never ending stress to turn their eyes to the future. As summer quickly draws closer, many students may be looking for ways to
By Jarod Todeschi
Valentine's Day, like many other holidays, is partially built on a chocolate framework. Truffle-filled and edible hearts dressed in their finest pink and red ribbons grace the shelves of convenience and grocery stores everywhere. Chocolate takes no prejudice on the single, either,
By Aaron Oda
This in week in sports has been filled with drama. While all kinds of players bounce around teams before the NBA’s trade deadline here in the states, pressure is building for the Winter Olympics. Let’s take a look at what happened this
By Dru Draper
We got good news! The Winter Olympics have begun! Events should be streaming in Montag for your viewing pleasure throughout the events. Swing by and watch the world’s best athletes compete for gold!
Those athletes weren’t the only ones going for gold
By Jarod Spohr
This past Saturday, men’s and women’s basketball participated in their senior day games at home against Pacific Lutheran. Both teams were victorious, with the Bearcat men winning 60-46 and the Lady Bearcats edging out a victory 63-59.
Before both games started, there
By Dani Saunders
Both the men’s and the women’s swim teams were in Federal Way, Washington this past weekend competing in the NWC Swimming Championships. The championship meet began on Friday, Feb. 9, with four Bearcat swimmers qualifying for the ‘A’ category finals while six
By Jarin Kobashigawa
Over the weekend the Willamette Baseball team traveled to Grand Prairie, Texas. On Friday, at AirHogs Stadium, the Bearcats lost to both Texas Lutheran and LeTourneau by one run. Matt Steindorf, a junior from Granite Bay, California was the starting pitcher against