By Jared Spohr
A quick glance at Tom Brady’s stat line from the Super Bowl would lead anyone to the educated guess that New England became back-to-back champions. As we know, they’d be wrong. At 28-48 completions, 505 passing yards and three touchdowns, Brady is
By Dani Saunders
The baseball team started off their 2018 season down in Southern California this past weekend, playing Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Friday, Whittier College on Saturday in a double header and Pomona-Pitzer on Sunday. When the weekend came to a close, the Bearcats will be
By Jarin Kobashigawa
Last Tuesday, the Bearcats came out on top against rival, Linfield 66-63. This win allowed Willamette to sweep the season series. Leading the team for the Bearcats was junior Britanny Kochenderfer who scored a career-high 22 points which included six three pointers.
By Dru Draper
Well, everyone can relax now because the Patriots lost. Now that football season is over, the highest ranked sporting league that’s not on television is Willamette University Intramural 5 v 5 basketball.
The basketball season got off to a great start this
Creative culture on campus: Artists are all around us
by Madelyn Jones
Being a student on a college campus means experiencing the discovery, growth and perseverance of the the people around you. It is a time when people are finding and developing their passions.
To whom it may concern,
I have read your recent article pertaining to the sexual assault case brought up against the transfer student.
To begin, this is a fellow student that you are outing without his permission. I completely understand that the female in this scenario
Heather and Holly,
I just wanted to voice my sincere gratitude as an individual for the piece you wrote in the Collegian. I am so proud to know that there are people on this campus taking a stand against assault and its pervasive nature on college
By Phillip Amur
The president of the United States is an individual from whom we expect everything, as William G. Howell discusses in his book Thinking About The Presidency, The Primacy of Power. Our president, along with all elected officials, is charged with maintaining economic prosperity,
By Amarit Ubhi
There is something about the way in which we use and frame our opinions in discussions that hinders our process of having a meaningful discussion. I am not saying that opinions should not have a space in discussion; after all, much of
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
Nobody wants to be awoken in the middle of the night by a loud alarm. Then again, nobody wants to be swept away by a tsunami, blown off by a tornado or demolished by a nuclear missile either. At the same time,