By Madelyn Jones
Let’s take a moment to unpack what we think about the word “confrontation.” It is often seen as a harsher approach to resolution than other more passive techniques, or is seen as a last resort if these other techniques do not work.
By Quinlyn Manfull
According to a new study led by researchers at Stanford, Harvard and the Census Bureau, white boys who grow up rich are likely to remain that way while Black boys raised in top income brackets are more likely to become poor than
By Philip Amur
It was with his typical energy that President Putin addressed an enthralled public in Moscow following the acquisition of his fourth term as Russia’s leader. With 99.8 percent of the votes counted, Putin won with 76.7 percent according to data from Russia’s
By Sophie Smith
Last month Austin, Texas found itself in the midst of a mysterious nightmare. Six bombs, sent as packages in the mail or left on streets, detonated around the city over the course of nineteen days. The attacks killed two people and injured
By Brett Youtsey
Like many colleges, Willamette is an echo chamber. While most support the idea of having an open dialogue, there is little diversity of opinion.
I knew about Willamette’s reputation and received fair warning from parents to avoid trouble and focus on my education.
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports we say goodbye to March Madness but welcome a fresh and new Major League Baseball season. Also, the Masters is this weekend and I will be tuning in to see if Tiger can win another green jacket. Let’s
By Dru Draper
Welcome back, Bearcats!
We have a little recap of intramural action from before the break. Mission Unblockable and Ball Blockers are off to a good start this season in the Coed Competitive league as they both are 2 and 0. TIU is
By Eric Del Prado
The men’s golf team came in 17th place in the West Cup over spring break, shooting a combined score of 973. Junior Sam Hinton led the way for the Bearcats as he came in 50th place with a combined score of
By Alexander Gordon
At the beginning of the season things seemed as if they were going to be relatively straight forward when it came to the playoffs. Challengers would emerge in both conferences, but the Warrior’s sheer talent level and the transcendence of Lebron would
By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette softball team started their spring break in Spokane, Washington playing Whitworth University. The Bearcats’ games on Saturday were cancelled due to weather. On Sunday, the Bearcats lost to the Whitworth Pirates by a score of 8-0 in both games.