Junior Drew Farmer scored a career-high 22 points against Linfield College on Saturday, Feb. 2, leading to a 74-52 win. The Bearcats lost on the day before against Pacific Luthern University in overtime, 50-49
In the first quarter against PLU, the Bearcats grabbed the
The track and field team traveled to Pullman, WA to compete in the Washington State University Cougar Indoor Invitational. Last weekend schools from the Northwest Conference (NWC) including Lewis & Clark College, Linfield College, Pacific University and Puget Sound University, were in attendance.
Students gathered in Ford theater this past Sunday, Feb. 3, to watch Super Bowl LIII. The game was a defensive slugfest from start to finish, with Los Angeles Ram’s quarterback Jared Goff and New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady combining for zero touchdowns
Willamette's football team is switching things up by hiring two new coaches for the upcoming season. Buster Davis, an ex-NFL player, is the new defensive coordinator and Isaac Parker is the new head coach. Davis competed at Florida State University from 2002-2006 and was
The men’s basketball team won a game and lost a game this past weekend. The Bearcats used a large run in the second half to take down Pacific Lutheran University on Friday, Feb. 1. After a tight beginning on Saturday, Feb. 2, the
Scrolling through the rosters of the Division III (DIII) football teams last season, there is something different about Willamette’s lineup. Placed at the top of the list, because of the number one on the back of her jersey, is Kaylyn Stirton (‘19), the
For anyone who regularly drives to campus, this scene is a familiar one: it’s a weekday morning, class is about to start and the parking lot is packed. You scour the rows of Sparks, then Mill Street and then Sparks again. The
For the first time in the institution’s history, Willamette is releasing a survey focused on problems of inclusiveness and equality on campus. The fully anonymous Diversity and Equity Campus Climate Survey will be sent to out students today, Feb. 6, and aims to
Students of the 2019 class of American Studies Program (ASP) have arrived at Willamette, where they will spend the next year studying abroad. The 96 students from Tokyo International University (TIU) make up the 31st cohort of TIU students to travel to
Emergency Medical Aid
Jan. 26, 10:32 a.m. (Lausanne Hall): An officer received a call about a suspicious individual sleeping on a bench between Lausanne and the Mill Stream. After making contact, the individual requested paramedics be called. The officers contacted Salem Fire and they took over.