Possession of a Controlled Substance
Feb. 21, 9:45 a.m. (Kaneko Commons): Campus Safety received a call requesting officers to confiscate paraphernalia. An officer responded and collected the items.
Feb. 19, 8:55 p.m. (Sparks Center): Campus Safety received a report stating a bag had been stolen from
Britt Mitchell, Contributor
Every year, chapters of the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA or the Y) around the country sponsor mock legislative sessions for high school students. This program, known as the Youth & Government program, has the goal of developing young men and women
“In total, I am losing about $1,045 from the shows being canceled. As I made approximately $5,000 last year, this equates to just over one fifth of my annual income.”
Jonny Louangrath, Contributor
Millennials and Generation Z have taken to Twitter by storm, propelling the social media platform into a hub of 280-character memes, opinions and news articles.
Perhaps most interestingly is the website’s ability to facilitate connections through replies, follows and likes. While
Jack Kuyper, Staff Writer
In the first Willamette intercollegiate women’s lacrosse team’s game, on Sunday, Feb. 24, the Bearcats scored the first six goals against Johnson & Wales University, leading to a historical 16-5 victory at Sparks Field. Three Bearcats scored four goals each:
Cody Miller, Staff Writer
Both the women’s and men’s tennis teams broke even this past weekend, winning one match and losing the other. The women’s team lost, 9-0, against George Fox University (GFU) on Saturday, Feb. 23, then went on to beat Highline College, 7-2,
Noah Dantes, Staff Writer
Powered by several home runs and stellar pitching, the Willamette baseball team won two out of three games this past weekend in the series against Puget Sound University (PSU). The first game was utterly noncompetitive from start to finish, with the
Jarin Kobashigawa, Sports Editor
The softball team suffered a tough start to its 2019 season in Caldwell, ID in the College of Idaho Tournament. The team went 0-5 against the College of Idaho, Northwest Nazarene University (NU) and Menlo College.
In the Bearcat’s first
Jarin Kobashigawa, Sports Editor
The men’s and women’s golf teams competed in the Boxer Invitational, which was hosted by Pacific University in Banks, OR this past weekend. Junior Lexi Towner secured 10th place among 26 competing golfers after the first round on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Don Johnston, Contributor
Call Falck is a band of Willamette students that performs rock, indie and pop music around Salem. Tom Farley (‘19), the band’s guitarist and vocalist, and Andrew Weiner (‘19), the drummer, shared their band history, creative influence and changing avenues for aspiring
David Flanagan, Contributor
Though being fatigued is a common and unavoidable side effect of being a college student faced with a barrage of readings, tests and deadlines, it’s not a pleasant experience. Despite the feeling of sleepiness that many of us fight with visits to
Anna Ullman, Staff Writer
A walk by the Mill Stream allows Willamette students to catch a look at the many ducks who spend their days by these waters. After sharing a home for a few years, the ducks’ presence can become quite familiar. However,
Claire Alongi, Staff Writer
When the first “How to Train Your Dragon” film came out in March of 2010, it was a bit of a wild card. The movie was based off a book series of the same name, but the source material wasn’t
By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette track and field team completed at Roy McCullough Stadium last weekend as they hosted the Willamette Opener. The event was well attended as Colorado College, University of Portland, Western Oregon University and Corban University were there. The event