By Veronica Finney
Kristen Kittleson, ASWU Vice president, has been working with USA Today to create an app called the Buzz that makes news more accessible to students.
“I had zero part in the literal creation, but I was responsible for communicating what we wanted to
A Nation of Echoes
by Oliver Muggli
At La Columbe cafe, across from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, I drank a draft latte and watched as MSNBC set up a news studio under a big white tent. Will remarked that
By Jessica Weiss
The start of a new school year brings many things. For the University of Chicago, it brought controversy. Incoming freshmen received a welcome letter from the dean of students notifying them of the school’s commitment to free speech and lack of support
By Simon Orr
I am happy to be writing to you again. My absence has been painful for both of us, I’m sure. I certainly hope that you have questioned my sudden and unexplained disappearance. Thankfully, I’m back now, so we can resume our vigorous
By Jeremiah Hansen
The presence of politics in our media is at an all-time high, don’t you think? The media has transformed from representing social activists in art as rebels martyring themselves at the hands of police, to activists martyring themselves at the hands of fans.
By Ariadne Wolf
So my boss at my internship is something of a bigot, and he recently ran something in print that stated his personal, rather racist opinions quite clearly. After he did that, I pointed out to my supervisor as politely as I could
By Eric del Prado
For most Willamette athletes, their careers in sports end after their last game as a Bearcat; however, some are lucky enough to work in sports. There are lots of opportunities to work in the sports industry.
Men’s Basketball Coach Kip Ioane
By Dani Saunders
The purpose of the Bearcat Spotlight is to interview captains, talent or personalities from Willamette’s varsity or club sports teams and get to know them better. It’s a way to learn more about who these athletes are and how they like to spend