By Aubryn Walters
Mom, Madre, Mam, Mama, Mother, Madriguez, Dawn, Don: these are just a few of the names I call the woman who forcefully shoved me out of her uterus one fine afternoon in August. She is one of the most influential people in
By Mark Andreoni
Bearcat Spotlight interviews personalities, captains and talents from Willamette varsity and club sports. Learn about these athletes, and what they do when they’re not at practice or playing for the Bearcats!
Up this week: Gordie Clary, a senior exercise science major from Vacaville
By Alex Gordon
The first round of the playoffs started recently and, for the most part, the series has delivered. Here’s a quick recap of all the most enticing first round series in the Western Conference.
Warriors VS Rockets: 3-1
The bizzaro Western Conference finals rematch
By Braydon Calder
The Willamette men’s golf team travelled to Sunriver, Oregon, this past weekend to participate in the Northwest Conference Tournament. Willamette finished third, shooting a 598 (298-300) over the two round tournament.
Junior Peter Mitzel was the best finisher for Willamette after
By Eric Spresser
The men’s and women’s track and field teams earned a combined total of five 2016 NWC titles this past weekend at the Northwest Conference Championships held in Portland, Oregon.
Two of the Bearcats’ first place finishes came on Friday in the men’s
By Gordie Clary
The pressures of walking into a new job, in an entirely new space, seeing only unfamiliar faces around can be overwhelming. This is what Athletics Director Valerie Cleary felt one year ago when she accepted the job or did she? No one
By Christine Smith
The final weeks of the semester look something like this: another day, another paper to write. Any of my spare moments are usually spent planning. I scroll mindlessly through the pages of Craigslist and Jobcat, hoping a job will appear that will
By McCall Concannon
The Senior Art Majors Exhibition debuts every spring as a culmination of all their artistic experiences and a final statement of their four years of studies. On Sunday April 25, I had the great pleasure of attending the exhibit, located in the
By Sarah Haghi
Sister Outsider, a critically acclaimed slam poetry duo, came to Willamette on Tuesday, April 19 in the final event of the spring 2016 Hallie Ford Literary Series. Allison Hobgood, Associate Professor of English, and the Students for Feminism club hosted the event.
By Ian Rosenzweig
We’re only days away from May, which means that for most all of us here at Willamette, the alluringly lewd liberties of warm aimless summer nights are beginning to dominate our attention spans. This month, the PNW witnessed some refreshing days of