By Shamir Cervantes
Our school’s administrative leadership cares more about your money and demographic statistics than you as a person. I think we are all aware of this on some level, but we go about our days without giving it the full attention it should
By Jessica Weiss
Hillary Clinton is the most representative candidate of the Democratic Party. Well, in terms of demographics at least.
I know, I know, I’m another Hillary voter calling you “white” for voting for Bernie. But guess what? In the grand scheme of things, your
By Simon Orr
From Saturday through Tuesday, I was in rural Washington staying in a one-room cabin with a non-binary falconer/hedge witch/leather worker named Mushroom and their partner Jazz.
Several hours after arriving, their landlords/next door neighbors, Natalia and Richard, invited all of us over
By Jesse Sanchez
The wave of violence coming over political rallies have significant implications for the United States democratic system. Our electoral system was designed to be the pinnacle of civilization, but it has become an arbiter of violence.
Of course, these politically violent sparks
By Eric Spresser
In an exciting weekend baseball series between Willamette University and Whitworth University, the Pirates from Spokane were able to grab two out of the three games in the final Northwest Conference action of the season. The Bearcats won the first game on
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: Genevieve Gahagan, Genevieve has been a member of the
By Gordie Clary
Freshman Trent Jones won an individual title, helping the Bearcats win the team title in the Spring Thaw tournament hosted by Lost Tracks Golf Club located in Bend last weekend. Jones topped the leaderboard on both days of the two-day tournament.
By Alex Gordon
Kobe Bryant just finished his illustrious career Thursday night by scoring 60 points on 50 shots to lead (or maybe drag is the better word) the Los Anegeles Lakers to victory against the Utah Jazz. He finishes his 20-year career as the third
By Nate Balk
Let’s be honest, Bryce Harper is “making baseball fun, again.” Whether you like Bryce Harper or not, he’s illuminating what baseball should actually be—an enjoyable game that is fun.
Before Opening Day on April 4, Harper made a comment about how baseball
By Natasha Zedan
In an unusually, exquisitely human way, Willamette University Theatre Department’s latest work, “The Feathered Mantle” and “The Weaver and the Dress” establishes a respected construction and provides a fusion of form, medium and heritage. The production is actually two separate plays; one