By Veronica Finney & Katie Lively
Contributor & Staff Writer
The two remaining College of Liberal Arts dean candidates each held a faculty forum in Montag Den during the week of April 4.
Bill Wilkerson spoke on April 5, while Ruth Feingold spoke to them on the
Henne fatale: The trials of Honoria
by Nathaniel Walker
This week’s featured story is a short, satirical prose piece by sophomore Nathaniel Walker. Walker, a music major, has been working on this story since his senior year of high school
By Nathaniel Walker
This week’s featured story is a short, satirical prose piece by sophomore Nathaniel Walker. Walker, a music major, has been working on this story since his senior year of high school.
Leslie the hornet idly munched on some wood pulp. He wanted some
The Collegian sits down with copy editor Klaudia Maciag for a conversation about things that are overrated, things that are underrated and how super superhero movies are.
Klaudia: Like all take-out food?
The Collegian: Yeah, just having the ability to take food out of a restaurant.
By Jesse Sanchez
Willamette has recently made a significant shift in admissions policy. Following an increasingly popular trend in higher education, the decision to no longer require admissions tests such as the SAT and ACT has implications for the role of socio-economics in university admissions.
By Joshua Singer
Election day is on Nov. 8, and although that date may initially seem like the far off future, don’t forget that summer vacations go by in blinks and that an entire life can be supposedly condensed into a second. November is
By Jessica Weiss
This past week has been quite a whirlwind in the gutters of entertainment drama, specifically with certain players of the NBA. Turns out everything is as bad as we imagine or possibly worse, as I realize that most of the people I
By Simon Orr
Most things which occur in this country have some sort of regulatory agency overseeing them. For example, telemarketing is regulated by different agencies depending on whether it’s a mobile phone or landline being called. This column will be a brief overview
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: Jett Gallagher, a sophomore baseball player from Santa