By Tobin Hutt
Lifestyles Grand Overlord
Normally my ‘boss’ (or whatever she is exactly) Christine, lifestyles editor, writes the Bearcat Bullet. However, this week, she has made the biggest mistake in her editing career by letting me write this week’s bullet.
I’ve been working for the Collegian
By Ryan Gail
Following months of intense political pressure from animal rights groups, Willamette University made the decision last week to release its mascot, Blitz the Bearcat, back into the wild.
An anonymous spokesperson from the Salem chapter of the Animal Liberation Front says that
By Katie Lively
The case below the counter at the Bistro has lost two of its staples: the chocolate chip cookie and the vegan chai cookie.
Students who frequent the Bistro will continue to see a label of “Vegan Chai” next to batches of cookies
By Gia Anguiano
Administrators of the College of Liberal Arts recently approved a professor’s request to create a class in the foreign language department dedicated to languages of cult television and book series.
A curriculum has already been designed for classes featuring the languages from
By Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
April Fools'! (This article was published as part of the 2016 Collegian April Fools' edition.)
In response to recent student protests over Willamette Academy, the decreasing number of tenure-track positions and general anxiety over the University’s future, administrators have decided to publically
By Gianni Marabella
It was announced to all undergraduate students via an email last Friday that the number of credits required to graduate from the College of Liberal Arts will be increasing from 31 to 40. The change was justified as a response to
Spring’s ephemeral presence: Campus blossoms here and gone
by Arianna Woicekowski
It’s springtime — not according to calendars, but certainly with regard to what’s outside. Have you seen it? Did you see the flowers? read more
WU celebrates Native American heritage
by Giani Marabella
Vietnam War veterans
By Arianna Woicekowski
It’s springtime — not according to calendars, but certainly with regard to what’s outside. Have you seen it?
Did you see the flowers? You aren’t too late. Well, you are for some, but not the others.
Everything is early this year, have you noticed?