By Gordie Clary
Sports Section Editor
The Bearcats men and women’s track and field teams hosted the Willamette Opener on Saturday March 5, in Bush Pasture Park. The ‘Cats competed against several schools including Western Oregon University, University of Portland, Colorado College, Mount Hood Community College
By Alex Gordon
On June 25, 2009 the Golden State Warriors selected Stephen Curry, out of Davidson College, with the seventh overall pick.
He was an undersized combo-guard with a tremendous shooting stroke, fresh off stealing the nation’s heart with one of the greatest individual March
By Braydon Calder
Senior outfielder Gordie Clary batted .600 (6 for 10) on the weekend, but the Bearcats lost all three games to the Lutes of Pacific Lutheran University. The Bearcats fell to 8–10, 3–6 in the Northwest Conference, after their trip to Parkland,
By Gabriela Romo
Aptly titled “99¢”, Santigold’s third full-length album weaves electrically smooth harmonies together with dance pop beats and undeniably catchy lyrics in a fashion that critiques the music industry’s capitalist fabrication and consumption of celebrity image and fame. Keyboards and gold crocs
By Nebraska Lucas
Discomfort is a component Miles MacClure, sophomore, frequently toys with in his photography — and his most recent artwork is no exception.
As I settled onto a wooden, corner bench in the first floor of the art building with MacClure to discuss
By Sarah Haghi
On Wednesday, March 2, two professors and accomplished writers—Sarah Sentilles and Rick Barot—shared some of their latest work as part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series.
Sentilles is a visiting professor in the religious studies department and has written three books. She
By Christine Smith
Stranger danger is a real fear that most endure on a regular basis, yet most expose themselves to stranger danger on a regular basis without a second thought. I’m not going to lie; most of the time I am wary of
By Katie Lively
The music department’s spring season is just kicking off, with vocalists and instrumentalists preparing for a variety of events coming up in the next month. These include the performances of the comic opera “The Hotel Casablanca” from March 10-13 as well
By Gianni Marabella
“The term ‘how to move to Canada’ spiked last week as a Google search after the Super Tuesday results came in, and hopefully we can help explain what happened,” Associate Professor of Politics Melissa Michaux said. She was reflecting on last
“The printing system in our school is pretty chaotic,” said first year senator Adrian Uphoff at last Thursday’s ASWU meeting. Uphoff, in conjunction with fellow senators sophomore Dana Morita and Gianina Lyons, have been working on projects evaluating the environmental and fiscal aspects