by Jeremy Hansen
When I think of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, I think of the first episode of the British Television Series “Black Mirror.” In this episode, a young member of the royal family is kidnapped and the culprit demands that the Primer Minister
by Jessica Weiss
Last Sunday, Secretary John Kerry announced that a preliminary ceasefire agreement was in the works with, alongside the Foreign Minister of Russia. It’s a big deal, yet many are skeptical. Why is all this happening?
A civil war started in 2011 has resulted
by Jesse Sanchez
We need to talk about Beyoncé, because it’s not everyday a megastar comes out with a song that demands a conversation about race. There are so many points of departure between Blackness, queerness, gender—the whole list. This column feels the need to
by Eric Spresser
In the first weekend of Northwest Conference play, the Willamette University baseball team went two-and-two in Walla Walla, Washington, against Whitman College.
After splitting the opening double header on Saturday, WU lost the first game on Sunday in extra innings before pulling
Men complete comeback; women drop final game
by Gordie Clary
The Willamette University men’s basketball team erased a 17 point halftime deficit en route to a win 74—69 on last Friday’s senior night against the Lewis & Clark College Pioneers. The three Bearcat seniors, Alex
by Mark Andreoni
Bearcat Spotlight interviews personalities, captains and talents from Willamette varsity and club sports. Find out about these athletes, and what they do when they’re not at practice!
Up this week: Anelise Zimmer, aerial dancer and Outdoor Program coordinator from Kodiak Alaska.
by Alex Gordon
I was reading a Buzzfeed article (there goes his journalistic credibility, he gave it up in seven words) in preparation for this one, about why younger people don’t like, or don’t enjoy sports very much. The article proposed that the five
by Evan Giddings
While there’s been a season-long hype about the Golden State Warriors breaking the single-season wins record, the Portland Trailblazers recently did their best to put a dent in their glorified season, giving the Dubs their worst loss of the season, 135—107.
by Alayna Riley
When looking into the work of Vincent Van Gogh, one becomes engulfed in a world of such vibrancy and color that celebrates the beauty of life. But who was this brilliant — albeit troubled — artist before he began his career
by Genevieve Gahagan
After three years of anticipation and the most confusing roll-out ever, mastermind rapper Kanye West released his new album entitled “The Life of Pablo” on Thursday, Feb. 11.
Love or hate him as a person, but one has to admit that Kanye has