by Jessica Weiss
Sweden’s population is now 2 percent refugees, and there is concern that Sweden’s reputation as a country that properly takes care of its people will slowly wash away as Sweden is unable to handle the burden. Attacks on refugee camps across Europe,
by Simon Orr
Despite what my public persona may lead you to believe, I love this University. I believe it some of the brightest, most dedicated professors I have ever encountered. We have a passionate student body that is vocal about injustice in our lives
Dear Ms. Manoukian,
As a former editor in chief of my college paper, I empathize with the challenges you face in wrangling busy students, faculty and staff under strict deadlines, but last week’s front page story about changes to the Willamette Academy program contained several errors
by Jesse Sanchez
Social justice is an ever-present topic on campus, but its pursuit can become insular for college students. We learn and theorize about the nature of injustice at various intersections. Our class discussions are critical of everything from education systems to our everyday
The Collegian has some sad news for you: we made a few mistakes in our coverage of the changes to Willamette Academy.
In all of our preparation for the stories, which were published across three sections of last week’s issue, we printed several errors that
by Eric Spresser
After a strong finish to the 2015 season, the Willamette University softball team is ready to get the 2016 campaign under way. Last year, the Bearcats finished 16—22 overall, but went 15—10 over their final 25 games and will look to
by Sean Rhodes
Trigger warning: domestic violence, sexual violence, alcohol abuse, unchecked masculinity.
In the NFL, players have reputations. The good reputations include players like Anquon Boldin from the San Francisco 49ers and Aaron Rogers from the Green Bay Packers, who spend enormous amounts of
by Eric Del Prado
This past weekend, the Willamette University swim team loaded up the bus and headed to Federal Way, Washington for the Northwest Conference Championships. Coming into the meet, WU ranked sixth in both men’s and women’s and with plenty to prove
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: Hayden Russell a senior Bearcat basketballer.
Mark: Who is your celebrity crush?
by Braydon Calder
The Golden State Warriors are now 48—4. Oh yeah, by the way that’s the best record through 52 games in NBA history! This last week they beat the Houston Rockets and the Phoenix Suns. The win against the Suns wasn’t very