by Celine Sannes-Pond
Cliven Bundy and his sons have a weird family tradition of bonding over trying to overthrow the federal government.
Much has been made of Ammon Bundy and the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom’s recent militia occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Harney County,
by Jesse Sanchez
With the upcoming election, the socially justice oriented voter has a lot to consider. We are facing issues including wealth inequality, gender equity, racial justice and educational quality. Many opinions from pundits to political enthusiasts offer all sorts of perspectives about what
by Jessica Weiss
At this point, just hearing “ISIS” is not really scary anymore. The name has come up in American politics so often that an entire presidential debate practically revolved around it, and with the almost weekly attacks in various cities across the world,
by Simon Orr
I have a confession, Willamette. It’s been a long time coming, and I’m finally comfortable enough to share it with the world.
I am a terrible student. Just awful. I don’t go to class as often as I should. I don’t always do
by Josh Singer
The recent backlash against the Oscars are mostly about how the Academy has somehow managed to nominate only white actors this year. This act in itself might not have been so offensive if this exact situation hadn’t occurred in previous years,
The Collegian sits down with Sports Editor Evan Giddings for a conversation about things that are overrated, things that are underrated and why he always carries cabbage.
Evan: Underrated. I don’t think anyone today could live without electricity. They say they could, but let’s be honest,
by Mark Andreoni
Bearcat Spotlight, a weekly feature, 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, Jo Hernandez, a women’s player from Adrian, Ore.
by Braydon Calder
If this is your only source for news about sports, then you missed a lot. However, I will not be recapping all that you missed because this is a piece about what has happened in sports the past week. Sorry.
by Troy Conway
The Willamette women’s swimming team has been red hot in the month of January as they head into this Saturday’s matchup with Linfield College riding the wave of a three-match win streak. The Bearcats are now 4-4 overall, and 3-3 in Northwest
by Eric Del Prado
While the rest of us were at home watching Netflix over break, the Willamette women’s basketball team was hard at work. They played 11 games over the winter break, six of them in the Northwest Conference. Sophomore point guard Mary Eckenrode