by Jesse Sanchez
The 1960s were known as a time of heightened activism with college students at the forefront of pushing for social change. From sexual liberation movements to anti-Vietnam protests, taking to the streets was a part of life for many students with particular
by Olivia Monical
As days shorten and the end of the semester approaches, we at Willamette tend to buckle down, take stock, make revelations and sometimes hit a wall in the process. And in the midst of it all, it is easy to forget
by Gerardo Jauregui
In countries all around the world, an illicit drug crop is harvested for its brown -colored opium. After the crude opium is bundled and packaged, it is converted into heroin and smuggled through an elaborate link of global smuggling routes that circumvents
by Simon Orr
In my five semesters at Willamette, I have received 13 timely warning emails from Campus Safety. Of the emails, three are weather advisories, five pertain to the Salem groper of ‘13, two detail a Willamette faculty or staff member committing sexual crimes
Three Willamette players were recognized this year as All-Northwest Conference players.
Senior outside hitter Sarah Fincher won First Team All-Northwest Conference, as well as Honorable Mention All-West Region. To add to her accolades, she was named the NWC Volleyball Player of the Year.
Senior outside hitter and
by Braydon Calder
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking like they’ll break records this year, although they are hoping they won’t. The 76ers are off to a 0–10 start for the second year in a row. The record for the longest losing streak to start
by Blake Lepire
The University of Missouri system’s president, Tim Wolfe, announced on Nov. 5th that he would resign amidst a collective uprising from the University of Missouri community.
Jonathon Butler, a graduate student and leader of a student group calling itself Concerned Student 1950, sparked
by Eric Del Prado
The Willamette University men’s basketball team began their season this past weekend, and finished with a record of 1—1.
Their season opened with a victory Friday night against the Macalaster Scots in front of a raucous home crowd. Leading the way for
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, Racyne Parker, a women’s basketball player from Klamath Falls,
by Nebraska Lucas
On any given day, senior Anya Rogala dons everything from pointy-toed felt shoes to a bright orange 70’s jumpsuit with style that will leave you crushing hard. Rogala is self-described as “patchwork-y”, and pieces together outfits that the rest of us