by Andrea Risolo and Elize Manoukian
Features Editor and Chief Editor
The spooky jack-o-lantern rotting on my porch and the viral videos of administrators and students butting heads on campuses across America can only mean one thing: Friday the 13th is coming, and it’s time to party.
by Marika McCarthy
I write about nostalgia: a time, a place, a feeling. Sophia’s kitchen, circa 2011, screaming “Wonderwall” at the top of your lungs because you’re young and that’s what you do because college apps were in, you did all you can and everything
In a letter published in last week’s Collegian, a Willamette student referred to a State Nursing Board inquiry and interim consent order involving one of Willamette’s nurse practitioners. The student wrote that “the school is fully aware that there is an investigation into (the
by Simon Orr
Those prone to wandering around the more backwater areas of campus, or who keep up with departmental politics, may have noticed a new addition to the art building. The rather euphemistically-named “Inclusivity Hearth” now resides in the former home of the
by Casey Dobbert
The Bearcat community is a small one, so it is not unexpected that there is only one dinner option for students with a meal plan: Goudy Commons’ all-you-can-eat meals.
Goudy is run by Bon Appetit, a company that prides itself on “delicious food
by Jessica Weiss
While air travel may be safer than ever (2014 had one fatal accident per 2.38 million flights, compared to every 1.91 million flights the previous year, according to the BBC in February 2015), the prospect of your flight somehow wandering into conflict
by Jesse Sanchez
It’s difficult to separate oneself from the common inclination to make judgements about a work. From examining art history to English, there’s a constant pressure to be critical. A first listen to “To Pimp a Butterfly” is commonly filled with a variety
by Eric Del Prado
Willamette’s men’s and women’s swim teams both had home meets on Friday and Saturday against Whitworth University and Whitman College, respectively.
On Friday night, men’s swimming lost to Whitworth 139—66. Sophomore Mark Yuvienco led the way for the Bearcats, winning two individual
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, Sean Rhodes, a men’s rugby player from Redlands, Calif. is
by Alex Gordon
What defines a sport is an interesting conversation. Is it aesthetic appeal? Physical difficulty? The goal or purpose? How fun it is to play? It’s a difficult question to answer and can be an even more difficult answer to justify.