by Patrick Conroy
Another security camera has been added to the front of Ford Hall, in addition to the two others already installed on campus. In an email to ASWU, Director of Campus Safety Ross Stout said that more cameras will be added by
by Katie Lively
Willamette is projected to fall $2.3 million short of its expected revenue in the 2015–16 academic year, Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Monica Rimai said in the Oct. 29 presentation to students and faculty.
The most significant contributor to this
Campus Equity Week highlights adjunct faculty exploitation
by Sarah Haghi
Visiting professor Sentilles speaks on “breaking up with God”
by Gia Anguiano & Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
Updates from Campus Safety
by Ryan Gail
Senators Merkley and Wyden tackle college debt
by Elize Manoukian
Hundreds of pounds
Faculty inequity trends across the nation
by Sarah Haghi
When you imagine your dream job, does it include job security, benefits and creative freedom? For the majority of academic faculty, that is simply wishful thinking.
This week, Oct. 26–30, is Campus Equity Week (CEW), an annual event
by Alex Gordon
Basketball is the most predictable of all sports. In the last 35 years, only ten different teams have won the championship. The best team usually comes out on top, especially in a seven game series. Maybe that’s what makes this season
by Braydon Calder
NBA The Mavericks were the only team not to win a game this preseason. Who was the second worst team? None other than the East’s representitive in the Finals last year, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The regular season started Tuesday! The Detroit Pistons
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 a sophomore from the men’s tennis team, Derek Lund.
by Margaret Woodcock
Trigger warning: depression and suicide.
Struggling is deemed just an inherent part of the college experience. Fantasized character tropes, such as the muse and brooding athlete, make light of warning signs. Trouble sleeping, abuse of alcohol—amongst other concerning behaviors—get chalked up to