by Charlotte Mcgeever
Oregon is a state filled with fun places to go—from the coastal towns to the rolling hills of the Willamette Valley to the peaks and high desert landscape eastward of Salem, there are many places to explore close to our capital.
by Margaret Woodcock, Columnist
In a pre-ESPYS red carpet interview on July 15, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Ronda Jean Rousey made a historic dig against Floyd Mayweather.
“I wonder how Floyd feels being beat by a woman for once.”
She was directly referencing Mayweather’s well-documented history of
by Misha Radonjic, Staff Writer
The authors of “The Coddling of the American Mind” point out in their article for The Atlantic, “Don’t teach students “what” to think; teach them “how” to think.”
No doubt, universities would serve a dubious role if they only provided students with
by Jessica Weiss, columnist
On Friday, Aug. 21, the first two women graduated the U.S. Army’s elite Ranger School, which was traditionally only open to men. Yes ladies, as if Ronda Rousey wasn’t enough, we finally have representatives to show our country that we can tough
by Jesse Sanchez, columnist
Social media has become a firestorm of anticipation surrounding the upcoming presidential election. While the Republican primary is a mess of candidates, most of whose names I can’t remember, the Democratic competition between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton (and O’Malley, I guess)
by Joshua Singer, Staff Writer
Unless you’re from Salem, for many new Bearcats, the transition to Willamette University will be the longest distance from home they have ever traveled. It will be the first time a sleepover spans over a single night, the first time a
by Genevieve Gahagan, Staff Writer
You’re at a baby shower. Perhaps for your sister, or for one of the three friends you stayed close with after high school. There’s a big poster on the wall that reads: “IT’S A BOY!”
You may find yourself totally at peace
The 13 sophomores and juniors who received summer Carson grants in spring 2015 are now reaching the final stages of their projects in preparation for review coming this September.
The Carson Undergraduate Research Grant, established by an endowment from Bill Long ‘59 in honor
by Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
Late last July Willamette unveiled their updated website featuring a variety of major layout and design changes. These included a new hashtag, search engine optimizazation and a brand new homepage featuring many more photos of students and professors around campus.
Vice President of
by Gregory Hill
Starting September 8 bus routes in the Salem and Keizer area will be changing to better reflect community needs. Titled “Moving Forward”, the project uses existing funds to redistribute buses in a way that creates more efficient service.
This system redesign was based