By Kellie Standish
There comes a time in every active and non-active person’s life when the thought of leaving one’s room sounds like the most difficult thing in the world. Whether it is moderately cold, raining or maybe just Monday, the energy it requires to
By Max Craddock
Before this NBA season started, there weren’t a lot of indicators about who would be the top teams in the league.
The Miami dynasty had crumbled with the return of LeBron James to Cleveland. LeBron was joining forces with a team that was
By Josh Cabral
The Bearcats’ final dual meet of the season is now in the books, after the men’s and women’s swim teams fell to the Wildcats at the Linfield aquatic center last Saturday.
With the completion of this event, the men’s team finishes out
By Blake Lepire
Though I felt indifferent toward both teams in this year’s Super Bowl, I felt it was my duty as an American to watch. The game did not disappoint—it was a thrill ride from beginning to end.
However, when I crossed paths with an
By Max Craddock
Coming off some big wins, the men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Washington last weekend to face top conference teams Whitworth and Whitman. The men fell to both teams on the weekend, putting them at 4–6 in the Northwest Conference, while the
The book of Erik: a singing prophet
By Elize Manoukian
The power of the mixed metaphor lies in the attention it calls to incongruity. Together, words like “cross-dressing” and “Mormon”
It’s not as though Erik Kulick, the College of Law student wearing the “Google Cross-dressing Mormon” sign, would
By Shayna Weimer
Anyone who has listened to Nicki Minaj’s latest LP at least 50 times will understand the “Pinkprint” this album leaves on her listeners. Nicki’s presence sticks, particularly in the minds of women consuming her music.
Not many female rappers are visible in the genre—let
By Sam Hilburn
Comedian Marc Maron isn’t talked about as frequently as some bigger names, but since rising from the ashes of a mid-life crisis like a middle-aged phoenix, his career has been experiencing a quiet comeback.
After his “WTF” podcast series increased in popularity, the Renaissance
By Juliana Cohen
When someone tells the world that they’re stressed out, there are a multitude of solutions to alleviate this mental condition. There are also many reasons to take care of that issue, as constant stress affects the body in serious ways (or so I’ve
By Ross Kovac
Halfway up the staircase, before entering the modest white room in which Portland artist Diane Jacobs is displaying her latest exhibit, I’m greeted by hundreds of shimmering, military-style dog tags hanging from the stairway wall.
Looking closer, I see my reflection in each and