By Evan Giddings
Despite a record-setting day for the Bearcat offense, they were unable to keep pace with Whitworth University, losing the back-and-forth contest by a score of 61-45.
The Willamette attack, which accounted for 669 yards of total offense, was led by senior running back Dylan
By Max Craddock
Last week it was discovered that Heisman Trophy frontrunner Todd Gurley had been signing and selling autographs.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) prohibits college athletes from accepting compensation for their likeness, meaning that Gurley’s selling of autographs conwstitutes an NCAA violation.
Gurley’s actions have
By Bethany Hladick
The men’s soccer team defeated Linfield at McMinnville on Saturday, with junior forward Yazan Hishmeh scoring the game’s sole goal at 70:30, leading Willamette to their fifth victory against a Northwest Conference (NWC) opponent and their eighth win overall.
Linfield outshot Willamette
By Margaret Woodcock
On Sept. 30, in a Land Rover heading southbound on Interstate 95 in Baltimore at about 1:40 in the morning, Michael Phelps was clocked going 84 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone.
According to the Maryland police, after being pulled
Love looks doomed in ‘Gone Girl’
By Ian Sieg
Twisted does not even begin to describe human nature. If Hollywood is an accurate barometer of our culture, we’re beyond fucked up.
“Gone Girl” opens with a question: What do you feel when you look into your lover’s eyes?
By Will Falvey
Long Beach native and 21-year-old Vince Staples dropped “Hell Can Wait” this past Monday, to the delight of many in the backpack rap community.
It’s only a seven song EP, yet it manages to pack a heavier punch in terms of narrative than most
By Andrea Risolo
Does bad pizza exist? Of course not. But after pitting Padington’s and Odd Moe’s in a taste test battle to the death, I learned the difference between decent pizza and superior pizza.
As a faithful disciple of downtown Salem’s Straight from New York since
By Sam Hilburn
A few days ago, we all survived Family Weekend, where everyone’s parents (except mine) come to see how far their kids have let themselves go in only a few short months without adult supervision.
Seeing your kids grow up can be hard (or so
By Juliana Cohen
Our country has never elected a president who identified as an atheist.
This bothers some people, especially those concerned with the separation of church and state.
Don’t get me wrong: making the division of religion and state a central provision of our government turned out
Study shows better reporting
By Zane Sparling
Warning: This article will contain statistics about power-based violence and sexual assault
The number of forcible sexual offenses reported to University sources jumped to 20 in calendar year 2013, up from 13 last year, according to federally-mandated security data published October