By Kit Kingstad
From high school football coach to Willamette’s head coach for the men and women’s golf teams, Patrick Daugherty had no idea where a career in coaching would lead him.
As he finishes his fourth year of coaching for the University, Daugherty has
By Blake Lepire
Despite losing its first three games against six-ranked Linfield College over the weekend, the WU softball team was in a good shape entering the fourth and final game of the series.
With a win, the Bearcats would be heading to the Northwest
By Devin Abney
Since a March 15 victory over George Fox University, the Willamette baseball team has competed in an array of close games, blowouts, pitching duels and slugfests. But no matter what the style, every game has ended with the same result: a Bearcat
By Zach Oseran
March Madness really lived up to its name this year.
Though the constant upsets and victory of the University of Connecticut over the University of Kentucky were definitely unpredictable, there was one specific story that resonated with me throughout the exciting buzzer
By Alyssa Milstead
When she was a college student, Professor of Sociology Linda Heuser dreamed of teaching at Willamette University.
That’s because the University isn’t just her employer – it’s her alma mater, too.
“It had always been my dream, in the back of my
By Bronte Dod
On April 1, Switchboard – a combination job search, favor swap, alumni – student connection service and digital marketplace–was launched for use by the University community.
Founded by alumni of Reed College, Switchboard is another outlet for students, alumni and faculty to find
By Olina Cavedoni
Senior anthropology and German major Grace Katzmar hasn’t always had the best relationship with the language she’s been studying for the last eight years.
“When I was young, my dad often randomly spoke to me in German,” Katzmar said. “I just said,
By Alison Ezard
On Monday, April 14, I, along with about 60 other students, got naked on campus in front of eager onlookers, including prospective students and their parents, in the name of tradition.
Unless you live under a rock, you probably know that I’m
By Juliana Cohen
On April 8, Microsoft stopped providing updates for Internet Explorer 6. Although it once commanded more than 90 percent of the market, in recent years it has become more of a punchline. Even so, it cannot be denied that for many of