By Isabel Chadwick
It’s 75 degrees out there, Bearkittens. Time to go outside again and get healthy. The lethargy and extra pounds of winter are hard things to shake off, but with these little tips, just like the daffodils, you’re sure to come back to
By Devin Abney
It has been over two months since the Seattle Seahawks celebrated their Super Bowl victory, yet problems continue to arise for those living on the West Coast.
As witnessing triumph is rare for the inhabitants of the great Northwest, the win has
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By Holly Petersen
There comes a time in late October, when the last pitch is thrown, the last out made and suddenly the whole world grows a little colder.
The newly-crowned world champions exit their locker room, drenched in celebratory champagne.
By Juliana Cohen
One could argue that dubstep has come and gone, but an honest look at the current music trajectory will reveal that the EDM subgenre is here to stay. Look no further than Skrillex’s newest “surprise record,” “Recess,” which dropped on March
By Alison Ezard
If you are one of my beloved loyal readers, you may recall that last semester I wrote a somewhat inflammatory column about the most annoying people studious Bearcats are likely to encounter on the quiet floor of the library. In the column,
By Christine Smith
When I flip on the television while babysitting or just indulging my inner child, I am often disappointed by the array of subpar cartoons and children’s shows that are running these days. Seeing shows with lackluster plots like “Dog with a
While there will always be naysayers when it comes to J. D. Salinger’s writing, “The Catcher in the Rye” and its controversially angsty lead, Holden Caulfield, I count myself a proud member of the strong majority that make up his fan base. And
By Rachel Fifield
Long-awaited changes to the Bistro were officially approved this week, according to Ricktoria Winning, executive manager at. In an agreement passed by the University and the Oregon Health Authority, the Bistro will follow in the footsteps of cafes in San Francisco and
By Elize Manoukian
Like all great discoveries, I found Salem’s best new restaurant, Wretched Refuse, on Craigslist.
When usually faced with late night cravings, I loot the Lausanne Hall fridge for forgotten Goudy wraps or microwavable corn dogs. This time, they were particularly old and
By Alyssa Milstead
Willamette’s incoming class of 2018 will include more hyper-intelligent teenage geniuses than ever before, University officials said.
According to science, each student from the incoming class is either capable of teleportation or founded a Fortune 500 company before they stopped using training