By Natalie Roadarmel
Have you ever stopped to think about the impact the produce you choose to eat makes? Willamette has. Thursday evening, Goudy hosted a “Local Food Challenge,” which asked students to eat a meal made solely of locally grown foods. This event showcased the
By Quinlyn Manfull
Hearing of Harvey Weinstein was nothing of a shock to me — his misogyny was never shied away from and honestly I would not be surprised to hear any powerful man accused of sexual assault at a serial level.
What did shock me
By Sophia Goodwin-Rice
To a teenager between the tenth and twelfth grades, there is no question more nerve wracking and repulsive than the “college question.” It begins innocently enough: simple queries about what you might be interested in or where you’ve visited so far. Then
By William Gupton
Dear Administrators of Willamette University,
I am writing this in the hopes of communicating some of the thoughts, perspectives, hopes and frustrations that many students feel in regards to their relationship with you. We often throw out words like transparency and responsibility, but
By Sophie Smith
Courtesy of Willamette University Archives and Special Collections.
If you find yourself near the Eastside residences, look up. You will see declarations, written in blue electrical tape, plastered to the windows of first-year student dorm rooms. Highlights include: “OJ Didn’t Do It,”
By Brett Youtsey
As a chemistry major at Willamette, getting strange looks when I tell people what I study is common. Why on earth would I be studying a hard science at a liberal arts college? Shouldn’t I be reading poetry? My answer to these
By Aaron Oda
Between the exciting World Series, the newly physical NBA and the increasingly wild NFL, everyone is sure to be entertained when they pull up sports channel.
The World Series is must watch TV right now. With a game on Tuesday and one possibly
By Dru Draper & Rachel Fischer
Come out and get active! Join us in our flag football or basketball leagues and kick sickness and lethargy. Exercise will help energize you for the upcoming final stretch of the semester.
We hope week nine treated you well and
By Dani Sauners
The Bearcats scored first in their game this last Saturday against the Loggers of Puget Sound. This five-play scoring drive began with a 24-yard pass to senior Alex Israel from sophomore Mathew Castaneda. The next two plays had no gains in yardage
By Jarin Kobashigawa
Last Wednesday, on Oct. 25, the Women’s soccer team took on Lewis & Clark College and won 3-1. The Bearcats struck first in the 15th minute when a header by senior Kelsey Walker was deflected by the goalkeeper, leading to senior Emmy Manset