By Jared Spohr
Let’s talk about the big three. The Astros lead the American League West, the Nationals lead the National League East and the Dodgers lead the National League West.
The city of Houston has been through an unspeakable amount in the last few
By Dani Saunders
The Bearcat football team put up a great fight against the Rhodes College Lynxes last Saturday night. If you missed the game, here’s what you need to know.
The final score ended up being 45-42 with Rhodes barely ending up on top.
By Lauren Alexander
When I was a little girl, I would often visit my grandma’s house in San Pedro, California with my parents. In the first room of her small house there was an old stand-up piano that had been out of tune for as
By Dorian Grayson
Life is horribly complicated and nobody can know everything. That’s why it’s always important to keep an open mind and consider when you might be wrong. Yet you shouldn’t question if you are wrong if you don’t support vicious xenophobia and racism.
By William Gupton
Opinions in national discourse are becoming increasingly common. It is progressively more and more difficult to find objective reporting or unbiased primary sources, leaving national rhetoric less productive and more hostile. With this in mind, I want to encourage members of the
By Sara Fullerton
A big post-election topic has been the call to action for us all to step outside our bubbles in favor of conversations with those who hold very different foundational beliefs. I absolutely affirm that our major societal problems stem from the historical
By Quinlyn Manfull
Development of colleges and universities in new areas has always been considered a good thing. Land Grant universities exist to provide increased resources to students from that area. If lacking a major college or university, cities and states often see their
By Brett Youtsey
The events in Charlottesville highlight the growing division in our country. Liberals and conservatives remain engaged in an unproductive battle of rhetoric. In national dialogue, labels such as “racist”, “fascist” and “Nazi” without respect for the severity of these terms can
By Heather Pearson
The Sexual Assault Response Allies (SARAs) are back to work for the year. The highly-trained student advocates provide support for any Willamette University community members, “who have experienced sexual and domestic harassment, assault or violence”, providing validating and non-judgmental space for survivors
By Gianni Marabella
Editor in Chief
The University has entered an agreement which would see all non-counseling services removed from Bishop Wellness Center and instead be replaced by a formal program for students to utilize the urgent care facilities at Salem Health across the street. It is