By Dorian Grayson
Comedian Adam Grabowski didn’t just bring jokes to Willamette, he brought bracelets. These bracelets were a part of his personal #SayItAnyway campaign, which Grabowski said is about being open and empathetic about emotions, experience and mental health.
I’m wearing the bracelet as
By Jared Spohr
This past weekend, our Bearcat ladies competed in their last series of the season against the Pacific University Boxers. On Friday, Willamette split with Pacific, losing the first and winning the second.
The first game was largely a pitcher’s duel, as Pacific’s
By Aaron Oda
This weekend I saw an article about how the NFL is reviewing its celebration rules and are looking to “relax” it a bit. The NFL is trying to make the game more exciting by letting players show their emotions more on the
By Louis Knox
The two defending league champions, Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs, have not started the season the way they had wanted.
The Chicago Cubs are a team that won 103 games in the regular season last year, the best record of any team
By Ibraheem Hafuda & Rachel Rischer
Congratulations to Beer Kegs and Nut Megs for winning the competitive indoor soccer league this year! This past week we saw intense matchups throughout the playoffs, leading to a nail-biting championship game. Japonification, Beer Kegs and Nutmegs faced
By Eric Del Prado
The Bearcat men’s golf team dominated the Willamette Spring Thaw at Oregon Golf Association Golf Course in nearby Woodburn Oregon. Sophomore Sam Hinton led the way, shooting a combined even par with a score of 144. Hinton attributes his
By Kellen Bulger
This weekend, 18-year-old Becca Longo (a placekicker for Chandler Basha high school in Arizona) made history as she became the first ever female football player on scholarship. Longo will be playing for Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado next fall.
By Amarit Ubhi
Sports Layout Editor
Last Wednesday, the Spanish Club hosted the Fiesta Latina, a lively event that celebrated various Latinx cultures through food, music, dance and poetry.
It started off with food and raffles. Professors were serving food such as chicken tamales ,vegan tamales,
Dear Sherlock and Watson,
The end of the semester has me pulling my hair out with stress. I know the end of the year is stressful for everyone, but how do I make time for my academics without losing the self care I need to stay
By Paige Morrisey
On Thursday, April 13, Ann Krier, the Community Outreach and Education Coordinator at Planned Parenthood of Columbia Willamette, introduced the inaugural Furthering Reproductive Empowerment and Sexual Health (FRESH) campus program to Willamette University. Planned Parenthood created this three-part series to be