By Rachel Fischer & Ibraheem Hafuda
With 5v5 basketball playoffs coming up next week, every point counts in these final games of regular season. Going into Tuesday night’s coed beginner game, Dagron and 808s and Fastbreaks were in close contention for the second seed
By Kellen Bulger
On Saturday afternoon after the conclusion of the Willamette Opener, I got the chance to sit down with one of the more accomplished Bearcat athletes, senior Olivia Mancl, and reflect on her career donning the cardinal and gold.
“It’s pretty unique. For
By Aaron Oda
There are some great things coming up in the world of sports. But for right now, I’ll catch you up on what happened this past week in the world of sports.
This week is midterm week and, as students, there just never
By Carol Li
Some people may perceive electronic dance music (EDM) as just a singular type of music that sounds similar to songs produced by hit artists such as Zedd, Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, etc. On the contrary, EDM encompasses a wide range of
By Caitlin Forbes
On March 4, fellow Bearcats dropped their hoodies and raincoats and donned dresses and suits for the Black Tie Affair, which took place at the Salem Convention Center. The dinner took place before the dance began, and was accompanied by a
By Zachery Wolf
Last Wednesday, March 1, Safia Elhillo and Fatimah Asghar came to Willamette to perform their poetry and have a discussion about identity. The topics of their poems looked at their own cultural upbringings and how these aspects play out in their
By Paige Morrisey
It was an iconic evening on Friday, March 3, in the Montag Den, as the trifecta of Willamette bands: Doggy Dog World, Percy Lounge and the Funk Band, gathered to perform amongst a community of funk-loving college students. Their performance amassed
By Iryna Gorbunova
Leaving your hometown is always hard. It takes time to adjust to a new environment and to get to know people around you.
While figuring out what stepping out of your comfort zone looks like, you may face a variety of challenges. Homesickness,
By Jessica Weiss
In the first budget proposal of his presidency, Donald Trump looks to increase defense spending by $54 billion while simultaneously cutting the same amount from non-defense programs. This is expected to increase defense spending to $603 billion, according to the Office
By Jesse Sanchez
Throughout his campaign, critics generously applied the term “racist” to the current president and his supporters.
Trump has responded with insistence that he is not a racist. The president has insisted that he is actively opposed to racism and would be a