By Caitlin Forbes
When I was upset and feeling racially alone, my dad would always say that I was the “American Dream,” comprised of many different cultures and ethnicities. However, sometimes that feeling didn’t quite resonate with me. Growing up, I never really looked
By Jesse Sanchez
One of the hardest forms of oppression to explain is internalized racism.
It wouldn’t matter if no one in the world were racist or expressed any racist sentiments today. The fact is that race has existed for centuries and its ideological backbone
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports brings us just a little closer to opening day in baseball, March Madness and the NBA playoffs. We also can’t forget about one of the biggest golf tournaments in the world, The Masters. These are some of the
By Jared Spohr
This past weekend, the club-swinging Bearcats held an eight-stroke lead after the first day of the Willamette Cup. Sophomore Trent Jones paved the road for the Bearcat men, shooting par on the day with a 72. For the ladies, freshman Lexi Towner
By Rachel Fischer
As new ASP students settle into their new Willamette life, many have become frequent intramural participants. Arriving at a new University with a foreign culture can be an extremely difficult transition to make, but nonetheless, every Tuesday and Thursday, two full and enthusiastic
By Kellen Bulger
On Saturday, it was announced that 6-foot-4, 225-pound defensive end My-King Johnson of Tempe High School in Arizona would be the first ever openly gay scholarship player in college football.
With the news spreading of Johnson’s signing with the nearby Arizona Wildcats, national
The Pelicans make trade deadline splash
By Alex Gordon
It finally happened. After seven absurd seasons in Sacramento, California, Demarcus Cousins finally got out, and he escaped to a situation that many didn’t expect him to end up in. On Feb. 20, the most talented center
By Louis Knox
The softball team travelled up to Tacoma, Washington this weekend to take on the Puget Sound Loggers. The Bearcats did not come home empty handed. In the one game played the ‘Cats won 11-5.
After a five-run fourth inning the Bearcats never
By Caitlin Forbes
On Saturday, Feb 25, the Choral Department held their Winter Concert. This concert was different than the traditional choir concert. In light of the darker tones that have surfaced within the past year or so, the theme of the concert went toward
By Dorian Grayson
Andrew McMahon, lyrical genius, has graced the world with another album this month. This time, it’s a controversial release. Most people know of “Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness” from the radios who played “Cecilia and the Satellite.” They released the new album,