By Aaron Oda
This past week in sports has been extremely rewarding because spring training has officially started for MLB. This means the start of baseball is just over a month away! The loveable losers, the Chicago Cubs, are ready to be called the defending
By Kellen Bulger
Over a week ago, the 2017 NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame class was announced. Per usual, Joe Buck stood in front of a crowd at the annual NFL Honors Ceremony outside of Houston, Texas, going on about the greatness of these
By Eric Del Prado
The men’s and women’s swim teams headed to the pools in Federal Way, Washington this last weekend to compete in the Northwest Conference (NWC) Championships.
Juniors Cassie Tallman and Mark Yuvienco broke school records in their 200-yard individual medleys last Friday.
By Louis Knox
In their first exhibition of the season, the men’s team travelled down to Eugene, Oregon to compete against the University of Oregon’s club team. Despite the overall 9-0 loss for the Bearcats, they showed a good amount of fight against the tough
An uproar of head scratching moves in the NBA
By Alex Gordon
The New York Knicks are a mess. They’re just doing things that you shouldn’t do as an NBA organization.
The general sign of a competent front office over the last decade has been knowing
By Rachel Fischer
Last Tuesday the coed beginner’s league is where we found our most competitive game of the first week of regular season. Although coed competitive and the men’s league each had their close matchups, this particular game ended with a buzzer beater after two
By Ariadne Wolf
I still don’t care that Kim Kardashian’s temporary home was invaded. I know I should care. I know I’m seriously risking my feminist stripes in insisting that Kardashian’s trauma and ongoing fear are not my problem.
I’m upset enough to risk admitting
By Caitlin Forbes
Looking for a fun way to keep in touch with your childlike wonder? Please go see Lego Batman. As lovey-dovey movies flood Netflix and the big screen (looking at you 50 Shades Darker), treat yourself and some pals (platonic or not)
By Dorian Grayson
The American Studies Program (ASP) brought students over from Tokyo International University in Kawagoe, Japan to Salem last week. The students gathered at the “Chicken Fountain,” where they were greeted by their new classmates.
A number of gatherings were set up for students
By Zachary Wolf
Influenza got you down? I know everyone has been to Bishop lately, checking in on your yearly tamiflu stash. As anyone close to me can attest, when I get sick I complain a lot. It blocks my sinuses, I can’t taste a