By Andrea Risolo
To my freshman year, when I met my friends-of-convenience, the first people I saw, then clung to them for dear life. When I met my lifelong friends, who I still cling to for dear life, who forgive me for never texting
By Jacqueline Mckenna
It is 2016, and in the United States, at the very least, we are arguably living in a futuristic world.
Most people carry hand-sized supercomputers around in their pockets on the daily. Hoverboards were all the rage until we realized how douchey
By Madison Brown
While wading through my post-election depressive fog, I was reminded by my sisters that the long-awaited new “Gilmore Girls” was dropping on Netflix over Thanksgiving break.
Yet, when I woke up from a tryptophan-induced nap last Thursday to queue up the first of four
By Eric Del Prado
The women’s basketball team did not lose a single senior from last year’s roster and their experience is showing well. Currently at 6-1 overall and 1-1 in Northwest Conference play, they are already halfway to last year’s winning total of 12
By Louis Knox
Another record falls to Tom Brady. On Dec. 4, the New England Patriots played the Los Angeles Rams and were victorious. With this win, the Patriots extended their season record to 10-2, but beyond that, Tom Brady picked up his 201st win
By Aaron Oda
This past week in sports was crazy. We saw drama in NCAA football’s last regular season week, as well as the selection of the four teams that will be playing for the national championship. The NBA has seen teams rise and fall
By Jared Spohr
Last Friday and Saturday, the Bearcat Swim teams competed in the Corvallis Senior Open.
During Friday’s competition, junior Mark Yuvienco placed second in the 200-yard butterfly, and junior Cassie Tallman took second in the 100-yard breaststroke. Senior Alika Masei swam well enough
By Alex Gordon
If you just looked at the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, and the top three teams in the Western Conference, it would be easy to conclude that all the predictions made pre-season have panned out.
The Warriors and Cavaliers sit
By Kellen Bulger
Just a couple of weeks ago, the University of California, Davis, football team capped off a disappointing 3-8 season with a win at home over Sacramento State. However, just two days following the game, the school announced that Aggies Head Coach, Ron