By Jessica Weiss
When the public viewed the video of president-elect Donald Trump making comments condoning sexual assault alongside television show host buddy Billy Bush, the response was quite predictable.
We saw anger and outrage from both sides of the aisle in the form of
By Kellen Bulger
Willamette is a school that has seen its fair share of success in athletics. With more than 180 All-American athletes, eight combined National Championships and six Olympians in it’s history, we’re no joke on the field. However, with all that being said,
By Aaron Oda
This week in sports was a doozy with upsets happening left and right in college football, the NFL season rolling on and the NCAA basketball season underway. So let’s take a look at what happened this previous week in sports.
This week we
By Louis Knox
This was a big transition week for many Willamette student athletes. Many fall sports have ended and many winter sports are beginning. A lot of the athletes will shift into their offseason programs, while many others will transition into retirement from playing
Diving into the 2016 swim season: Facing rough waters
By Jared Spohr
This past Saturday, Nov. 12, Willamette swimming competed against the Puget Sound Loggers in a conference match-up. For the men, Puget Sound defeated the Bearcats by a score of 120-85 and for the women
A heartfelt farewell to our 2016 senior Bearcats
By Eric Del Prado
Willamette football ended their 2016 season last Saturday at McCullouch Stadium, with an unfortunate loss to the George Fox Bruins, 21-7. The Bearcats finished the year with an overall record of 3-7, and
The Cubs finally won, which was
By Nic Shipley
Last Thursday, Professor of Art History Cory Gundlach from the University of Iowa gave a talk on some of the works currently on display in Hallie Ford’s “Figure and Form: African Ceramics from the Keith Achepohl Collection” in the Paulus lecture hall
By Jackie Mckenna
If I got pregnant tomorrow, I would get an abortion.
I recognize how that can be read as a controversial statement, though I don’t say it looking for controversy. I understand that it isn’t the decision many others would make or have made.
By Carol Li
As a senior majoring in both Sociology and Women & Gender Studies with a minor in Asian Studies, Alika Masei, ‘17, dedicates himself in many realms within the Willamette community. Even though it is common for students to be involved in many