A cheap, fun way to become a better, safer driver.
By Matthew Sabbah
I had driven this two-lane stretch of freeway on my way to school at least a hundred times. I was cruising in the left lane; not speeding or driving recklessly on this clear, bright,
By Jeremy Hansen
Well, the debates are over. It seems as though the weirdness is on the verge of dying down, at least for a little while. A Hillary Clinton presidency appears to be all but a foregone conclusion. Thus Donald Trump will no
By Quinlyn Manfull
I spent a greater part of my high school years knocking on doors, calling registered voters, and dropping off campaign lit. Over the summer-fall of 2014, I averaged 50 hours a week volunteering for Mark Begich, Alaska’s incumbent Democratic US Senator.
By Ariadne Wolf
I’m tired. I’m tired of politics, and I’m tired of caring about politics.
When I was in high school, my friends and I followed the news almost religiously. We sat around talking about the kind of world we wanted to live in,
By Philip Amur
In August of 2015, Donald Trump declared his candidacy in the GOP bid for the White House. Despite all odds, and despite everything he has said and done over the past year, his support has hardly floundered. The Washington Post reported on
By Jarod Todeschi
A week or two ago, I was sitting on an airplane minding my own business, when the man next to me charmingly struck up a dialogue. His name was Robin, and he was a 40-year-old painter of Croatian and English decent, living his
The Men and Women’s Basketball team played this past weekend against Willamette Alumni. The Women’s season starts up next week on Tuesday, Nov. 15, and the men’s season starts next Friday, Nov. 18.
By Jared Spohr
Last Saturday morning, the men’s cross country team took home their fifth straight NWC title. Senior Olivia Mancl also took home her second straight NWC title, with the women’s team placing second overall.
Junior Patrick Loftus led the Bearcats with a second
By Alex Gordon
Ray Allen’s NBA shooting guard career is in many ways defined by consistency. He was meticulous about his pre-game routine. Every single game he would nap from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Then he’d get up and have a meal of chicken
By Eric Del Prado
The men’s soccer seniors took Sparks Field for the last time on Saturday afternoon as they played rival Linfield College. Before the game started, there was a ceremony honoring seniors Austin Arnold, Christopher Barnes, Jack Elton, Joshua Fuentes, Fabian Guerrero, Julian