By Quinlyn Manfull
With the recent release of footage of Donald Trump excusing and promoting sexual assault in 2005, discussion of public misogyny and the prevalence of sexual violence has been abundant. I have read many Op-Eds suggesting Trump’s comments have been beneficial to dialogue
By Jessica Weiss
Does anyone remember the Dixiecrats? Do you remember when the Democratic Party mostly represented rural Southern interests? The civil rights era of the 20th century was a time of switch-a-roo for political parties as Americans questioned their alliances and political identities.
To the Trump supporter I had the privilege of talking to at last week’s debate gathering:
After I asked you about your opinions on the border, you proceeded to identify the presence of diverse cultures as a threat to this country. Along with “securing the border,”
By Philip Amur
It is all too obvious that college kids in America feel the need to binge drink in clandestine settings, and end up hurting themselves by doing so, even if many times they’ll get caught by authorities. I write this because it concerns
Will we act to spare new victims of climate change?
By Madison Brown
In the beginning of October, Hurricane Matthew descended on the Caribbean. From there, it made its way to the East Coast of the United States. Matthew hit Haiti hardest, particularly on the southern peninsula
By Aaron Oda
This upcoming week in sports is going to have a lot of good matchups. There will be the start of both the World Series and the 2017 NBA season. But let’s see what happened in this last week in sports.
There are only
By Dani Saunders
On Saturday, Oct. 22, the men’s soccer team took on George Fox University. Things were off to a good start when senior Chris Barnes scored a goal on a header only seven minutes into the first half. Junior Alan Hernandez assisted on
By Kellen Bulger
Now, before I begin and all the NFL fanatics, fantasy junkies or even players themselves scoff at the idea of football not being at the pinnacle of American society, know that I do have a place for football in my heart. Whether it
By Andrea Risolo & Sydney Wilson
Managing Editor & Sports Editor
Bearcat Spotlight interviews personalities, captains and talents from Willamette Varsity and club sports. Learn about these athletes, and what they do when they’re not at practice or playing for the Bearcats!
Up this week: Aaron Schechter
By Alex Gordon
The actual “preview” part of this article can be handled in a paragraph. There is a 95 percent chance, barring significant injuries to key players, that the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers will once again meet in the finals.