Is the American public still just as blind to racism?
By Akerah Mackey
We do not need any more images, videos or newspaper articles to see racism’s strong and beating heart in this country. We have enough images to make America see the horrors that Black people
By Madden Ott
Pronouns are a hot topic of debate and discussion lately, and people seem to be arguing passionately on both sides. For the first time in the history of our culture, it’s no longer best to assume you know someone elses’ preferred pronoun in
By Dauni Saunders
Willamette sports were filled with a ton of action this past week, from the cross country team competing in the 42nd Annual Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational in Bush’s Pasture Park, to the men’s soccer team reeling in a win over Linfield College,
By Louis Knox
It’s finally the month of October! You might ask yourself, what does that mean? It means it is time for the Major League Baseball playoffs to begin. This year we have a multitude of storylines going into the postseason. Teams from the
By Alex Gordon
The Golden State Warriors are in a strange position this year. They could have had the chance to go for a three-peat last season. This would have cemented their legacy as one of the best teams of all time.
Instead, they fell
By Aaron Oda
Watching sports is a great distraction. With all of the chaos going on in the world right now relating to the presidential debates, racial tensions and economic struggles, sports provide people with a form of entertainment that will distract them. Sports are
By Jared Spohr
This past Friday night, Oct. 7, the women’s volleyball team took on Pacific University at Cone Field House in a conference matchup. Despite senior Alexa Dowdell’s 11-kill performance, Willamette fell short to the Boxers, losing the overall match 3-0.
Freshman Karlee Duncan
By Eric Del Prado
The Willamette football team had their first home conference game last Saturday, Oct. 8, against Pacific Lutheran University. The stadium seats were full of Willamette fans ready to cheer on their Bearcats. The Pacific Lutheran Lutes traveled well, as they had
By Aaron Wiesenfield
“The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague” are words from lauded American author and poet Edgar Allan Poe. Life and death are very typical themes for any movie which features a complex plotline and many characters