Lifestyles

ISSUE 8 | 10/15/14


Bearcat Bullet: Not that kind of atheist
   by Juliana Cohen


Parents will laugh at anything
   by Sam Hilburn


Pizza wars: The quest for cheesy ecstasy
   by Andrea Risolo


Vince Staples paints a violent reality
   by Will Falvey


‘Gone Girl’ turns matrimony on its head
   by Ian Sieg



ISSUE 7


Bearcat Bullet: I am a cat
   by Juliana Cohen


Flying Lotus makes death appealing
   by Teddy Wu


L.B. fuses Jane Austen on YouTube
   by Alex Wallace


Missing MySpace music
   by Andrew Mell


The quilts are not what they seem
   by Lance Rossi



ISSUE 6

Bearcat Bullet: Ello? Just say goodbye
   by Juliana Cohen


Guest poet’s work recalls violence of assimilation
   by Chris Ketchum


Salem Earth Fair inspires global citizens
   by Christine Smith


True North: Close to home
  


‘Tusk’ takes body modification to task
   by Juliana Cohen


‘Tyranny’ gets down and dirty
   by Teddy Wu



ISSUE 5


‘Maze Runner’ hits anticlimatic wall    by Ian Sieg


To care about pubic hair    by Emma Jonas


Bearcat Bullet: FOMO? Just don’t go    by Juliana Cohen


Old folks concur: You should go to Sybil’s    by Gordie Clary


Russell Brand breaks YouTube    by Alex Wallace


Who’s ‘loyal’ to Chris Brown?    by Ian Rosenzweig



ISSUE 4

Classroom improv: Not the best stage    by Juliana Cohen


Death From Above 1979 rains hellfire with new LP    by Teddy Wu


We could all use a return to ‘Boyhood’    by Ian Sieg


Crêpe Café tastes better than abroad    by Christine Smith


Trying out the ‘Yak’ app    by Adam Lacanilao



Lifestyles

Chill at the Bistro without ruining everything

Eschewing new ideas, a sequel cops out in hopes of cashing in

ASWU and you: A guide

On break, it’s freshman year all over

Lessons of a concussion

Nobody’s smiling, but an artist won’t stay silent

Need a ride? New app will get you there, for a price

Bearcat Bullet: Don’t judge a school by its memes



Spring 2014

Wulapalooza brings whimsy and fun, despite rain

Ralph Fiennes shines in Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

Sup’s Electronic Dance Music Opera sends music department on psychedelic journey

President Tafts’s Playlist

Bearcat Bullet: That’s all, folks



Ranch Records: An introvert’s paradise

What to know about the bands and artists performing at Wulapalooza this Saturday

Guide to Portland’s best eateries on a college student’s budget

Style Crush: Christian Oldham

Eulogy for Internet Explorer 6/a>

Bearcat Bullet: Let’s go streaking through the Quad



April Fool’s Edition

New restaurant Wretched Refuse pays you to eat there

Bistro to become cat cafe, fluffy kittens will abound

Salinger’s ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ slated to hit the big screen in 2015

New episodes of ‘CatDog,’ ‘Hey Arnold!’ and more to return to Nickelodeon next fall

Bearcat Bullet: Quiet study floor now actually quiet

New Skrillex album ‘Recess’ revitalizes dubstep



Fill your belly with a hearty one-bowl meal at Super Pho

Support Salem’s local music scene by checking out all ages shows

Trust more emotionally complex with sophomore album, ‘Joyland’

Style Crush: Natasha Parekh”

ESCAPE: Satisfy your sweet tooth at Sugar. Sugar. and Candy Tyme

Bearcat Bullet: Guide to spring break in Salem


Surprises abound in ‘The Broken Circle Breakdown’

Remote house hunting doesn’t have to be a nightmare

Tycho Brahe’s Playlist

Feast with Friends and fish from Fitts

Pharrel steps out of the shadows with ‘G I R L,’ falls flat

Bearcat Bullet: Transitioning from a major metropolis to a small city

Buzzfeed Quizzes

The Grouch & Eligh

Restaurant: Johnathan’s

Style Crush: Yeezy

Escape: Wine & cheese tastings in Willamette Valley

Bullet: Mindfulness Meditation