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An embryo at the 9-10 week stage.

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Hierarchy of humanity

February 6, 2019

War on Journalism

K'reisa Cox

November 14, 2018

Free press is a dying concept   Jamal Khashoggi is a name that evokes instant recognition. Tragically, he is less recognized as a voice that spoke truth to power, but is now more known as a voice that was brutally silence...

Partisanship during confirmation

K'reisa Cox

October 3, 2018

Why it is not just about Kavanaugh On Sept. 12, 2018, a single letter shook the entire nation. Released from California Senator Diane Feinstein’s office, a woman named Dr. Christine Blasey Ford detailed a traumatic evening that ...

NFL’s New National Anthem Policy Already Failed

K'reisa Cox

May 30, 2018

League has set themselves backwards before season has even begun This week, the National Football League approved a new policy concerning player protests of the national anthem. The new policy states that all players and per...

Rationality is key when defunding Planned Parenthood

K'reisa Cox

May 23, 2018

On Friday, May 18, the Trump administration officially moved forward with proposing plans to cut federal funding to Planned Parenthood, specifically in regards to using taxpayer dollars to fund abortions. The move is not ne...

Repercussions of assisted suicide

K'reisa Cox

May 16, 2018

104-year-old opts to end his life with physician help On Thursday May 10, scientist Dr. David Goodall decided at 104 years old to take his own life. However, his story was not like other suicides. It was methodically planned under su...

Seattle’s drive to stabilize is killing opportunity

K'reisa Cox

May 10, 2018

On April 20, City Council unveiled new draft legislation that proposed a 26 cent per hour tax for every Seattle employee of companies that gross at least 20 million dollars per year. Essentially, the city would be collecting mo...

Culture perpetuates sex trafficking

K'reisa Cox

May 2, 2018

Negative effects of sex industry By K'reisa Cox Our society is plagued by silence. There are critical issues going undiscussed that are detrimental to the entire community. It’s important to track the origins of the darkes...

Chapel improvement necessary

K'reisa Cox

April 18, 2018

By K’reisa Cox Unlike many other Christian universities, students at Seattle Pacific University are not required to attend the weekly chapel service offered by the school. As I was embroiled in the college decision making...

Protecting Pensions from Peeps

K'reisa Cox

April 11, 2018

Compromise essential to both sides in beloved marshmallows’ controversy Can you imagine an Easter with no Peeps marshmallow garnishing baskets around the country? That is the picture the treats’ 95-year-old manufacturer, ...

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