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Studying online across national borders

Eryn Tan Zhi Ying, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

In response to COVID-19, many universities have closed their campuses or instigated online classes. The advice being to stay at home and minimize interaction with other people. It’s no surprise that many students have returned...

In it for the long haul: Washington’s COVID-19 reopening plan

Angela Ide, Opinions Editor

May 6, 2020

“The quickest way to reopen our economy is to make sure we get this job done.” Gov. Jay Inslee gave this declaration in a press conference on May 1 to announce the extension on public restrictions to May 31st in an attempt...

COVID-19 puts new stress on family relationships

Angela Ide, Opinions Editor

May 6, 2020

The family that I deeply love and know from the safety of my dorm room is vastly different from the family that suddenly became my roommates for the first few weeks of quarantine. Instead of having space and freedom to fi...

Stop favoring entitled athletes

Daniel Newman, Sports Editor

April 29, 2020

Content Warning: The content of this article includes a graphic retelling of a rape that occured in 2016. If a male athlete is talented enough, athletics can lead to a life where he has almost no worries. If he makes it professiona...

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Female body myths

April 29, 2020

Editorial: College involvement in election vital

Editorial Board

March 4, 2020

As both the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) and national presidential elections cast a shadow over Seattle Pacific University, it is important to historically examine student political involvement, both at SPU and ac...

Speaking truth to the COVID-19 outbreak

Luke Peterson, Guest Writer

March 4, 2020

Like most students, I started out my Western New Years enjoying my three-week winter break. I was a student at Southwest Minzu University in the city of Chengdu, located in the central province of Sichuan, China. I was doing ...

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