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Voices in the Hall

Aimee Beardslee, sophomore: If a woman really feels it on her heart to step up and that God has called her to ministry, I think she should be able to do the ministry. B.J. Myers, junior: I think that the role of women in ministry is much like the role of women in the family, […]

Examining your cereal

From terrorism to domestic violence, sexual abuse to drug use, modern life has become full of perils and pitfalls. It has become vitally essential that we have locks on our houses and cars. The fact of the matter is we live in a fallen world in which some people care more about their selfish wants […]

Staff Editorials

The Whidbey Environmental Action Network (WEAN) has raised its voice against SPU’s potential destruction of forest area to accommodate additional development of the Camp Casey site. The space, they say, should be left as it is, and SPU should not destroy forest to create capital. The university should find some other way of generating the […]

Reality TV sweeps primetime spots

Imagine your life being taped. Not just at significant events and during meaningful moments, but every minute, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for an extended period of time. Now imagine households across America having complete access to these tapes. While this might sound absurd upon first consideration, it is the trend sweeping […]

‘Safety of Objects’: like ‘Fight Club’ for soccer moms

SUVs, Barbie, malls and health foods: the familiar trappings of suburban life. These things speak volumes about a majority of modern, middle-class Americans. Directed by Rose Troche, "The Safety of Objects," ICF Film’s latest release, spotlights the lives of four mediocre families all affected differently by their dysfunctional quirks and material desires. Glenn Close, Dermot […]