Toll Troll

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SOPA, PIPA threaten free expression

Many websites went on strike in opposition to the proposed House of Representatives bill 3261 Stop Online Piracy Act and the Senate bill 968 Protect Intellectual Property Act last Wednesday. The purpose of PIPA is to block foreign and domestic piracy websites from breaking copyright laws within the U.S. The entertainment industry yearns to possess […]

Editorial comment

After months of planning and anticipation, Tent City 3 moved onto Wallace Field at Seattle Pacific last Saturday morning. Over 100 volunteers showed up, coordinated by Latreia, to help Tent City move. Student involvement has begun. Although student involvement and attention is a good thing, students need to realize several things about Tent City 3 […]

Big bucks in elections hurt our democracy

Last Friday, the Occupy movement may have finally set its populist ire on a real, reasonable target. At federal courthouses across the country, protestors demonstrated against corporate influence on politics. Activists argue that new campaign finance laws are corrupting American democracy. Campaign finance in America changed drastically with the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court case <i>Citizens […]

800-meter specialist’s athletic success doesn’t detract from real-world goals

Junior Nate Seely has been an impressive performer for the Seattle Pacific men’s track team since he was a freshman. The two-time defending Great Northwest Athletic Conference 800-meter champion is optimistic about this indoor season after a solid opening meet two weeks ago. Seely has plans outside of athletics for his future. An English and […]