AR Wear sadly tenable option for women

Safeguard clothing justified, alarming

Guess what’s making a comeback in 2017? Chastity belts. Recently, a new video went viral on Facebook that promotes this “new” piece of clothing. It’s supposed to protect women from sexual assault. AR Wear, the company that produces the product, hopes that it will “safeguard” women from any sort of sexual attack. The piece of […]

Editorial Comment

Playboy returns to nude photos

“Naked is normal”– that is what Cooper Hefner, Playboy’s chief creative officer, tweeted Monday concerning their move to rescind a publishing decision made back in 2015, in which they ceased to publish nudity. “I’ll be the first to admit the way … the magazine portrayed nudity was dated, but removing it entirely was a mistake,” […]

Falcon women suffer double losses

SPU goes 9-7 in conference

Missing crucial shots, the Falcon women lost two big games this week, and their record dropped to 17-7 overall, 9-7 in conference. On Thursday night, SPU faced off against their biggest rival, No. 1 ranked Western Washington University. With an abysmal scoring percentage, the lowest of their season, the Falcons could not seem to get […]

Falcons set personal records at Open

Track and field gears up for Conference Championships

The Seattle Pacific University track and field team had a long, eventful weekend of meets as they competed in both the Husky Classic and the UW Indoor Open this past weekend. Senior Michaella Khans soared at Sunday’s UW Indoor Classic as she made a new PR on pole vault, clearing 11-10 3/4. This surpassed her […]

SPU wins homecoming Regatta

Current Falcons face off against alumni in race

Hopeful and excited, the SPU rowing team woke up Saturday morning energized for their first “race” of the season. Facing off against alumni from many seasons past in the Alumni Crew Regatta, the inexperienced team came away with the win. “We have got a super, super young team, but a great group of young women […]