Feminism not to be dismissed

Criticism of movement unwarranted, necessary activism to persevere ahead

A few years back, I was heading over to meet up with some friends. I stopped for gas, and while I was in line to pay, the man standing behind me began to get uncomfortably close. I moved away, but he crept closer. “Hey, girl. What you up to?” he asked. I ignored him, and […]

Sustainable fashion sign of responsible societal member

Eco-fashion more than trend, inspires healthy consumption

Green is the new black. And, no, I’m not talking about the latest summer fashion trend. I’m talking about how ethical and sustainable fashion is slowly becoming a factor in how our generation views the latest styles. I have always been the person to hold the motto, “quality over quantity,” or at least I try […]

Editorial Comment

Budget cuts of global concern

The presidential budget proposal for the 2018 fiscal year has been revealed. The budgets for many non-defense related programs have been cut, and the scientific community’s Research and Development (R&D) programs have especially felt the impact. Although NASA’s space exploration programs were not majorly affected by the proposal, their Earth Science and Education programs did […]

Women’s Basketball: Fun Facts

Get to know the women’s basketball team off the court

This information came from interviews by Katelyn Banks. -Was a tap dancer when she was younger -Loves Disney and coffee -Was a basketball state champ -Is majoring in health and fitness education -Wants to be Tinkerbell and fly over the Disneyland castle as her dream job -Believes teammates’ claims that her spirit animal would be […]

SPU places at Championships

With commitment, hard work and perseverance behind them, three talented SPU track and field athletes competed in the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships last Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 25-27, in Bradenton, Florida. Senior thrower Sammi Markham, senior long jumper Kyra Brannan and junior distance runner Mary Charleson all competed in the Championships […]

Pedaling to dubstep under bright lights

New boutique fitness studio, City Cycle, opens in Greenwood

When the beat of the song drops, neon flashing lights come on, and everyone pedals as fast as they can. Rhythmic cycling and bright lights create a dance-party-like atmosphere in Greenwood’s newest boutique fitness studio, City Cycle. City Cycle motivates their riders through high-energy spin classes, encompassing choreography, dubstep versions of pop songs and a […]

Exhibit explores human nature

Minimalistic choices evoke, cultivate cultural implications, aesthetic worth

Capturing minimalism in motion is no easy feat, but the new exhibit at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood proves to do just that. “Amie Siegel’s Interiors,” a multimedia exhibition open from May 20 to September 3, attempts to mull over the perceived cultural value of objects, and, according to the Frye […]

Inclusion for future of ASSP ensured

By-law updates to change ASSP functions

For ASSP Vice President of Finance Nathan Bennett, the role of ASSP and Senate is to respond to student need. “The entire role of ASSP is to actually empower students,” Bennett said in an interview. Many ASSP members sought to respond to this call by passing by-law changes this year in alignment with the goals […]