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Rape has been a problem throughout human history, but one company claims it can help be part of rape prevention — AR (Anti-Rape) Wear. Advertised as “a clothing line offering wearable protection for when things go wrong,” according to its Indiegogo campaign page, AR Wear is a collection of shorts and...

We live in a society that is becoming more and more accepting of women’s rights with every generation. There is no arguing that this trend is positive...

In Pacific Lutheran University’s student-run media, we pride ourselves on inclusivity.We try to work together, integrate with other offices and do our...

By Kelli Breland, A&E Editor The word “Thanksgiving” usually brings forward images of steaming turkey, buttery mashed potatoes, festive cornucopias and happy pilgrims sharing a meal with “the Indians.” Corporate marketing, elementary school classrooms and cultural traditions often spread and reinforce this joyful modern day connotation of our...

The day after Halloween, my friend and I were shopping at Target, hoping to score some 50 percent off Halloween candy. When we walked into the store, a...

About a third of my classmates were missing when I walked into an 8 a.m. class this week, but it wasn’t a sudden, mini-epidemic that kept them from coming...

The Northwest rap artist Rockwell Powers has teamed up with DJ Phnisey to contribute a new album to the hip-hop scene, and it just so happens that they...

By Nate Schoen, Guest Writer Lute Air Student Radio has a policy of only playing songs without obscenities in the lyrics. The general rule of thumb is “pretend that President Krise is listening to your radio show.” While this policy is seemingly good, especially for those listeners with sensitive ears, it disproportionately limits what genres of music can be played,...

By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer When Kanye West stepped onto the Key Arena’s makeshift stage Oct. 19, the air outside was crisp, seats were jam packed and people were sweaty and loving every minute of it. The sound system blared as Kendrick Lamar recited the lines of “Poetic Justice.” The bass made the ground tremble beneath our feet. As Lamar walked...

Lutes perform the song “Masquerade” during Night of Musical Theatre last week. Photo by Alison Haywood. By Tahnayee Clendinen, A&E Writer There...