Around campus, you can find preparations for Valentine’s Day in the works, from the array of festive pins found in the Tran Library to the paper decor sprinkling various halls, thanks to the diligence of RAs and Pacific staff. Last … Continued
(TW: Violence, Misogyny, Crime Statistics) Incels, or people who are involuntarily celibate, come in every shape, size, gender, and color, but the ties between “Incel” and “Men” are so interconnected they might as well be the same rope. Incels, while … Continued
As November debuts, you may find yourself needing to bundle up for the pouring rains and gusting storms drowning out the Pacific Northwest skies. As Winter nears, so does the anniversary of the infamous Nylon Riots. “But Haley, what are … Continued
Halloween is known for its tricks and treats, the spooky costumes, and haunting tunes, but once upon a time, it was much akin to Valentine’s Day. As recently as the mid-20th century, Halloween wasn’t a night of frights alone, but … Continued
On June 4, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 landmark case that granted abortion access across the country. Leading up to and since its upheaval, millions of people have been facing the consequences; women have been … Continued
Homecoming is a time of celebration here on campus; the Stoller Stadium is roaring with excitement and lit up with games, people are finally settling into their dorms and schedules, and we find little quiet with the buzzing of campus … Continued
The 22-23 school year has officially started, and I welcome all of my readers back to campus! I have been writing this column for four years, and I have never talked strictly about sperm, until now. We’ve all heard about … Continued
Trigger Warning: This article deals with issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and fatality April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which is reflected on campus by the events and surveys held by the Center for Gender Equity via the Students … Continued
Male circumcision has been in practice for thousands of years and is a spiritual ritual found in cultures around the world, and was once thought to be beneficial for health. In 1989, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) concluded that … Continued
Teddy Bears and chocolate are lining store shelves, bouquets are on full display, and love is in the air; the pink, red and purple hearts that sprinkle the dorm halls have reminded all of us on campus that it’s the … Continued
Campus leaves have fallen and holiday break is almost upon us. This term, if you’ve been following my columns, you would know that I’ve been writing about topics such as Apology Languages, Sex Toys, and The Sexualization of Halloween Costumes. While these are lighthearted and fun to write, they are missing one thing; the male perspective.
Sexy Nurse. Sexy Cat. Sexy Cop. Sexy Green Poop (yes, it’s a thing). Nowadays you can find virtually any costume and its sexy counterpart. When did this start, and why? Halloween, in the traditional sense, is a night to dress up as goblins and ghouls and frighten your neighbors in the search for confectionaries and other such delights.