Crew trawls through rough waters

By Jaerez Ozolin The Seattle Pacific University rowing squad defeated Western Washington University and claimed a second place finish behind the top ranked University of Central Oklahoma team, which won all three races the Falcons hosted in Regatta on the Lake Washington ship canal. After a break last week […]

Policy does not protect everyone

Non-discrimination policy creates disadvantage for LGBTQ+ By Kassidy Crown Seattle Pacific University’s Associated Students of Seattle Pacific elections have come to a close, and with that comes a new group of student leaders and new policy initiatives. One such policy topic is the LGBTQ+ population on campus and […]

Chapel improvement necessary

By K’reisa Cox Unlike many other Christian universities, students at Seattle Pacific University are not required to attend the weekly chapel service offered by the school. As I was embroiled in the college decision making process last year, it was one fact about SPU that I found especially […]

Senate approves conference funds

By Anya Annear | Assistant News Editor   Two separate conference proposals, one from Jess Sloan, a global development major, and one from Urim Kim, a pre-dental major, were passed at senate. Sloan’s conference is titled: “Camp Wellstone Seattle Community & Political Conference.” It will be April 27 […]

Crime 4/18

Fraud On April 16, there was an incident at the Office of Safety and Security. Shoplifting On April, the OSS received a report for an incident off-campus but in the vicinity of the school.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled weekly by the News Editor Kim […]

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