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Fall reopening outlined

Julia Herman, Editor-in-Chief

June 30, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Seattle Pacific University’s Autumn Reopening Plan Task Force has been working to create a model and guidelines for the fall quarter, according to an email sent out by President Daniel Martin to s...

Grading options expanded in face of COVID-19

Julia Battishill, News Editor

June 10, 2020

Seattle Pacific University vice provost for Academic Affairs, Cindy Price, sent an email to all students and faculty on the evening of June 4, announcing possible changes to how professors will decide final course grades for ...

Graduation amidst pandemic

Tori McArthur, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2020

Around the nation, college commencements have shifted to online formats, halting traditional celebrations and recognitions.  For first generation students around campus, these cancellations have had significant impacts on the...

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Residency at home

June 10, 2020

Classes to be conducted in hybrid format Fall quarter

Julia Herman and Julia Battishill

May 29, 2020

Seattle Pacific University will be holding classes both online and in-person this coming fall quarter, according to an email sent out by President Daniel Martin to students and faculty Friday, May 29. “While we are pursuing...

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Virtual visits

May 27, 2020

Remote learning’s mixed reception

Kyle Morrison, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2020

For Seattle Pacific University, much like the vast majority of universities across the country, in-person classes have been replaced with online classes due to COVID-19. Campuses are empty as social distancing guidelines remain...

Crime 05/20

Julia Battishill

May 20, 2020

Theft Emerson Hall 05/07 3 p.m. — 05/07 11 p.m.   Fraud Import: off campus 05/07 12 a.m. — 05/14 11:59 p.m.   Fraud Import: off campus 05/07 12 a.m. — 05/14 11:59 p.m. ...

Professor update on remote learning

Tori McArthur, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2020

Amidst COVID-19 pandemic, professors stare into their cameras while lecturing, waiting for virtual student interactions. Meanwhile, students opt to turn off their cameras and listen without visual contact. This new shift to...

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