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Diaz behind the scenes

Teresa Tsang

November 15, 2017

In high school, Coraliz Diaz was involved in many leadership roles through Future Business Leaders of America. Her sophomore year of high school, she ran for the position of state vice president representing the capitol region...

WorldCOMP gives thanks

Julia Battishill

November 8, 2017

Celebrating success in Kenya George Matimbai, board president of relief organization WorldCOMP Kenya, recalls a day in 2015 when a certain woman came to one of WorldCOMP’s pop-up medical camps. The woman had been to many do...

Student costs, debt spiral out of control

Kim See

November 8, 2017

Panel discusses economic impact According to Forbes, as of February, the student loan debt sits at $1.3 trillion with 44.2 million borrowers. From the class of 2015, New Hampshire has the highest average loan per student at $36,1...

Ames legacy continues

Anya Annear

November 8, 2017

Scholarship creates safe space, builds community The spectrum of scholarships is wide. Whether right out of high school or returning from a break, there are scholarships for everyone, including the underrepresented. The Ames Scholarship began wi...

Senate discusses supporting homeless

Anya Annear

November 8, 2017

Tent City 3 to move in in less than two weeks This week, senate continued their discussion on Tent City 3. Senator Lillian Hollar, and senator Leanna Rose Temple will be meeting with the student Tent City 3 liaison Emily Hans...

Celebrating reformation

Jenn Tran

November 1, 2017

Open choir commemorates departed souls Esther Chung Kim, associate professor of religious studies at Claremont Mckenna College, believes that Luther’s efforts to persuade officials to invest in poor children’s education st...

Rebranding SPU identity

Teresa Tsang

November 1, 2017

Adjusting, accommodating, changing, demographics Provost Jeff Van Duzer believes that Seattle Pacific University should be an intersection of faith and education in a city of the future. For him, how SPU should change its app...

Engaging the homeless

Anya Annear

November 1, 2017

Count down to Tent City Three move-in begins In 17 days, Tent City Three will be moving onto Seattle Pacific University’s campus for their temporary stay. Senior Emily Hansum, a linguistics and Spanish dual major came to Senate...

Digging up possibilities

Kim See

November 1, 2017

Living out God's love by loving homeless, poor Reverend Jean Kim was born in North Korea and took refuge in South Korea when she was just 11 years old. For most of her life, she has been working with and serving the homeless....

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