Intersecting culture, leadership

Even though Nathan Samayo’s original plan did not involve attending SPU after high school, he firmly believes this was where he was supposed to end up. His senior year of high school, Samayo landed a full-ride scholarship to a small Lutheran college. He lived on campus his first […]

Spreading awareness of Palestinian conflict

As an organization, the Jerusalem-based nonprofit B‘Tselem aims to document human-rights violations in Israel-occupied territories. The photographers and videographers, almost entirely women and children, are volunteers for the organization. From their own homes and in the streets, chasing down incidents of violence and human-rights violations in familiar and […]

Crime 5/16

Burglary On May 14, OSS received a report on an incident in Otto Miller Hall. Domestic Violence On May 11, OSS received a report on an incident off campus, half a mile or more away.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled weekly by the News Editor […]

Lady Falcons claim championship

The Great Northwest Athletic Conference Track and Field Women’s Outdoor Championship has been gripped by the Falcons’ mighty talons. Seattle Pacific University flew into the championship, on May 11 and 12, with several top competitors in the GNAC. The Falcons’ substantial first place finishes during the two-day GNAC […]

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