Tag: Featured

Annual fashion show turns heads

Lights flashed in the dimly lit room as photographers captured models strutting down the runway, all wearing one of a kind designs created by SPU students. On May 12, SPU’s MODE Fashion Group put on their annual fashion show in Royal Brougham Pavilion. With the Pavilion packed, designers […]

Celebrating beauty in diversity

Students flocked to hovering white tents with different stations of food throughout Martin Square. Strings of lights, white paper lanterns and clear balloons filled with confetti created a celebratory atmosphere. The sun began to set as students sat inside the square, socializing, laughing and dancing in front of […]

Paternity leave is beyond valuable

Children highly impacted by paternal absences By Katie Ward For the first months of my life, my father was set for an eight-month deployment overseas that would result in him missing the “firsts” of my early life — walking, forming gibberish into words, birthdays — missing building those […]

SPU forced to sink one of their own

By Konner Hancock Sports Editor The men’s rowing team capsized in 2016, all that was left was their legacy floating adrift. The jetsam men’s sport was officially sunk in the summer of 2016, just before Seattle Pacific University acquired Head Athletic Director Jackson Stava. Stava stated the decision […]

Relying on skill, not gender

By Jenn Tran and Sydney Lim | Staff Reporters   English literature major Sean Im came to SPU his freshman year to study biology, with the intention of going down the path of pre-med. “I knew that if I were to choose pre-med, I needed to commit to […]

Leaving a legacy through service

By Lauren Giese–Features Editor and Rayne Heath–Staff Reporter Tucked away on the third floor of Eaton Hall, a large banner stretches from the ceiling, bearing the logo of Harvard University; a bookcase filled with information on the sciences of medicine, bioethics and educational leadership lines the wall. Scattered pictures […]

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