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From compensation to scholarship

Next year, students in leadership positions currently being paid through stipends will receive their payment as a scholarship rather than compensation. According to Director of the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Whitney Broetje, this change will better exemplify the core, “philosophical” purpose behind leadership positions at Seattle Pacific University. “Really where the scholarship piece […]

Bomb threat cancels fashion show

Campus lockdown initiated

Students, staff, faculty and guests filed out of Royal Brougham Pavilion on Saturday evening after the university sent out texts, e-mail messages and phone calls, from the Seattle Pacific University Alert system to notify individuals of a threat on campus. At around 7:00 p.m. reports from the alert system were sent out to notify students […]

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Students offer cultural collaboration

Joining to understand worship

Guests gathered to sit outside of Eaton Hall to listen to a service song, awaiting an international dinner. On Sunday, May 22 a collaboration event between Multicultural Night of Worship and Catalyst took place from 4-6 p.m., “Breaking Bread: A Multicultural Picnic.” To kick-off the event, the gospel choir Michelle Lang and Still Water asked […]

Students for life invite discussion

Pregnancy panel addresses issues of abortion

According to their mission statement, the purpose of Seattle Pacific Students for Life club is to educate students about the issues surrounding abortion and connect them to resources. The Students for Life club invited different Seattle organizations to participate in a panel responding to crisis pregnancy on Thursday, May 19, in Demaray 150. Students were […]

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