Kerry wins in New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Sen. John F. Kerry scored an impressive, come-from-behind victory in the New Hampshire presidential primary here Tuesday night, according to exit polls, defeating former Vermont governor Howard Dean in a state where the Massachusetts senator was virtually written off barely a month ago. Kerry’s victory, his second in eight days, makes him […]

New married housing for SPU students

Married couples replaced single undergraduate students as the residents of the first floor of the Robbins apartment building. Due to the lack of apartment bids from single undergraduate students last year, University Services decided to utilize the empty apartments in Robbins as married couples’ housing to generate revenue, said Murray Lawson, director of University Services. […]

Campus Security Blotter

Car Prowl On Jan. 24, Campus Security responded to a reported car prowl on 3rd Ave. W. near the MSLC. Theft A bicycle owned by a Seattle Pacific student was stolen from a rack next to the Dravus bike cage on Jan. 21. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an […]

News Briefs

Seattle youth ministers on campus Seattle-area youth ministers will be in Upper Gwinn from 1:35-3:00 p.m. tomorrow to talk with students about employment opportunities, internships and ministerial vocation. For more information contact Dr. Amy Jacober at jacoba@spu.edu or (206) 281-2156. Lunar New Year celebration This Friday, students are invited to celebrate Lunar New Year at […]

Senate Highlights

Master’s in Art and Creative Writing Passed First Step: Dr. Thorpe announced the continuing creation of a master’s program that will be offered at Seattle Pacific in Art and Creative Writing. The program was passed by the Graduate School Committee and will be viewed by the Faculty Senate in Feb. and voted on in March. […]

Students foil attempted theft

Although it was morning, several SPU students were awake enough to help thwart an attempted theft in Royal Brougham Pavilion last Tuesday. According to Mark Reid, director of SPU Safety and Security, shortly after 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 21, Campus Security responded to a report made by students that a suspicious man was loitering in […]

Vander Pol is alumnus of year

Alumnus of the Year Ed Vander Pol described God’s influence in his life when he spoke during a chapel held in his honor on Thursday at First Free Methodist Church. "My life is a testimony to the faithfulness of God," Vander Pol told the crowd of about 200 people. "I love Jesus." In a speech […]

SBE to begin yearly application process

Due to a recently implemented decision, students intending to major in accounting, business administration or economics will now have only one chance a year to apply and be accepted to their discipline of choice. "We’re moving to a single-point-in-time application process (to the School of Business and Economics)," said Denise Daniels, SBE’s acting Undergraduate Director. […]