Hall celebrates 100 years

Peterson Hall, one of the last two remaining original buildings on SPU’s campus, celebrated its centennial birthday at a commemoration on Friday, Nov. 18. Doug Taylor, director of Alumni Services, said that Peterson Hall symbolizes the past and current visions of SPU to engage the culture and change the world. "The building relates to the […]

Students initiate new cultural club

After two years of planning, The African Connect Students Union (ACSU) became an official campus organization earlier this month. SPU’S newest club made one of its first public appearances on Nov. 21 to support the showing of the documentary "Invisible Children" in Ashton Hall. Junior Abraham Bol, ACSU president, said that he and junior Robert […]

Theology women defy status quo

"How many of you have been teased for taking my class?" Dr. Kerry Dearborn asked. Nearly every hand in the classroom was raised. "Women in Christianity," is an upper-level theology class offered every fall. This year, all but one of the students in the class are female. Dearborn said that this is the norm. Last […]

Seeking academic honesty

Dr. Jeffrey C. Jordan said that on average, he is alerted of five to 10 instances of academic dishonesty per quarter. Jordan, the associate vice president for Academic Affairs and dean of Student Life, said he is only notified if a student’s grade is changed, and that faculty deal with student dishonesty in most cases. […]

Men upended, season is over

It was a disappointing ending to an unbelievable journey for the Seattle Pacific men’s soccer team last weekend. After a victory over Sonoma State University (SSU) on Saturday afternoon, the No. 5 ranked Falcons (15-3-3) lost to Cal State Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) on Monday afternoon to put an end to their playoff run. "It’s a […]

SPU basketball begins this week

The sun goes down before five, the electric bill is way too high and your breath is still visible at noon. These are the signs that basketball season is right around the corner. The Seattle Pacific University men’s and women’s basketball programs will kick off their 2005-2006 campaigns at home this week with high hopes […]