No roses coming May Day

This May Day, the Falconettes’ tradition of handing out roses to all of the women at Seattle Pacific, including both students living in the residence halls and faculty, may not happen. On Monday night, Associated Students of Seattle Pacific senators agreed that spending $2,000 on flowers – the amount the Falconettes requested – is not […]

Blotter

<strong>Car prowl</strong> On the evening of April 14, SPU property was stolen out of a staff member’s vehicle, which was parked downtown. The victim reported the event to the Seattle Police Department and Seattle Pacific’s Computer and Information Services. The Risk Management Office informed Safety and Security of the event. <strong>Hit and Run</strong> On April […]

World manifests wisdom

Even in Scripture, wisdom comes in many shapes and forms. In Proverbs 8:22-23, for example, a female Wisdom introduces herself as an eternal being wrought by God. “The Lord brought me forth as the first of his works, before his deeds of old,” Wisdom says. “I was appointed from eternity, from the beginning, before the […]

Chapel talk calls people to transform

This generation is going to be the one to listen to God’s word and fully dedicate itself to it, said John Perkins, author, speaker, teacher and president of the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development. “(God) calls us to present our lives to him in fellowship with others,” Perkins said. He said he […]

Staff editorial

There are currently 108,000 students in the four-year college system and 204,000 in the community and technical college system in Washington state. Yet, the state government has inched itself closer toward a $630.7 million cut that would jeopardize the education achievement of a number of students. While this will save the state millions of dollars, […]