Funding structure discussed

At the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate meeting Monday night, Hill Hall Senator and Vice President of Finance-elect sophomore Nate Strong suggested the possibility of creating a way for unrecognized student organizations to obtain funding for events. Strong said he has been toying with this idea for most of the year, as students who […]


<strong>Theft</strong> Last Wednesday, a staff member reported that equipment had been stolen off their bicycle, which had been parked in front of Otto Miller Hall. A security officer interviewed the victim and completed a report. <strong>Alcohol Violation – Judicial</strong> Last Wednesday evening, a Residence Life staff member called Safety and Security to report students drinking […]

NCAA says no for team at-large bid

On Saturday, Seattle Pacific’s women’s varsity eight brought home a silver medal at the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia, Penn. The Falcons were confident this would propel them to NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships, set for May 27 through 29. But on Monday afternoon, the bombshell landed. Head coach Keith Jefferson received an abrupt phone call […]

New kitchen reaches low-income

When the food and nutrition lab on the first floor of Peterson Hall was renovated last summer, Associate Professor of Food and Nutrition Daniela Geleva said she thought about how the kitchen space could help Seattle Pacific students practice what they learned in class, as well as serve the community to which Christ had called […]

Staff editorial

Microsoft finally owns a verb — that is, a company whose name is used as a verb: Skype. According to a May 11 Seattle Times blog post by Sharon Pian Chan, Microsoft’s recent purchase of Skype is the largest purchase in Microsoft’s history. The acquisition will earn Microsoft more than 170 million monthly Skype customers, […]

Bantum talks race, religion

Mulattos defy classification, said Assistant Professor of Theology Brian Bantum. Part black and part white, they do not fit neatly into any preconceived notions of our society — and that, in part, is what makes them so fascinating, he said. “There is a structure of belief in whiteness, this idea of what it should be. […]