Committee aims to name new president by April

The search for Seattle Pacific’s next president is progressing toward its goal of announcing Dr. Philip Eaton’s successor by April. The Presidential Search Committee sifted through nearly 200 nominees to select a handful of semifinalists for the position, Dr. Robert Drovdahl said. Dr. Drovdahl, professor of theology, is acting as faculty representative on the committee, […]

Groups empower homeless women

Homeless women face specific dangers when they live on the streets, and often, their positions have an impact on their identities. In addition to danger, the loss of their safety, of their families and of their dignity brings homeless women a sense of shame, said Veronica Brown, a community advocate for a domestic violence agency […]

GNAC tournament next for Falcons

For Seattle Pacific’s women’s basketball team, Saturday’s pregame festivities focused on the seniors. Senior guards Jordan Harazin, McKayla Gorman and senior post Joani Reimer were honored for four years of commitment to the Falcons. Once the game started, the sophomores took center stage. Sophomores forward Katie Benson and guard Aubree Callen led the Falcons with […]

Seniors honored against UC Davis

Statistically, it wasn’t the largest crowd of the season. But the 659 spectators at Royal Brougham Pavilion on Friday night were the most energetic home crowd the Seattle Pacific gymnastics team saw all season. “You [could] totally feel their energy and their excitement to be here,” senior Aditi Kulkarni said. Before the meet started, eight […]