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Editorial comment

College athletes, like other college students, have to use social media responsibly. A new company called Varsity Monitor, which has offices in Seattle, basically Facebook-stalks players on a university’s dime, “looking for obscenities, offensive commentary or words like ‘free,’ which could indicate that a player has accepted a gift in violation of NCAA rules,” according […]

ASSP supports curriculum petition

Since some students do not believe that Seattle Pacific students graduate with a sense of cultural competency, they are seeking to make a change. Juniors Dominique Garcia and Karina Woodruff are heading a petition that recommends the establishment of an additional cultural competency component in the required undergraduate curriculum. The Associated Students of Seattle Pacific […]

John Perkins visits campus

Every year, Dr. John Perkins comes to campus to speak to the Seattle Pacific community. “There are very few people who have affected this campus like John Perkins,” SPU President Dr. Philip Eaton said as he introduced Dr. Perkins when he spoke at Chapel yesterday. The seats in First Free Methodist Church were packed with […]

Vision of Perkins present on campus

Junior Katie Sullivan is not a Seattle native: she came to Seattle Pacific from the Golden State. The Californian found Seattle unfamiliar – until she participated in the programs of SPU’s John Perkins Center. “My college experience would have been … different if I hadn’t been a part of the John Perkins Center,” Sullivan said. […]