Sophomore Kendra Locke stepped into the middle of Martin Square surrounded by about 60 students and 30 brown paper bags with candles inside of them. “This is a remembrance of the people we’ve lost,” Locke said. “It’s a place to honor their lives and find healing in the ruins.” Locke co-organized an event last week […]
The Seattle Pacific University gymnastics team had already accomplished more than they had hoped for at this point in the season — given that they had just set the all-time point record for SPU. They are also putting up consistently high scores every week, which is boosting their effort to cruise into nationals at the […]
REVIEW Mr. Peabody and Sherman is a near-perfect children’s film. It is a fun, light-hearted adventure that is consistently entertaining throughout. Based on the old cartoon segments from the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, the film follows Mr. Peabody, a talking beagle, and his adopted son Sherman as they travel through time. This is a fun […]
House shows are in a current surge of popularity as concert-lovers seek new and creative ways to experience live music. Seattle is no exception. A handful of volunteer groups are committed to organizing shows in the living rooms of residents all over the city. One such group that has gained notable momentum in the past […]
Four long days of agony. The Seattle Pacific women’s basketball season had been in limbo as the team anxiously waited for the postseason selection, before finding out its season came to end. The Falcons were not selected for an at-large bid for the NCAA Tournament. “I think it was harder on the girls than it […]
Senate approved two proposals on Monday: allocating money for camera equipment for Cascade and approving the purchase of a rental software system for the Outdoor Recreation Program. Senior Emily Reid, the editor-in-chief of Cascade, SPU’s school yearbook, presented a proposal for $1,655.37 to purchase photography equipment. The proposal included a new Canon camera, an external […]
Millions of people were affected by the economic downturn of 2008. But last week, students watched a documentary in Demaray Hall 150 that took a close look at four people’s daily struggles with poverty. Urban Involvement presented The Line: Poverty in America—It’s not what you think. The line refers to people living right at the […]
Since the crime log was last updated by the Office of Safety and Security on Sunday, there have been no new reported crime incident updates.