Freshman Ali Steenis remembers scrolling through her Twitter feed on March 22 just minutes after it happened. Thumbing through recent tweets, Steenis stumbled on a tweet from the Everett Herald, a local Snohomish newspaper, with a link to an article on a massive mudslide that had just happened between Oso and Darington, Wash. “WSP: Highway […]
Four wooden sculptures of larger-than-life human figures, woven from cherry branches, bamboo and hemp, pose in various evocative contortions in the floor and ceiling space of the Seattle Pacific Art Center. These figures are the work of Darryl Lapiguera, one of the four senior students of SPU’s studio art program. Each year, graduating student artists […]
REVIEW It isn’t often a food can be described as sparkly, but that’s certainly the word that comes to mind biting into a Sweet Iron waffle. Pearls of sugar embedded in a dense yet fluffy batter explode on the tongue with a satisfying and caramelized crunch. Sweet Iron, at 1200 3rd Ave., Downtown, […]
About 850 students, staff and faculty, and community members filled the bleachers at Seattle Pacific’s Royal Brougham Pavilion Thursday night to hear Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright talk and answer questions about current events and their relation to SPU and the Seattle community. During the lecture, Albright talked about the role of public […]
Car Theft On Friday, the Office of Safety and Security received a report that a SPU student’s car had been stolen from in front of the Falcon Apartments. Security officers and Seattle Police Department officers were notified and searched the area. The car and the person responsible for taking it have not been found yet. […]
Senators passed two bills in the first Senate of the quarter, approving $1,433 for the Ohana Club’s lu’au event and $3,243 for SPU’s Easter celebrations. Junior Kaui Brito, president of the Ohana Club, presented the proposal to put on a school-wide event to share Hawaiian culture. The majority of the proposal covered the cost of […]
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Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s yellow flower pin sparkled under the Westin Hotel’s Grand Ballroom lights early Friday morning. “Today is a good day. It’s a flower day,” Albright said. Throughout her career and the years since, Albright has used pins as a part of her diplomatic signature and an indicator of her […]