Feminism deserves racial recognition

Two weeks ago, The Falcon published a commentary by Alley Jordan, who identified two ways in which women are holding themselves back in closing the gender gap: “…transforming into the queen bee and identifying ourselves through race.” I agree wholeheartedly with Jordan’s claim that gender equality and female empowerment necessitate women supporting other women. What […]

Sodexo policy change draws on-campus protestors

Last Wednesday, organizers from UNITE HERE, a labor union protesting for worker rights throughout the United States and Canada, passed out flyers to students, faculty and staff on campus protesting recent policy changes within Sodexo, a food service provider contracted by Seattle Pacific. Organizers gathered in the streets and sidewalks around campus and  in Gwinn […]

Senators talk concert, compensation

A busy Senate this week approved $11,302 for the KSPU Spring Concert, as well as the Allocation Board compensation recommendations and the by-laws for vice president of campus activities next year. Senate also chose the Professor of the Year and reviewed the ASSP president constitutional by-laws. Before approving the Allocation Board recommendations, Senate discussed the […]