Immigrants positively shape the US

President Obama’s recent executive action granting shelter to upwards of five million illegal immigrants has caused a public uproar. The outrage in the Republican Party is so intense Sen. Ted Cruz from Texas suggested that Republican politicians should withhold confirmation of any of the president’s nominations until the amnesty is reversed. Yet, in the midst […]

Theology classes not useful

As a Christian institution, Seattle Pacific University’s theological study is the cornerstone of its common curriculum. Come graduation, a traditional undergraduate student will have completed 35 credits of theology classes including USEM, UCOR and UFDN. While undoubtedly personally enriching, these classes require too many credits, and therefore money, which could instead be used for courses […]