To the average citizen, it should be blatantly obvious that the United States is in dire need of a race relation transformation. From Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, to Antonio Zambrano-Montes in Pasco, Washington, minorities are being unjustly targeted and killed. Despite numerous racially-charged violent acts and daily micro-aggressions that minorities face, some people foolishly […]
For many Seattle Pacific University students, the end of spring quarter signifies the end of a year spent building community, enjoying traditions and forging relationships with floor mates that will hopefully last for years to come. For freshmen, this year was full of exciting new experiences with new friends. For sophomores, the year was spent […]
Advances in technology have enabled humans to create many beautiful things, though one of these creations, robots, has often been controversial. Many films have looked at the relationship between robots and humans, but Ex Machina puts them together with a whole new perspective and outlook on artificial intelligence. Ex Machina is a sci-fi drama. It […]
Senior Connor King wants to create an unforgettable night of bonding and fun for 2015-2016 student leaders. To do this, King, the Student Leadership Development Committee (SLDC) coordinator, authored a proposal to allocate $4,210 to SLDC for a 2015 Student Leadership Kick-Off event at Safeco Field. ASSP President John Jarman suggested several line items be […]
For Ben Silesky, change is not something that happens on its own. He quotes President Barack Obama campaign’s slogan, saying that it applies to CarbonWA’s initiatives: “We believe we are the ones we have been waiting for.” “We can’t rely any longer on elected officials to do what is necessary in a timely and effective […]
Hit & Run On April 22, 2015, an SPU student came to the Office of Safety and Security to report that their vehicle was damaged while parked in front of McKenna Hall. A security officer collected the student’s information and photographed the damage.
Age of Adaline is a romance with a neat fantasy hook, but it struggles to find its purpose until it is almost too late. Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively stars as Adaline Bowman, a woman born at the turn of the 20th century who, through some scientific mumbo-jumbo that is essentially magic, ceases to age. The […]
It’s the spring before an election year, and radio, television and social media are warming up for the inevitable message: “My opponent is the worst thing to happen to America,” the candidate will say. “I am the best thing to happen to America, and I approve this message.” There’s a sense of foreshadowing as we […]