Perceiving God through language

The Rev. Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison, professor of theology, believes the language used among Christians to describe God is an important topic to consider. Pope-Levison began the discussion called “Gender and God Language” in the Emerson Lobby on May 19 by having the students listen to and describe two songs. The songs were “Holy is the Lord […]

Catalyst bonds cultures

For students, faculty and staff passing by Seattle Pacific’s Martin Square, Catalyst’s “A Taste of Heaven” probably seemed more like a party than a church service. Nearly 200 attendees enjoyed the sights, sounds and tastes of several cultures at the May 16 gathering combining Multicultural Night of Worship and International Dinner this quarter. Upbeat music […]

Sequel struggles to stay in key

Pitch Perfect 2 follows all-female a cappella group The Bellas during their senior year at fictional Barden University. After a humiliating command performance at Lincoln Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition no American group has ever won in an attempt to regain their status and right to perform. A highlight from the first […]

Transportation levy questionable

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is meeting with city council and community members to discuss his proposed $900 million transportation levy named Move Seattle this week. The expensive levy aims to improve road safety and invest heavily in public transportation. There is no doubt that Seattle needs a transportation makeover. Commuting times are increasing, crucial bus […]

Conference features student research

Theresa Britschgi knows that skills students learn in school can change the world. “[Y]ou’re leading the pathways that we know are essential to improving the health and wellness of people,” Britschgi said. “Not only in our community, but in our state and around the world.” Britschgi, director of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Support […]