‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’

REVIEW: Fey makes comeback in new ‘dramedy’

Tina Fey is a subgenre of comedy in and of itself. She gifted the world with her performances in “Mean Girls” and “30 Rock,” but since then her work has not been as good. That is, until “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” debuted this past Friday. Based on a true story, this “dramedy” has all the makings […]

White privilege in media

Guest commentary: Student weighs in on visual representation of diversity forum

At the “Necessary Conversation” diversity forum last week, a woman named Allyn Ruth shared her experience of being a black woman on SPU’s campus in the 1970s. She called herself a “survivor” of SPU, relaying experiences of racism that she never would have expected to encounter on a Christian campus. The following day, The Falcon […]

Professor presents new photography

SPAC Gallery features one of their own

Zack Bent views his three sons Ezra, Solomon and Casper as the ultimate expression of life in the natural world. Currently in elementary school, these young boys serve as Bent’s so-called “co-workers” in his recent exploration into photography. Even though he knows lectures can be boring, Seattle Pacific Assistant Professor of ArtBent hoped to give […]

Daily World News Brief: Cleveland Clinic performs first US uterus transplant

The first uterus transplant in the U.S. was performed on a 26-year-old woman at Cleveland Clinic. According to The New York Times, the recipient, identified only as Lindsey, was born without a uterus. Lindsey already has three adopted sons with her husband, but this transplant may give her the chance to bear children. “I have […]

Daily World News Brief: N. Korea threatens US, South Korea with nuclear weapons

North Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) made threats to strike the U.S. and South Korea if joint military drills continue, BBC reports. These exercises occur annually, but these will be the biggest so far, involving 15 thousand Americans and 300 thousand South Korean soldiers. The DPRK sees these exercises as preparation for invasion, and […]


Tuition Increases for 2016-2017 School Year

The total cost to attend Seattle Pacific University next year will be approximately $49,764. This is an increase of $2,325 or 4.9 percent on the $47,439 overall cost students spent to attend SPU in the 2015-2016 school year.   In an email to students on Friday night, President Daniel Martin outlined tuition for the 2016-2017 […]