Theater shares story of justice

Professor composes new musical

At the tender age of eight, Stephen Newby began to play the piano. “I’ve been at this a very long time and I’m always learning,” he said. “I am always curious, constantly intrigued.” Having played several instruments throughout his education, Newby has known since high school that he wanted to pursue a career involving music, […]

Artist showcases vulnerability

REVIEW: Lady Gaga’s latest album ‘Joanne’ shines, proving to be riskiest collection to date

Lady Gaga is best known for taking risks, from the costume fashion she sports (the meat suit rings a bell), to the pop music that constantly subverts the industry. Every album has felt like a new side of Gaga. At first, her latest album “Joanne” doesn’t seem much like a risk, but seems more simple […]

Created in God’s image

View of Gospel changed, Harper believes Jesus ‘set the image of God free’ for all people

  Lisa Sharon Harper went on a journey 13 years ago that changed how she understood the image of God and the good news of the Gospel. Along with two dozen other people, Harper retraced the Cherokee Trail of Tears that her ancestors had journeyed. Among other stops on this adventure, the team ended up […]

Cross country takes third

Women place in GNAC champs

This past Saturday the women’s cross country team captured third place at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships with three outstanding performances at Lake Padden Park in Bellingham. The men’s team, although they placed only 11th overall, put forth yet another admirable run as they fought not only the competition, but also the […]

Lingua establishes creative platform

'Spookyzine' aims to celebrate artists on SPU campus

Lingua Editor-in-Chief Jacob Olson believes in cultivating an artistic community on campus based in friendship and openness. As a hub for creative expression, Seattle Pacific University gives students involved in the arts a unique opportunity to work with others, including fellow students, experienced professors and the larger community of Seattle, through The Lingua Journal. “We […]

Addressing inclusion

Senate promotes identity, diversity events

For the second week in a row, no proposals have been submitted to Senate for review; however, senate officers and representatives announced several upcoming events and opportunities for students to take part in leadership, and they also discussed accessibility changes to the ASSP constitution. The upcoming events for this season revolve around themes of identity, […]