Falcons kick off spring season

Men’s soccer shows vast improvement despite loss of six senior players

This past Friday, the SPU men’s soccer team played the second game of the Spring Exhibition Season against the University of British Columbia. Earlier last month, on Saturday, March 4 they played a match against the University of Portland. With the main point of the exhibition season being improvement for the upcoming fall season, the […]

In Reflection – History of Haven

Haven’s history began in the spring of 2007 when a group of students from the Seattle area called the “Equality Riders” visited campus with an organization called Soulforce. According to Vice President of Student Life Jeff Jordan, their focus was to address university policy on sexual orientation. “We had a number of presentations during the […]

Bill H.R. 899 unjustified

Legislation to abolish Department of Education lacks purpose, basic answers

This past February, bill H.R. 899 was introduced to congress. The purpose of this bill was laid out in one simple sentence, “The Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2018.” Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie introduced the bill on the same day that Betsy DeVos was confirmed for Secretary of Education. DeVos’ confirmation had […]

A new take on fashion from Maberry

SPU Styled introduced

Oh yeah. We’re going to talk about fashion … except we’re going to forget the rules and do things a little differently. This isn’t where you’ll find articles about “10 Ways to Wear Floral for Spring” or “Why Green is This Season’s Hottest Color.” I mean, who reads that stuff anyway? Everything here will be […]