Falcons ready for GNAC championships

SPU women jump to No. 9

At their last regular outdoor track meet of the season, the Falcons put forth one last effort before heading into the GNAC championships this coming Friday and Saturday. This past Saturday, May 6, the Falcons competed in the Ken Shannon Invitational at the University of Washington’s outdoor track. The women’s team was led by junior […]

‘Ring by spring’ trivializes female education

'Silly joke' a stereotype that must be fought

Kat Doutt, a senior educational ministry major and a youth ministry minor, has recently gotten engaged. Although she has made strides academically and even received an internship for immediately after college, she feels that her engagement and upcoming wedding causes many to disregard these achievements. “I had never heard the term before coming to SPU,” […]

Senate changes leadership qualifications

By-law updates bring further inclusivity to ASSP roles

Student government is focusing on accessibility. This week, Senate heard proposals about changing language to make hiring within ASSP more inclusive, as well as adopting language to clarify functions of ASSP Core positions. Senate also approved the budget for the upcoming KSPU spring concert. During the meeting, the Senate body also revisited old business. ASSP […]