Crime 5/17

Theft On May 6 Seattle Storm towels were stolen from the lower level of Royal Brougham Pavilion. Car Prowl On Wednesday, May 10, a car prowl occurred at the 650 W Bertona apartments. The Crime at SPU report is compiled weekly by the News Editor Manola Secaira from information provided by the Seattle Pacific Office […]

The style advice seniors wish they had known as first-years

Eight apparel design, merchandising students share tips on how to achieve great campus style

As the school year winds down and the class of 2017 prepares for graduation, it’s time we take a moment to appreciate the hard-working seniors of the Apparel Design and Merchandising program. Over the past four years, these students have certainly learned a thing or two about what it takes to have killer SPU style. […]

Lecture stresses need for united front against disease

Harborview manager visits campus, presents case to oppose pathogens

To Vanessa A. Makarewicz, the health of people, animals and the earth are inherently connected. As the infection control operations manager at Harborview Medical Center, Makarewicz says there should not only be a worldwide partnership for medicine, but a local focus on what measures can be taken to help eliminate disease. She said that nearly […]

STEM students network, present

Annual conference provides learning opportunities

After working on his project for two years, junior Charles Mitchell finally saw his work come to fruition when he gave an oral presentation on his project at the 15th annual Erickson Undergraduate Conference. Guided by Assistant Professor of Chemistry Wade Grabow, Mitchell presented his research in laboratory-constructed RNA patterns called “tectoRNA,” and analyzed those […]

SPU community shares stories of culture clash

Commonalities found within biracial experiences of SPU students, faculty

For Associate Professor of Theology Brian Bantum, growing up as a “mixed black person” had a large effect on his childhood. “Because I was black and grew up with my [white] family in a white neighborhood, I took on  presuppositions about the world, and I saw myself as more white,” Bantum said. In grade school, […]