Community gives back

FCS fundraiser makes an overdue comeback

In the past few weeks, Seattle Pacific University’s campus has been filled with “returners.” These include returning students attending classes, returning alumni here for the Grand Reunion, and an event that has finally returned: the Warehouse Fundraiser. This was an event based in community. The silent auction had products from all over Seattle, including Camden […]

Defining diversity

Mayo seeks to work through God's grace

If there is certainty, said Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Sandra Mayo, there is a loss of a reliance in God.   Because of this, Mayo does not want a sense of certainty. But this does not mean people should be paralyzed, unable to move forward confronting issues of race and diversity.   […]

Two tough losses for SPU Women’s

Falcons fall to No. 4 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference

Despite great effort and commitment, the SPU Women’s soccer team was left scoreless and defeated after their two matches this week against Western Washington University on Thursday, Oct. 5, and Northwest Nazarene University on Saturday, Oct. 7th. The Falcons match up against WWU was always going to be tough. The Vikings are currently the defending […]

Waiting for the perfect fit

Peter Moe to build a skeleton in Eaton

Assistant Professor of English Peter Moe’s fascination with whales started when he was a young boy. Having grown up in landlocked Spokane, Washington, he remembers being drawing pictures of whales in elementary school, for some reason enamored with the sea. Despite his love of the ocean and whales,  Moe did not see his first live […]

Color run unites campus

Explosion of vibrant hues covers campus

On Friday morning, students walking to class may have noticed the sidewalks stained in color, and patches of blue, green, orange and purple on the grass. Arrows sketched in chalk appeared at intervals, along with the occasional message of encouragement: “Keep it up!” The upper levels of Dravus parking lot were stained red, and behind […]

Crime 10/11

Malicious Mischief/Vandalism On Oct. 5, an incident occurring between Oct. 3 and Oct. 5 in the Dravus Lot was reported. Harassment On Oct. 9, a case of harassment campus wide was reported.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled weekly by the News Editor Kimberly See from information provided by the Seattle Pacific Office […]

Leadership transition in place

Board of Student Media in search of chair

Chuck Strawn, the dean of students for community life, brought to the senate a new transition in student leadership. Strawn’s proposal was to give student ministries, including the John Perkins Center, more control of their budget. The student activity fee pays for multiple unique events on campus, including, but not limited to, intramurals, the Student […]