Restaurant week returns

Palisade restaurant offers views, tastes

REVIEW–There is a winding road that runs along the waterfront side of Elliott Bay Marina in Seattle. Hovering overhead, a canopy of trees creates a feel of seclusion from the rest of the city. Tucked away at the end of this road lies Palisade restaurant. Palisade, along with over 165 other restaurants, is participating in […]

SPRINT goes on mission

Student-led organization prepares for Colombia

Seattle Pacific Reach-out International (SPRINT) has been a Seattle Pacific University organization for more than 35 years. SPU students recognize the value in the university’s mission to engage the culture and change the world, and SPRINT is one way to become involved in doing this. SPRINT is a student-led organization that provides opportunities to travel […]

Service as lifestyle

Latreia begins year with Engagement Day focused on identity

For the Latreia officer core, service is more about engagement with others and following passions than it is about giving. Not only did the SPU service organization change the name of their twice-quarterly service days to engagement days, but they also encouraged students to practice community engagement in an ongoing manner. “Engaging with community is […]

New Senator Action Plan

Senators will be visiting classrooms, speaking with professors to bring in new senators

Senate developed a set of action plans this week to bring in new senators. Kaitlyn Payton, the Emerson Hall senator, proposed a strategy to fill the empty seats in senate,  stating, “One thing we have talked about is hosting an event with the floor reps so that they fell like they a part of something […]

Ball is life for Kasey Revee

SPU’s No. 1 scorer stays healthy to impress

Ever since she could remember, soccer has been an integral part of forward Kasey Reeve’s life. Growing up in England until the age of eight, Reeve was surrounded by the national game and therefore she always had a strong desire to become involved in the sport. She and her older brother were constantly playing around […]

Minimalism taken to extreme

Individualism lost in simplicity

If I could label the year 2017 as anything, it would be the year of minimalism. Black, grey, white and solid tone colors raided the closets of consumers and became the desired aesthetic of every 20-year-old adult’s fashion sense and bedroom. In the midst of this chaotic world, we have turned toward a lifestyle that […]

Falcons hold No. 4 seed

SPU dominates both of their conference games

Seattle Pacific University’s Women’s soccer has improved their overall GNAC record (6-3) with two thrilling and momentous victories over Central Washington University on Thursday, Oct. 12, and Saint Martin’s University on Saturday, Oct. 14.   After two losses the previous week, the Falcons were in need of a win to help boost their confidence leading […]

Editorial Comment

Sexual assault tag takes over Twitter

Sunday morning, actress Alyssa Milano tweeted “If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me, too’ as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” This message was in response to sexual assault accusations against film producer, Harvey Weinstein. Just over 24 hours later, the hashtag […]