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Professor of History Donald Holsinger delivers speech in final year of instruction at SPU

As some members of the Seattle Pacific University community introduced themselves at chapel for the first time, Professor of History Donald Holsinger spoke with a sentimental, reflective tone, as his address marked the start of his last year teaching at SPU. After 27 years of service to the SPU community, Holsinger will retire in June, […]

The first motion passes

Seattle Pacific to be represented at the Sounders game

As the first order of business, ASSP Vice President of Campus Activities Garrett Berkey presented the Sounder Tickets Proposal to buy 100 Sounders game tickets for the October 15th college night game. At this game, SPU has been asked to be represented among other colleges. The tickets would be sold for $20 each and would […]

Pledging to educate

With open hearts, learning to listen to the voiceless

It started three years ago when Dean of the School of Theology Doug Strong, University Chaplain Bo Lim and Director Tali Hairston of the John Perkins Center got together to host a Seattle Pacific ecumenical worship service after the Ferguson events in 2014. At the end of the December worship service, they circulated a statement […]

Falcons win two five-sets in a row for disabled

Seattle Pacific University women’s volleyball team is 4-2 in the GNAC conference after last win

Coming off a thrilling five-set win against Saint Martin’s on Sept. 26 in Royal Brougham Pavilion, the women’s volleyball team pulled off yet another five-set win on Sept. 28 against the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets at Alterowitz Gymnasium. Last season, the SPU volleyball team was 2-6 in matches that went to all five sets. […]

Lady Falcons sit at No. 2 in GNAC

Men’s soccer goes 6-2-1 after confrence win

The 6-3 Seattle Pacific University’s women’s soccer team scored themselves the second place seat in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with their most recent win, 2-1, coming in overtime. The lady Falcons competed against the Western Oregon Wolves last Saturday away from home. Most of the game the Falcons trailed after Western Oregon’s forward Amber […]

Welcoing event sparks joy

Tiffany Loop, a typically serene landscape, was transformed into a social hub for students to connect with one another and take part in school involvement through Big Party and Involve-O-Rama. Instead of the usual passersby hustling to class, first years and returning students alike milled around the central gathering in Tiffany Loop in a combination […]

Senate 10/18

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 felt like they are a part of […]