Controversies, debate arises in SPU Art Center

Using art as an avenue for expression

“Observe | Make | State,” an SPU gallery exhibition subtitled “A Collection of Design Reproductions and Artifacts That Convey Issues of Social Justice,” closed to the public on Nov. 17. Campuswide, the exhibit generated conversation regarding issues of cultural and social justice, sometimes heated, with differing viewpoints emerging and bringing to light perceptions and experiences […]

Learning to love thy neighbor

Seattle Pacific University fights to protect Tent City 3

The Gazebo Room in the Student Union Building filled with students bundled in their working clothes as they came on Saturday, Nov. 18 for a breakfast sponsored by the John Perkins group Latreia. It was finally Tent City 3 move-in day, and the Gazebo room was the headquarter for all operations of TC3. After checking […]

Night of worship unites cultures

Students gather to understand, appreciate others

Like many students at SPU, junior and Catalyst Student Ministry Programmer Nathan Samayo values his cultural origins and the ways in which it affects the community that surrounds him. Samayo, who comes from a Chamorro and Filipino background, explained, “Growing up, I lived in a very diverse community, but was largely influenced by my parents’ […]

Dominating four in a row

Falcons feast over Thanksgiving break after winning four straight

The Falcons dominated the SODEXO Classic and went on to go 1-1 in the Westminster Thanksgiving Invitational. The Thanksgiving break held plenty for Seattle Pacific University men’s basketball team to be thankful for, winning two games at home in their own SODEXO Classic and then one on the road in Salt Lake City. SPU’s SODEXO […]