Year in Review

In a 10-9 vote, Student Senate passed a resolution on March 8 allowing students of legal age to consume alcohol in a responsible manner off campus. The resolution has no effect until approved by the Board of Trustees and President Eaton, but is set to be implemented in the fall. The resolution will go first […]

Senate passes alcohol proposal

In a 10-9 vote Student Senate passed a resolution on Monday allowing students of legal age to consume alcohol in a responsible manner off campus. The resolution has no effect until approved by the Board of Trustees and President Eaton, but is set to be implemented in the fall of 2004. The resolution will go […]

Senate Highlights

Commuter senator and faculty senator leave: faculty senator Dr. Douglas Thorpe and Commuter Senator Jade Ingmire are traveling to Britain for a study abroad program and will no longer serve as senators. Their positions do not yet have replacements. Falcon photo equipment proposal passed: A proposal to allocate $603 from the contingency fund for camera […]

Senate Highlights

Announcement of possible location change for collegiums: Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) President Bri Clark said that the upcoming student collegiums might be built in the Student Union Building (SUB) Fireside Room due to student feedback. Student feedback included desires for the collegiums to be in a more attractive location that was also closer […]

Senate Highlights

Les Steele visits senate: Senators asked the vice president of Academic Affairs about the most prominent candidate for dean of chapel, and Steele discussed candidate Bill Fisher. Steele then talked about tuition increases. Isaac Mooers, Moyer Hall senator, questioned Steele about First Free Methodist Church, and its contributions to Seattle Pacific. Steele said the Free […]

Women talk about sex

The pink posters lined each wall with words written in thick, black print. "Intimacy," one read. "Sex," "pornography," "love," "oral sex," "identity," "wholeness." Tuesday night was not a night of mincing words. "We want to be able to talk about the hard issues that we all deal with," said one event coordinator, Becka Lewis, to […]

Steves travels for experience

Rick Steves wants everybody off the boat. Cruise boat, that is. International travel writer Steves says that traveling is not about finding American comforts abroad; it is about finding abroad apart from America. "Americans can broaden their perspective through travel," Steves said. In the keynote address of Seattle Pacifics’s annual European Studies Symposium Tuesday night, […]

Senate Highlights

Senate took the following actions Monday night: SUB Computers Proposal Passed: A proposal that would provide $12,450.24 for the purchase of four computers for the Student Union Building (SUB) passed with only one vote against. The computers are set to be installed in the next four weeks. The computers will be used as terminals for […]