Secretary of state visits campus

Senior Marisa Mault is looking forward to her first year as a registered voter as the November elections draw closer. “Youth are the future and have a huge impact on national and local politics,” Mault said. Mault said that although young voters are pivotal in the voting process, she is concerned with how informed they […]

Speakers explain achieving heart health

While 39 percent of adults in America think they are in ideal cardiovascular health, less than 1 percent of them actually are, according to the American Heart Association. Seattle Pacific hosted a lecture Monday that featured two American Heart Association volunteers, Michelle Leary and Gabby Guidry, who provided seven simple steps to achieve good heart […]

Merit of Urban Plunge explored

Each winter and spring break, students participating in Urban Plunge set out on the streets of Seattle for five days with a little bit of cash, three bus tickets and the clothes on their backs. During these five days, they put themselves in the shoes of the homeless. Sophomore Scott Jackson, Urban Plunge coordinator, said […]

Students address impact of media

For junior Clarin McDonald, entering the workforce as a woman presents complications. “[Women] are either viewed as being too masculine or hyper-feminine,” she said. “I hope to be taken seriously in my job, but it makes me wonder if I can even be myself in a professional setting.” This is one of the issues addressed […]