Applications for ASSP are open

VPCA and VPF positions are empty

  ASSP Executive Vice President Danielle Meier announced that the Elections Task Force (ETF) approved seven candidates for four different positions for the 2018-2019 ASSP Core Office positions. No applications were denied. Two ASSP Core Officer positions did not receive any applications: Vice President of Campus Activities and Vice President of Finance.   Meier said, […]

ORP receives approval for event

ORP partners with Peak 7 to support, fund underprivileged youth

Senate passed The Outdoor Recreational Program (ORP) proposal that will be happening May 5 to May 6. ORP will be partnering with Peak 7 for their outdoor climbing event this coming spring term. Senior Evan Price, the ORP coordinator, presented the proposal, stating, “In the end we have been given the deal of a lifetime.” […]

Senate talks budget proposals

Organizations reevaluate spending costs for equiptment, events

Senate passed a proposal from The Falcon Editor-in-Chief Croix Boston for money to purchase new cameras, but there were modifications made to the proposal. Originally, when the proposal went to The Student Finance Board (SFB), the total request was for $1,098 to fund the purchase of two Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera Kits […]

Senate discusses mental health

ASSP establishes committee for spring, wants to bring awareness to subject

School of Psychology Senator Ryan Richardson created a Mental Health Initiative proposal that was passed at Senate. He will be working with ASSP President Mary Liu and Dr. Steven Maybell, the director of the Student Counseling Center. Richardson will be joined by senators Haley Frith, Sierra Clemens and Courtney Rutzer on the newly established Mental […]

Senate calls for student leaders

ASSP discusses future events, positions

Only one-third of the way through the school year, senate is already preparing for next school year. By the end of this quarter, all ASSP Core office positions will be hired for next school year. ASSP Core applications officially open on Jan. 29, on Orgsync. The applications will stay open for two weeks, closing on […]

Catalyst requests funding for SCORR conference

Monday, Nov. 27 Senates last meeting of the quarter held a celebration and a debate

Auriana Robin the Catalyst Coordinator came to Senate to request $1,707.80 for the Student of Congress of Racial Reconciliation conference (SCORR). This conference will be at Biola University from Thursday, Feb. 15 through Sunday, Feb. 18. It’s purpose is to create a space to discuss racial reconciliation, and racism.   “With so many issues and […]

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 […]