New Senator Action Plan

Senators will be visiting classrooms, speaking with professors to bring in new senators

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 fell like they a part of something […]

From RA To Counselor

Future high school counselor puts into play her best skills

For third-year Hannah Landies, working with children in a professional setting was not her plan. This changed when her high school counselor Natalie McIntosh opened her office door and let Landies get some things off her chest. “I’d be talking about assignments, teachers, student body and personal issues. I would convey a lack of self-confidence […]

Friday 13th tattoos

Spooky friday, spooky tattoos at Rat City

Angel Murrietta, the owner of Rat City Tattoo, began a customer appreciation event that took on a life of its own. Though the thought was simple, the event became much more than an opportunity to get an inexpensive tattoo. “We like making memories for people. Shoot, there was a kid in here who had nothing […]

SPU rolls up their sleeves

Bloodworks NW thanks Seattle Pacific

For some people, donating blood can be an easy choice, but for Jonathan Yao, a second year student studying nursing, it was not easy at all. He knew he would need to overcome his fear of needles one way or another, so when he saw that Bloodworks Northwest came to campus he realized the opportunity […]

Leadership transition in place

Board of Student Media in search of chair

Chuck Strawn, the dean of students for community life, brought to the senate a new transition in student leadership. Strawn’s proposal was to give student ministries, including the John Perkins Center, more control of their budget. The student activity fee pays for multiple unique events on campus, including, but not limited to, intramurals, the Student […]

Living out SPU’s mission

Displaced community returns to Seattle Pacific University

University Chaplain Bo Lim sent out an email on Friday, Sept. 29, announcing that Seattle Pacific University will be hosting Tent City Three for the third time. Lim believes that this is a tangible way to express the mission of SPU. “At SPU we do not view our hosting of TC3 as merely an act […]

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 […]

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 […]