Hit & Run On Nov. 13, the Office of Safety and Security was contacted by a student who said he was the victim of a hit and run. The student was parked on the 400 block of West Dravus Street from approximately 9 a.m. to noon. A security officer met with the student, collected information […]
Hit & Run On Nov. 7, the Office of Safety and Security received a dispatch call from a concerned neighbor regarding a hit and run that took place on West Dravis Street. A security officer met with the witness and took pictures of the incident. A note was left for the owner of the damaged vehicle. […]
On Oct. 31, Seattle Pacific University students, faculty and staff received notification that a campus-wide lockdown had been initiated. The lockdown was performed as a precaution after university officials were informed by the Seattle Police Department (SPD) they had received a 911 call from an SPU student. According to an email from University Provost Jeff […]
Theft On Oct. 20, a student reported to the Office of Safety and Security that cash had been taken from their wallet that was left unattended in Gwinn Commons. A security officer interviewed the student and completed a report. Malicious Mischief On Oct. 26, several SPU residents called the Office of Safety and Security regarding […]
Emily Reid’s Christian faith didn’t quite click until 9th grade when she started attending Mars Hill Church with her family. The Seattle Pacific University alumna had never witnessed the gospel preached the way the church’s founding Pastor Mark Driscoll preached it but says she felt her eyes open to who Jesus was once she did. […]
On Oct. 16, a student reported cash and a wallet stolen from Arnett Hall. A security officer interviewed the student and completed the report. On Oct. 18, a resident of the Davis Apartments reported grafitti on the laundry room door. OSS responded and collected information.
Roughly 1,311 individuals have signed an online petition asking KIRO, KOMO, KING and Q13 FOX to withdraw their public disclosure requests for the release of the three-minute surveillance recording taken from a Seattle Pacific University security camera in Otto Miller Hall on June 5, 2014. The petition emerged on social network sites such as Facebook […]
At 19 years old, Ron Ruthruff left the small town of Arlington, Wash., for San Francisco to begin working with the homeless community in a neighborhood called the Tenderloin. Just 24 hours after stepping off the plane, Ruthruff recalls finding himself serving popcorn at a drop-in café for homeless men and women. It was in […]