As University Provost, Jeff Van Duzer is responsible for everything that touches on the student experience, including the one year anniversary of June 5, 2014, shooting. In preparation, Van Duzer’s office coordinated with other departments to determine how to recognize this anniversary. “The hope is that we can create a space for people who are […]
Theft On June 1, 2015, residents in an on-campus living complex reported the theft of a pair of shoes and money from their room to the Office of Safety and Security. A security officer met with the two residents, obtained information and statements and completed an official report.
Theft On May 20, 2015, an individual reported to the Office of Safety and Security (OSS) that their musical instrument had been stolen from the Crawford Music Building. A security officer met with the individual, obtained information regarding the loss and completed a report. On May 25, 2015, a student reported to OSS that their […]
Malicious Micschief On May 16, 2015, a security officer observed three students walking away from an area where a vehicle had been vandalized. The security officer contacted the students, interviewed them, contacted the on-call Resident Life Coordinator (RLC) and reviewed CCTV coverage for additional information.
Theft On May 5, 2015, a student reported to the Office of Safety and Security (OSS) that his front license plate had been stolen while the vehicle was parked in front of Royal Brougham Pavilion. A security officer met with the student to obtain information and a statement. On May 9, 2015, a student reported […]
Junior Arly Quillin sees a problem at Seattle Pacific University. Although she says SPU emphasizes reconciliation, Quillim notes a common disconnect among students that leaves some feeling like outsiders. She calls it the SPU bubble. “I’m wondering how we can connect our own students in a way to try and create reconciliation among our campus,” […]
Hit & Run On April 22, 2015, an SPU student came to the Office of Safety and Security to report that their vehicle was damaged while parked in front of McKenna Hall. A security officer collected the student’s information and photographed the damage.
Racism due to lack of justice in Christian doctrine, Perkins says. Some people see the history of slavery in America and wonder how Christianity, whose gospel preaches love and community, could allow segregation. But not John Perkins. For the evangelical civil rights leader, the facts are clear. During a time of racial oppression, Christianity played […]