Kingdom Cry deals with abortion

Lisa Mills was married and had a 2-year-old son when she found herself pregnant following an extramarital affair. It was 1984 and Mills decided to have an abortion. "You feel like you have no choice. That’s why you’re getting an abortion," said Mills, one of the speakers at Kingdom Cry, Sunday night in Upper Gwinn […]

Coffee crawl pricey but fun

Seattle is known for its coffee. It’s almost impossible to drive through Seattle without seeing multiple coffee shops on each corner. So it would make sense that Seattle has its very own Seattle Coffee Crawl. The Seattle Coffee Crawl begins under the neon coffee mug at Seattle’s Best Coffee on Post Alley and Pine Street […]

A ‘home’ for the homeless

On January 30, a "One Night Count" found that 2,827 people were without shelter in the King County area. On average, King County has an estimated 8,000 people living without permanent homes, according to the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness. <<photo270|right>> For people such as Lantz, Mud and Shady (nicknames), homelessness is a very real […]

Class research leads to conference

Have you ever been somewhere, sitting down, reading a book or writing a paper, and could sense someone staring at you, only to find that these senses were correct? Well, four students decided to research this phenomenon and find out what factors contribute to sensing someone’s presence. Seniors Ben Carson, Josh Frankland, Whitney Broetje and […]

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

<<photo222|right>> Students came out to enjoy a night of music, salsa, meringue and carne asada at this year’s Cinco de Mayo celebration on Sunday. The Spanish and Latin Student’s Awareness Club hosted the event in Martin Square. A live band named Coffee Band filled Martin Square with sounds of Spanish and Latin music while students […]

Preview: UNBOUND, student led conference

Millions of people are victims of slave and labor trades around the world. Some are enslaved right here in Seattle. Nine students from SPU, Northwest University, Mars Hill Graduate School and the University of Washington decided it was time to bring awareness about human trafficking to the community. They got together and planned the UNBOUND […]


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