Actor displays passion for clean comedy

Student uses social media to connect, promote happiness

By the time junior Brett Kelly was 7 years old, he began acting. Kelly, a theatre major, currently has 26,000 fans on, an instant video app; 2,000 Instagram followers; and nearly 400 subscribers on his YouTube channel — he can also be seen juggling or riding his unicycle around campus. As an actor, one […]

Panel reflects on strife between police and public

Panelists push for accountability and progress

A panel of police officers, policy makers and faith leaders gathered in Upper Gwinn on Wednesday, Oct. 25, for Seattle Pacific’s “Panel Discussion on Policing: Where Do We Go From Here?” which focused on the issues of police violence, racial profiling and solutions for communities and police departments. “These conversations have to take place,” panelist […]

Learning to make campus accessible

Students with disabilities must find alternative routes at SPU

There are 59 steps to climb on a routine route from Tiffany Loop to the main entrance of Gwinn Commons. When getting nearly anywhere on the Seattle Pacific University campus, facing a steep hill or several sets of staircases is common. For students with disabilities, this proves to be a challenge, and part of the […]