New chapter for Queen Anne Books

As book lovers walked into the newly opened Queen Anne Book Company last week, they noticed the familiar smell of freshly brewed coffee at El Diablo Coffee Company next door as the former Queen Anne Books has taken on a second life. Around 30 locals flocked to Queen Anne Friday for the opening of a […]

Forum discusses issues of violence

“I’d Like to Buy an Enemy,” a live performance by Ted & Company TheatreWorks, portrayed the ignorance of Americans on international social justice issues through comedy. As part of the Justice Speaks Forum, after the play, students and faculty gathered with the actors in Eaton Hall to watch and discuss the issues performed in the […]

Admin. weeds out confusion

If some students were hoping for a university-approved high after voters passed Initiative 502 in November, school officials say that idea is up in smoke. For starters, I-502 only approves the recreational use of marijuana for people 21 years and older, and marijuana users can only possess up to one ounce of the drug at […]

SPU lends voices to Sounders game

A CenturyLink Field full of noisy Seattle Sounders FC fans fell silent as 90 Seattle Pacific choir ensemble members took the field to sing the national anthem before Friday night’s game. “It was really cool to just go out there with all those people watching and sing,” sophomore Enely Shepherd said with a glow. “There’s […]