Big changes ahead for ministries

Hope College and Bethel University have about the same number of undergraduate students as Seattle Pacific. Both schools host a weekly, voluntary chapel that about 1,000 students attend, according to Doug Strong, dean of SPU’s School of Theology. That number at SPU? It’s more like 150 students … on a good week. Provost Jeff Van Duzer commissioned […]

Tuition, aid to rise for 2014-15

  Students vented their frustration on Twitter Monday afternoon after President Daniel J. Martin announced via email a $1,656 tuition hike for next year. “#BasicallyBroke, #Brokecollegestudent, #NotMadeof$.” Adding in the $219 room and board and $3 technology increases, the total costs will go up by 4.12 percent to $45,558. This year’s total costs, which includes tuition, […]

Weekly crime update 03/05

Theft An individual stole a sweatshirt from the campus bookstore on Saturday. Security officers detained the suspect on Sixth Avenue West and West Emerson Street. The Seattle Police Department responded and arrested the individual. Car Prowl A student reported to the Office of Safety and Security that a car parked in the Ross Lot near […]

Weekly crime update 02/19

Car Prowl On Tuesday, a security officer spotted a male suspect car prowling near Third Avenue and West Florentia Street. When the suspect saw the security officer, he fled in a vehicle. Hit and Run On Monday, someone was driving a vehicle on West Nickerson Street near Royal Brougham Pavilion and security officers noticed that […]