Crime 11/30

Car Prowl On Saturday, Nov. 12, a victim reported that her car had been prowled overnight. Safety and Security noticed a car with a smashed in window near the Davis Apartments on Sunday, Nov. 20. A report was made on Sunday, Nov. 20, that a suspect was seen “casing” campus buildings and later prowled several […]

Online Exclusive: Justice seeker brings voice to campus

Nikkita Oliver shares poetry, personal reflection

  For Seattle Pacific alumna Nikkita Oliver, justice is about letting people be their full selves. “Justice is just us, being just us,” sang Oliver, a teacher, attorney, anti-racist organizer and Seattle-based creative, to the SPU community on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Following a time of reflection with the crowd, Oliver shared five poems speaking to […]

Crime 11/16

Car Prowl On Wednesday, Nov. 9, a SPU student found his vehicle with a broken window near Wallace Field. Assault On Thursday, Nov. 10, a SPU employee reported a simple assault in Gwinn Commons. Sexual Assault OSS recieved a report Friday, Nov. 11,  of a sexual assault that happened in on-campus residential facilities. Harrassment A […]

Ybarra found guilty

Assailant in shooting trial determined not insane

Written by: Justina Brown and Monica Veles. UPDATE: On Wednesday Nov. 16 at 11 a.m. the jury determined that Aaron Ybarra was not legally insane at the time of the June 5, 2014 shooting, finding him guilty of first-degree murder of Paul Lee; three counts of attempted first-degree murder of Sarah Williams, Thomas Fowler and […]

Seeing Trump win

Campus reacts throughout election night

5:30 p.m. Crayons and maps are scattered across tables in Upper Gwinn and two screens at the front of the room project CNN’s report on the presidential election as students, faculty and staff eat snacks, take pictures at the photo booth and filter in and out of the room. It’s the start of the Political […]

Crime 11/9

Assault On Nov. 1, a resident of the Wesley Dravus apartments called the Office of Safety and Security to report that a rock was thrown through his apartment window. Malicious Mischief/Vandalism OSS received a report of vandalism to a car window on Nov. 3. Forcible Sexual Fondling (Clery Act) On Nov. 3, a student reported […]

Crime 11/2

Theft: Shoplifting As previously reported, on Tuesday, Oct. 18, the bookstore reported shoplifting, and the Office of Safety and Security investigated. A report was also made to the police. Indecent Exposure/Lewd Conduct On Thursday, Oct. 24, the Office of Safety and Security received a report of lewd conduct on Wallace Field and investigated. A report […]

Jury members visit SPU

Ybarra takes stand in trial

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, jurors of the Ybarra trial arrived in King County vans and silently visited Otto Miller Hall and the nearby sidewalk where the 2014 shooting occurred. The visit was intended to provide context and help them understand the evidence given in court. The jurors were accompanied by King County Superior Court Judge […]