Weaving faith in relational therapy

When Douglas Anderson pictures relational systems and spirituality, he sees a tapestry. People are the threads that make up the tapestry. Each person is on a different journey in creating their tapestry, Anderson said. At the 12th annual lecture on the Integration of Faith & Professional Practice on May 28 in Demaray 150, about 70 […]

Trees and honorees

  At the President’s Spring Forum Thursday morning, around 200 students, faculty and staff jumped to their feet as senior and ASSP President Isaac Gundersen announced the 2014 Faculty Member of the Year. Stepping onto the stage in Royal Brougham Pavilion, associate professor of music Brian Chin walked forward to accept the award from President Daniel […]

Erickson showcases student research

For many Seattle Pacific engineering, mathematics and science students, Friday’s 12th annual Erickson Undergraduate Research Conference provided a chance to present projects, gain recognition, and validate hundred of hours of hard work. “What [the students] are doing here is making a difference, not just at this school, but for the future as well,” said Perkins […]

Anti-porn group says action required

  Silence filled the top floor of First Free Methodist Church Thursday night during the Fight the New Drug presentation, an event designed to educate and encourage the Seattle community to take action against the effects of pornography. A nonprofit organization focused on educating people about the harmful effects of pornography, Fight the New Drug […]

Report analyzes $15 minimum wage

According to a recent report on minimum wage issues released by the University of Washington, the poverty rate in Seattle could drop from 13.6 percent to 9.4 percent if Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s proposed minimum wage increase passes. Commissioned by the City of Seattle’s Income Inequality Advisory Committee, the report comes on the heels of […]