Affordable housing lacking in Seattle

This year’s annual One Night Count on homelessness, which took place in January 2014, found that there were close to 1,000 people sleeping in their cars each night. “There is a critical need for housing, particularly for people in the low income category,” said Dr. Sandra C. Hartje of the department of family and consumer […]

TC3 concerns addressed

Owen Sallee, the coordinator for global and urban involvement, addressed concerns and answered questions regarding the impending arrival of Tent City 3 (TC3) residents during the Nov. 24 Senate meeting. SPU hosted TC3 in 2012 on Wallace Field. Due to a refurbished field, TC3 will reside in Tiffany Loop during winter quarter instead. Sallee said it […]

Diversity training for faculty needed

In 2012, then-juniors Dominique Garcia and Karina Woodruff started the Cultural Competency Credit Initiative at Seattle Pacific as a way “to have different classes that would help students thrive in cultural competency,” according to Vice President of Intercultural Affairs Jasmine Hairston. During Monday night’s Senate meeting, Hairston highlighted the importance of diversity training for faculty […]