Year in Review 2010-2011

<strong>Haven gains official campus recognition</strong> Following a Feb. 24 meeting with the Human Sexuality Advisory Group, Haven leaders announced to their supporters that Haven is now an officially recognized registered student organization with rights to reserve on-campus meeting space and advertise. Haven is SPU’s student group devoted to discussing issues of sexuality. Until now, Haven […]

Build date undetermined

Seattle Pacific President Philip Eaton said students will not find out this school year when construction for the new University Center will begin. “When we might begin construction is still a very fluid and open question, as it always has been,” Eaton said in an email. The University Center is a proposed $72-million building designed […]

Senate signs Constitution

At the final Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate meeting Monday night, ASSP Executive Vice President senior Matt Van Deren, ASSP Executive Vice President-elect sophomore Alyssa Sutherland and Constitutional Advisory Board Chief Justice senior Jessica Fetzer signed the newly revised ASSP Constitution. Besides correcting grammatical mistakes and making language more consistent – faults that Van […]

Funding structure discussed

At the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate meeting Monday night, Hill Hall Senator and Vice President of Finance-elect sophomore Nate Strong suggested the possibility of creating a way for unrecognized student organizations to obtain funding for events. Strong said he has been toying with this idea for most of the year, as students who […]

Ministry leaders approved

Next year, Seattle Pacific students will see new faces at the helm of Campus Ministries. At the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate meeting on Monday, senators approved nine new campus ministry candidates. Campus Ministry Council chose to recommend all of the candidates at their meeting by a vote of 15-0, despite there being other […]

No roses coming May Day

This May Day, the Falconettes’ tradition of handing out roses to all of the women at Seattle Pacific, including both students living in the residence halls and faculty, may not happen. On Monday night, Associated Students of Seattle Pacific senators agreed that spending $2,000 on flowers – the amount the Falconettes requested – is not […]