Students offer cultural collaboration

Joining to understand worship

Guests gathered to sit outside of Eaton Hall to listen to a service song, awaiting an international dinner. On Sunday, May 22 a collaboration event between Multicultural Night of Worship and Catalyst took place from 4-6 p.m., “Breaking Bread: A Multicultural Picnic.” To kick-off the event, the gospel choir Michelle Lang and Still Water asked […]

Students for life invite discussion

Pregnancy panel addresses issues of abortion

According to their mission statement, the purpose of Seattle Pacific Students for Life club is to educate students about the issues surrounding abortion and connect them to resources. The Students for Life club invited different Seattle organizations to participate in a panel responding to crisis pregnancy on Thursday, May 19, in Demaray 150. Students were […]

Classic pub setting offers a unique dining experience


A painted golden retriever sits with its head cocked to the side underneath large orange letters that spell out “Norm’s.” It looks inquisitive, wondering why anyone would hesitate to go inside. Just standing outside of Norm’s Eatery & Alehouse in Fremont, anyone can immediately tell it isn’t like other pubs. Stepping inside, two things come […]

Music pushes boundaries

Delicate beats, abstract sound

REVIEW   Gray: a color intermediate between black and white. Dull and nondescript. Gray is the essence of James Blake’s third full length album, “The Colour in Anything”, where murky beats and gloomy urgency exhale like a plume of smoke or a fog. On first impressions, the Blake’s impressionistic melancholy begs to be listened to […]

COASTS headlines US tour

Group’s new single ‘Oceans’ boosts fanbase

  The members of the five piece band COASTS were friends before they were a band. The group began playing together by stealing security codes and breaking into their University’s music facilities together to escape from their studies. Four years later, the group has broken through the mainstream with their release of single Oceans, which […]

Creative and immersive threshold

REVIEW Seattleites are known for an affinity for artistic expression. Truly, Seattle is a city that cultivates creativity and encourages residents to be inspired by the life that surrounds them. In commemoration of painter, curator and visionary artist Noah Davis (1983-2015), The Frye Art Museum presented the exhibit “Young Blood: The Underground Museum,” which drew […]

“Polish Home” shares culture and community

Flavorful 11th annual Pierogi Festival

REVIEW   People formed a line in the chilly pouring rain around “Dom Polski” or “Polish Home” in Seattle on Saturday, May 14. Guests were met with a warm-colored and steamy treat from Eastern Europe: the pierogi. Hosted at the Polish Home, formerly known as the Seattle Polish Association, the 11th annual Pierogi Festival was […]