Perceiving God through language

The Rev. Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison, professor of theology, believes the language used among Christians to describe God is an important topic to consider. Pope-Levison began the discussion called “Gender and God Language” in the Emerson Lobby on May 19 by having the students listen to and describe two songs. The songs were “Holy is the Lord […]

Conference features student research

Theresa Britschgi knows that skills students learn in school can change the world. “[Y]ou’re leading the pathways that we know are essential to improving the health and wellness of people,” Britschgi said. “Not only in our community, but in our state and around the world.” Britschgi, director of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Support […]

Dual event bridges SPU, community

Senior KSPU station director Jacob Zimmer hopes to make this year’s Spring Concert an even bigger success than last year. To do this, he authored a proposal with KSPU Events Coordinator Kharis Lund to allocate $10,000 from the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) fund to the KSPU fund for Spring Concert in combination with […]

Engineers validated by win

For senior Chris Howard, coming in second place at the 2015 Intel-Cornell Cup was validation that Seattle Pacific University can compete in engineering on a national scale. As a mechanical engineering major and the team leader of C.E.R.B.E.R.U.S., Howard and his team of four are proud of their accomplishment. “There’s always things you can do […]

Encountering white privilege

Chris Ray-Merriweather is like most mothers—she loves and cares for her children and teaches them to be safe and smart in everyday situations. However, Ray-Merriweather, coordinator of family engagment at at Seattle Public Schools, says that the real situations her kids are likely to face are what causes her extra worry. She worries about them […]