This article was edited on April 18th from its original version published on April 16th. On Dec. 13, 2013, senior Olivia Birk was fired from her position as peer advisor on Second West Ashton. Birk said she was fired after two students contacted Residence Life with concerns about her mental health and the possibility of […]
Last Friday, junior Brandon Malde-Zoradi sat in the middle of Martin Square with a piece of duct tape across his mouth. From 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Malde-Zoradi kept his vow of silence. But duct tape wouldn’t keep him from speaking out. “I am participating in the Day of Silence because it brings up the issue […]
When junior Luke Arnold and senior Michael Vajda heard about the SPU Biology Club’s bone marrow registration drive last year, they saw it as more than just another on-campus event. They saw it as an opportunity to help save a life. Arnold and Vajda were two out of hundreds of Seattle Pacific students who registered to […]
For senior doctoral student Jessica Berg, explaining the unique challenges that affect the lives of children with autism spectrum disorder is more than just the topic for a dissertation project. It’s a chance to inform and explore her community. “These kids have struggles in their everyday lives,” Berg said. “They can’t feel successful in their environment… […]
During Friday’s annual V-Day event, titled A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer, students, faculty and staff gathered in Demaray 150 to hear a collection of monologues about violence and sexual crimes committed against women and girls.
Burglary On Sunday, a security officer noticed someone on the closed-circuit television in the Irondale construction site. Seattle Police Department officers were notified and arrived at the site with security officers. As SPD arrived, the subject attempted to flee. SPD officers caught the subject and issued him a Criminal Trespass Admonishment.
In a packed Otto Miller 109, more than 150 students, colleagues and long-time friends watched as Luke Reinsma picked out a worn, hardcover copy of Patrick Leigh Fermor’s book titled A Time of Gifts from a neatly packed row of books. “I have a dirty little secret,” the 66-year-old English professor said. “I find nonfiction […]
Senate began looking at bylaw changes this week, starting with adjustments to the vice president of campus activities bylaws. Senators also reviewed the recommendations from Allocation Board for the ‘14-‘15 school year and passed a proposal for SALSA club’s Cinco de Mayo celebration. Senior Destiny Hernandez and junior Sarah Lopez presented SALSA club’s proposal for […]