Ceremony marks naming of library

Roughly 15 years ago, Gary and Barbara Ames walked through the doors of Seattle Pacific University with a vision. It was a vision of a university that brought forth educational opportunity for students of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Out of this vision, Gary Ames, now a member and chair of the Seattle Pacific University […]

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 […]

Sculptures precede early arrival of TC3

As autumn rolled in to greet Seattle Pacific University and its students in early November, several mysterious structures popped up in the heart of campus. Stark white and resembling the bare bone outlines of various kinds of camping tents, the art installation alluded to the essence and location of something to come sooner than expected—Tent […]