Emily Reid’s Christian faith didn’t quite click until 9th grade when she started attending Mars Hill Church with her family. The Seattle Pacific University alumna had never witnessed the gospel preached the way the church’s founding Pastor Mark Driscoll preached it but says she felt her eyes open to who Jesus was once she did. […]
Across campus, students, faculty and staff were required to exit all buildings and check in with a building emergency coordinator during the Emergency Preparedness Drill last Wednesday. “It got a lot of people mobilized very quickly,” freshman Miles Flett said. Students were informed of the drill in advance and were also emailed important information on […]
On Jan. 15, 2010, Courtney Weaver applied eye shadow in her bathroom in preparation for a night out of the house. Little did she know that minutes later, she would be attempting to recover from gunshot wounds to the forearm and face inflicted by her abusive former fiancé Kenneth Fiaui. “He’d had his gun out […]
On Oct. 16, a student reported cash and a wallet stolen from Arnett Hall. A security officer interviewed the student and completed the report. On Oct. 18, a resident of the Davis Apartments reported grafitti on the laundry room door. OSS responded and collected information.
As Senate was called to order Monday night, several appeals were laid before the members in attendance. Like last week’s appeals, the adopted appeals are not final until Senate passes the pending 2014-2015 budget. During a time of officer and committee reports, ASSP President John Jarman shared notes about a potential senior gift. “I got […]
As a teacher, Peg Achterman lives to “be God’s person.” She believes her profession requires “sharing your own story”—which, she adds, “gives us a solid ground to stand on, to find out more about other people and ourselves.” The assistant professor of communication didn’t begin teaching at Seattle Pacific University by standing on the sidelines. […]
In response to recent federal mandates, Seattle Pacific University has implemented new procedures in its sexual misconduct policies with the start of the academic year. An increasing amount of reports of sexual assault on campuses across the country has prompted the recent focus. President Obama’s administration launched their “It’s On Us” campaign last month, a […]
With a total of 691 confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as of Oct. 10, students need to go back to the basics to stay healthy, according to Jean Brown. “If your roommate is sick, buy sanitary wipes and wipe off the doorknobs and the light switches, anything […]