Campus Briefs

Jesus Forum What does WWJD really mean? A panel of SPU faculty from different disciplines and faith traditions will gather for a Jesus Forum this Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in First Free Methodist Church. Schedule changes for winter quarter There have been a few course changes for winter quarter to the General Education (degree path […]

Senate Briefs

Washington State Social Security summit Organizations from across the country will be presenting in Demaray 150 at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Come visit ASSP ASSP will host an open house on Friday, complete with refreshments. Commuter coffee break Meet for coffee and muffins from 9-11 a.m. Friday in Falcon’s Landing. New sites discussed for Gwinn renovation […]

Campus Security Blotter

Telephone harassment On Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. a student received an obscene phone call on her voice mail. Sexual harassment On Friday at 8:20 p.m. students standing at the southeast corner of Third Avenue West and West Nickerson Street were harassed by a male who made a u-turn and nearly drove up […]

New schedule works

When the news of block scheduling for the 1998-99 school year came forth last spring, many students and faculty members were rather apprehensive. However, many feelings have changed now that block scheduling is in effect this year. Many new opinions are beginning to form about whether this is an effective program. For the scheduling program […]

SPUDs to be released by Thanksgiving

University Communication (Uni-Com) will finally get a relief from the hundreds of callers asking for phone numbers. The Seattle Pacific University Directory (SPUD) is expected to be out the week of Thanksgiving. According to Jay Abling, SPUD Editor, less than half of SPU students got their pictures taken for the directory on the original designated […]

Skinner speaks at Wesley lectures

A noted author of articles on racial reconciliation addressed Seattle Pacific University in a series of three chapels last week. Barbara Williams Skinner, president of the Skinner Farm Leadership Institute in Maryland and author of articles, such as "Been There, Done That," spoke as part of the Wesley Lecture Series on last Tuesday, Wednesday and […]

Students warned of lewd conduct

The office of Safety and Security issued a Community Safety Alert on Oct. 20 to warn students about a group of young men who have been harassing women around the Seattle Pacific University campus. The young men have been cruising around the campus and have approached women on two separate incidents. Although their car was […]

Campus Briefs

Saturday, November 14 Dr. Delia Neuch-Olver of the Department of Religion will address "What is a woman of God?" at the WSW workshop. Brunch, worship, speaker and discussion time will be held in FFMC Fine Center from 9-11 am. $2 suggested donation. RSVP at 286-7316 ext. 6. by November 10. Chapel credit is available. With […]