Bomb threat cancels fashion show

Campus lockdown initiated

Students, staff, faculty and guests filed out of Royal Brougham Pavilion on Saturday evening after the university sent out texts, e-mail messages and phone calls, from the Seattle Pacific University Alert system to notify individuals of a threat on campus. At around 7:00 p.m. reports from the alert system were sent out to notify students […]

Classic pub setting offers a unique dining experience


A painted golden retriever sits with its head cocked to the side underneath large orange letters that spell out “Norm’s.” It looks inquisitive, wondering why anyone would hesitate to go inside. Just standing outside of Norm’s Eatery & Alehouse in Fremont, anyone can immediately tell it isn’t like other pubs. Stepping inside, two things come […]

Undergraduate research recognized

  For this year’s Erickson Conference, Seniors Katya Bergeron and Grace Andrews created a presentation about proline quantification in Agrobacterium tumefaciens C58. In other words, their research sought to gauge how much proline a certain bacteria gene produced. Their project started in Molecular Biology this past fall quarter. “[Dr. Wood] gave us a question. He […]

The scandalous nature of Jesus’ love and vision

Scandalous content can be found in magazines, on Reddit and political campaigns, but the term “scandalous” can also be used to describe Jesus, according to Professor of Theology Kerry Dearborn PhD. “Some of the words that correlate with ‘scandalous’ are disgraceful, shocking, outrageous, disreputable and this one: discredit brought upon religion by unseemly conduct in […]

Creative and immersive threshold

REVIEW Seattleites are known for an affinity for artistic expression. Truly, Seattle is a city that cultivates creativity and encourages residents to be inspired by the life that surrounds them. In commemoration of painter, curator and visionary artist Noah Davis (1983-2015), The Frye Art Museum presented the exhibit “Young Blood: The Underground Museum,” which drew […]