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 […]

Student startup partners with global artisans

Take a look at senior Christopher Haylett’s LinkedIn page and you will find a paragraph full of goals and aspirations. “[I’m] a dedicated individual with big dreams and fantastic passions to match…I want to leave an impact on the world that affects the future and leaves a resounding ripple-effect,” the paragraph states. Glance beneath his […]

Gauging ministrys’ capacity to welcome female leadership

Reverend Kelsey Rorem believes that women play an important role in ministry and leadership. Speaking to a crowd of about 50 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Arnett Hall Lobby, Rorem explained her beliefs during the Theology Student Union’s event titled, “Knowing Their Place: A Conversation in Support of Women in Ministry.” “There are […]