Crime 1/17

Burglary On Jan. 12, OSS received a report of an incident in the 37 W Dravus Apartments. Car Prowl On Jan. 11, an incident off campus but in the vicinity of SPU was reported.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled weekly by the News Editor Kimberly See from information provided by the Seattle […]

Pursuing justice, equity

Interest in cultural study sparks Dr. Yelena Bailey's fight against social, racial, socioeconomic barriers

When she isn’t teaching Writing 1000, American Ethnic Literature, or U.S. Latinx Literature, Dr. Yelena Bailey, assistant professor of english at SPU, spends her days separating the work between her scholar pursuits and her courses, as well as working on her research in social issues, including the way black feminist writers engage with nationalist and […]


Macrae pursues artistry

“Making Marks” showcases creativity, abstract works

REVIEW–At the Shift Gallery in Seattle, Anna Macrae sat working diligently on a new piece of artwork. She finished conversing with a viewer of her paintings, and greeted all with a lovely smile as they come in. The room was filled with paintings that reflected Macrae’s life. Without knowing anything about art, one can tell […]


Editorial Comment

Loss of social integrity needs to be challenged

As most of you know, President Donald Trump recently referred to certain African countries as “shitholes.” Since then, the media has run stories about the incident, astonished by Trump’s use of racist language and the precedent it sets. Traditional news media companies have not been the only ones to do so, as even Saturday Night […]


Season opener sets record highs

The smallest team in 12 years scores the highest

The Falcons posted the highest score of any of their season openers in the last 12 years, during last Friday’s opening meet. A score of 191.325 was put together by several Seattle Pacific University gymnasts, which, totaled from three of the four events: vault, uneven bars and floor exercise, was higher than their 2017 opener […]