Intersections at The Seattle School
In honor of the Pacific Northwest’s beautiful summer weather, we thought we’d highlight Seattle’s park system, which is by far one of the greatest attributes of the city. No matter what neighborhood you live in, you will be in walking distance to a great park space! Each park has different amenities to offer, so take […]
Faculty Friday: Dr. O’Donnell Day
Today’s faculty highlight is Dr. O’Donnell Day, Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School. Dr. Day is originally from north Mississippi, spending most of her young adulthood living on a family farm in the South. After completing her bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University, she joined staff with Campus Crusade for Christ on […]
Seattle Art & Music Scene
Seattle has a wonderful local music scene and also attracts artists from all over the world. And it’s not just music – the city’s art and culture cultivation is out of this world! Here we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite music venues, festivals, groups, and museums to keep on your radar. Trust […]
Seattle Public Libraries
As a student, it’s rare that you will need to go beyond our own library to get the resources you need for school. However, Seattle is home to some spectacular library services that many students find useful even outside of academic needs. They also make great places to study! The Seattle Public Library is one […]
Politics, Theology, and Spiritual Darkness with Annie Mesaros
Shauna Gauthier hosts a conversation with Annie Mesaros about Christianity’s impact on American politics, and about Annie’s theological podcast God Help Us.
Welcome (Back) Cookout
August 22, 5:00-9:00pm at Golden Gardens Beach Park The Welcome (Back) Cookout is a dearly-loved Seattle School tradition hosted by Student Leadership. All students, spouses/partners, and families are invited! There will be hamburgers, veggie burgers, and hot dogs, and we ask that you bring a side dish or dessert to share. Feel free to bring blankets […]
Food and Drink in Belltown
One of the best parts about being located in the heart of a city is having access to amazing food and drink. As a student, you’ll likely begin to long for the times when you can break out of class and go grab a bite or a drink with a friend to decompress and have […]
Learning Beyond Walls
Check out some photos from two recent classes that invited students into transformative learning beyond our building (and beyond Seattle).
The Role of Self-Care in Formation
“Learning takes your whole body. ” –Dr. J. Derek McNeil, Acting President and Provost Many of you have been drawn to this learning community at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology because of the conviction that the fullness of your being should be heard, met, and taken seriously. Amidst this comes a core belief […]
Faculty Friday: Dr. Dwight Friesen
Today’s faculty highlight is Dr. Dwight Friesen, Associate Professor of Practical Theology. Dr. Friesen brings more than 12 years of missional pastoral experience to The Seattle School. He was the community-curate of an Eastside emerging simple church for more than 11 years; he was ordained by the Christian & Missionary Alliance until surrendering those credentials […]
The Seattle School Hires Dr. Misty Anne Winzenried as Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning
The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology has hired Dr. Misty Anne Winzenried as its new Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning.
Finding a Place to Call Home
For those of you relocating to Seattle, you got a taste of Seattle’s neighborhoods in an earlier Matriculate post, but what about finding the right house or apartment? Moving to a new city can be daunting, so we’ve collected a bunch of resources to help you in this time of transition, especially regarding your house-hunting search. […]