Antonio Nevarez

Antonio Nevarez is a journalism major at Seattle Pacific University. He has written and produced audio stories for KUOW 94.9's RadioActive Youth Media program. He currently writes for  SPU's student newspaper "The Falcon." Antonio is a writer for Ground Zero Radio's newsroom. 

Most Recent Work:

Provost Hartley fired by Interim President Menjares, no cause announced

On May 23, 2023, the decision to terminate Laura Hartley from her position as provost of Seattle Pacific University was announced to faculty during a senate meeting. The decision was made directly by Interim President Pete Menjares, with no cause attached. Hartley’s last day at SPU is June 2, 2023.

The announcement came as a shock for many SPU faculty members. Christopher Hanson, assistant professor of music, could not believe the news when he first heard it. Hanson reflects on what this seemin

How SPU students are preparing for the upcoming 2024 presidential election

With most high school seniors graduating at the age of 18, it is common for new voters to vote for the first time when they attend college. The most recent presidential election being in 2020, it is almost time for voters and presidential candidates to prepare for the 2024 election. The upcoming election marks an exciting step into adulthood for some Seattle Pacific University students.

Gail McMillan is a first-year psychology major. McMillan was not old enough to vote in the 2020 election, but

Faculty responds to impending program cuts: “Are we still a liberal arts institution?”

For the third year in a row, Seattle Pacific University is met with a budget deficit. For the duration of the 2022-23 school year, a committee of faculty members from all six of Seattle Pacific University’s schools has been tasked with making decisions to cut SPU programs and lay off faculty members, all in an attempt to return SPU to a financially stable status.

Patrick McDonald is a philosophy professor and has worked at SPU since 2001. McDonald is set to take a sabbatical after this academic

Social Media 

Instagram is my primary social media platform. My page is public, so I'm okay with anybody viewing my posts. I like to use my Instagram page as a photo album featuring my friends, family, pets, and important moments in my life. 

This specific post features photos from my trip to Chicago, where I accepted the Excellence In Student Journalism 2022 award from NLGJA. The award was for my 2021 story "How the pandemic gave me courage to explore my feminine side" on KUOW 94.9.

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