Seattle Pacific University, student group at odds over Veterans Day ceremony

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BY ALEXANDRA LEWIS

A group of students at Seattle Pacific University say they can’t say the Pledge of Allegiance or present the colors at a ceremony to honor this country’s veterans.
The “Students for Military Veterans Support” club want the presenting of the colors and Pledge of Allegiance included in the program.
SPU says those can’t be included because the event is being held in the campus church, First Free Methodist.
There is a group of students who believe the weekly chapel service is no place for a military ceremony, but they’re not coming forward.
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