Falcons continue winning

When Sam Baldwin and Annie Reed talked about what made romantic relationships work in the movie Sleepless in Seattle, they both attributed it to one thing: magic. They could have easily been talking about the SPU men’s basketball team. So maybe the members of the team don’t get that special romantic chill each time they […]


We have a holiday tradition at our home around Thanksgiving time each year when each of us makes a list of things we are thankful for. Traditionally, I’m supposed to make a Christmas list and a list of new year’s resolutions as well, but I’m a little behind this year. Good thing I’m not Jewish! […]

Holiday Movie Preview

This holiday season, Hollywood is offering a wide range of films for the discriminating movie-goer. From aliens chomping on high schoolers, to internet romance, to Bible stories, to giant gorillas, there is sure to be a little something for everyone at the box office this winter. Here are a few previews of films that will […]

Helping after Hurricane Mitch

No worries are not what you expect to find with people heading for disaster and an almost comfortless environment. But members of the five Seattle Pacific Reach-Out International (SPRINT) teams headed out this Christmas break seem to be ready for anything. "We wrote down all our fears, concerns and problems and went in the other […]

Campus Security Blotter

Suspicious activity At 8:44 a.m. on Wednesday a student entered the security office and stated that a white male had followed her to SPU from Ballard. Policy violation Wednesday someone reported to the security office that someone had broken into one of the university computer servers and changed information. This article was imported from The […]

Campus Briefs

Toy drive for foster children St. Vincent de Paul’s Auburn toy warehouse burned down and they need SPU’s help to replenish their toy supply for foster children. Bring a new toy to the ASSP office by Friday or go to the Santa booth during Tradition on Friday night, 7:30-10 p.m. Venture to Robbins Robbins will […]

Buildings open longer for finals

Students preparing for finals have a variety of on-campus study locations when the dorms get too loud. The library, Weter lounge and the Student Union Building (SUB) are all conducive to study groups, individual studying and late-night cramming. Weter lounge opens at 7:30 a.m. and is open until 11 p.m. everyday and sometimes until 2 […]