Campus Security Blotter

Homeless man sleeping in SUB At 8:35 a.m. Friday, an SPU security officer responded to a report of transient person in one of the stalls in the men’s restroom on the main floor of the SUB. The transient was found sleeping in the handicap stall. He was identified, expelled from the campus with a trespass […]

News Briefs

Dorm Closings and Openings All dorms will close at 10 a.m. Saturday. Robbins will remain open along with all non-traditional housing. The dorms will reopen on Jan. 4 at 1 p.m. Meal Plan Changes Meal plan changes are due in University Services by Friday. No changes will be accepted past this date. Call (206) 281-2188 […]

‘It felt like I was in a foreign country’

<table width="200" border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" align="right"> <tr> <td> <font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="4"> <a href="specials/wto-special/index.htm" target="wto"><font color="#FF0000">Click here to view the special WTO photo gallery!</font></a> </font> </td> </tr> </table> Freshman Dash Martin felt like he was burning to death. Junior Saul Renderfrance felt like he was in a foreign country. And the tear gas was […]

Eatons host study break for students

Last night, students seeking a respite from their studies gathered on the upper level of the new Gwinn for snacks, music, and conversation. President Phil Eaton sent an e-mail to all students on Nov. 30, inviting them to the "first-ever President’s Christmas Study Break." Guests ascended a wide staircase and found themselves in a well-lit […]

Honor system will stay put

Students will continue to abide by an honor system with the Christian Faith Exploration (CFE) Program for the rest of the year. According to Tim Dearborn, dean of the Chapel, no major changes will take effect for the remainder of this year, but minor changes are being explored. "I think there’s lots of fine-tuning and […]

The way I see it

Football is a great game. A real blood sweat and tears kind of activity. Actually it’s only acceptable to bleed and sweat. Real football players, like myself, don’t cry, they just hang their head in shame because they recognize they are inferior to the other team that beat them. Although if you are Joe Theismann […]