Site of the Week

GoreGals: The Women of Election 2k <a href="" target="sow"></a> Sure, Democrats may have lost the White House, but that’s no reason for liberal voters to feel glum. After all, there’s a Web site set up solely for the purposes of celebrating female contributions to the past year’s electoral activities: GoreGals. Learn all about the Gore […]

Southern Flair

It’s 8 a.m., and Adjunct Professor Debbie Pope isn’t just teaching, she’s excited about teaching. So excited that she just threw herself into a wall. No wonder students who occupy her classroom during those early hours say she offers a teaching style that is beyond the normal. With dramatic moves and excitement in her voice, […]

Campus Security Blotter

Hit-and-Run On Friday between 3:30 and 4:15 p.m. a car hit the driver’s door of a parked pickup, causing $800 in damage. The pickup was parked on West Emerson Street. The driver left the scene without any notification. Car Prowl Sometime on last Friday or Saturday on West Bertona Street, a pickup was broken into […]

News Briefs

Second Essence rally Today at 4 p.m. Second Essence will be hosting a rally in Martin Square. For more information, contact Heather Eggen at (206) 281-2120. Dancing policy proposal passed by student senate On Monday, student senate passed a proposal to allow a new school-sponsored dance policy to be written for the university. The policy […]

Ken Moore fights cancer

Except for the absence of his hair and his openness with those around him, few would know that SPU Professor of Biology and Pre-medical Coordinator Ken Moore has the life-threatening disease lymphoma. Moore has continued to teach anatomy and physiology and has only missed class once this year. On an average day, Moore walks into […]

Apologist Kreeft challenges crowd

Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, spoke in Upper Gwinn to an audience that spilled out into the hallway this Monday. The title of his presentation was "How to Win the Culture War." "Love is at war with hate and betrayal and selfishness and all of love’s enemies," he said. According to Kreeft, […]

KSPU begins broadcasting

<a href="">KSPU:</a> KSPU, SPU’s radio station, began broadcasting Monday at 7 p.m. with a one-hour segment of Christian music hosted by freshman Jennifer Montzingo. As Montzingo became familiar with the equipment, she accidentally played a song by Natalie Grant after she had announced that she would play a song by Steven Curtis Chapman. "With […]

University Services head named

On March 1, a new University Services director (USD) will fill the shoes of Jim Korner, who left in November. The USD hiring process is complete, and Murray Lawson of Nova Scotia, Canada, will soon travel to Seattle to join the SPU community. Lawson comes to SPU from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where […]