Campus Security Blotter

Hit-and-Run On Monday a student reported to Safety and Security that the left rear door of his car had been dented. The hit-and-run happened on Saturday night or early Sunday morning while the car was parked in front of the 608 W. Emerson apartment complex. Safety and Security advised the student to contact the Seattle […]

News Briefs

Christmas Toy Drive The Falconettes and St. Vincent De Paul are hosting a toy drive on Friday. Drop-off boxes will be located in all dorm lobbies and in the ASSP office. Toys will be collected until 7 p.m. For more information, contact Becka Lewis at (206) 286-7319 or beckalewis@spu.edu. Tradition On Friday SPU’s annual Christmas […]

Students support government

COLUMBUS, Ohio–Moments after the doors swung open for Ohio State University’s annual career day, a small crowd formed at the CIA table. Throughout the day, a group of students five and six deep waited to drop off resumes and discuss job opportunities at the nation’s best-known spy shop. "After the terrorist attacks, I think working […]

Holiday travel reevaluated

Junior Justin Frintner said his flight to Phoenix over Thanksgiving re-assured him about the safety of traveling during the holidays. "The airport was crowded and it took a long time to get to the terminal because of all the security," Frintner said. "The safety precautions were fine and I am not worried about traveling over […]

Learning at a distance

Senior Megan Hamshar took several distance learning (DL) courses through the University of Idaho to fill some general education requirements. DL is a form of education in which students can take courses from their homes and at their own convenience. Hamshar is an example of how standard DL correspondence courses help students who do not […]

Curriculum assessment proposal passed

A proposal to encourage the SPU administration to review the common curriculum program passed at the ASSP senate meeting on Monday night in an 8-4 vote. Because the proposal passed, it will be referred to the administration for their consideration. The proposal, which was presented by Commuter Senators John Gaitan and Paul Rand, noted the […]

Alcohol proposal referred for review

On Monday night the ASSP senate body voted to refer a proposal for a new alcohol and tobacco policy to a senate committee. Commuter senators Jordan Dover, John Gaitan and Paul Rand presented the proposal, which, if passed, would encourage the SPU administration and Office of Residence Life to adopt several guidelines. According to the […]

A&E Calendar

Today "Amahl and the Night Visitors" This touching musical story is about the journey of the three wise men. On their way to the stable in Bethlehem, they stay with a crippled shepherd boy named Amahl and his mother. The wise men as well as Ahmal and his mother discover Christ’s love and healing power. […]