Women’s studies revitalized next year

Some SPU professors feel passionate about enlightening students to the realities of our culture with the revival of the SPU women’s studies minor. However, Professor of Theology Priscilla Pope-Levison said she does not expect that everyone will come to the class thinking on the same page. "There’s not an expectation that people will think a […]

Campus Security Blotter

Malicious mischief, vandalism At 9:25 a.m. in Gwinn Commons on Monday, a student verbally assaulted another student and damaged the window of a door. Car Prowl On Sunday at 11:30 a.m., a student reported that her vehicle was broken into while parked in the Ross Lot. Drug abuse On Thursday a student was reported as […]

News Briefs

International Justice Mission At 4 p.m. tomorrow in the SUB Fireside Room, there will be an International Justice Mission presentation. For more information, contact Tony Martin at tmartin@spu.edu. Taste of the City The Centurions, an SPU men’s service club, will be hosting "Taste of the City," in which four groups of men will volunteer with […]

Taste of KSPU radio in Gwinn

KSPU Assistant Music Director Jonathan Cook said that the station has been in an ongoing debate with Gwinn Commons about getting their music played. According to Gwinn Supervisor Lisa Valle, students come to Gwinn for the food, not the music. However, the various comment cards dotting the walls of Gwinn show that there are several […]

World hunger awareness

In a break with tradition, the money raised during this year’s World Hunger Awareness Week (WHAW), spanning Feb. 25 through March 1, will go to the International Justice Mission (IJM). "It’s a slightly different approach than what would be done in World Hunger Awareness Week," Dean of the Chapel Tim Dearborn said. "This is bringing […]

Service positions reviewed

Changes to the salaries and wages received by students in service-compensated positions for the 2002-2003 school year were discussed at ASSP senate on Monday night. The discussion was tabled at senate and will be voted upon at next Monday night’s session. Service-compensated positions are those such as those held by Cascade editors, Residence Hall Ministry […]

Putt-putt fun evokes nostalgia

On a trip downtown on one of the wonderful days that Seattle has been experiencing lately, a little place called Fun Forest was discovered. It’s nothing compared to the nearby attractions of the Space Needle, Key Arena, shops and restaurants. But, despite its inconspicuous nature, it is still noteworthy. It’s a fun place originally made […]

A&E Calendar

Today Busta Rhymes Hip-hop sensation and "clown prince" of the rap world hits the Showbox tonight. Tickets are $30 at the door Doors open at 8 p.m. 1426 First Ave. (206) 628-3151 The Harlem Globetrotters World-famous athletic entertainers and occasional Scooby-Doo guest stars bring their shtick to the Tacoma Dome. Tickets start at $12 7 […]