Briefs from around the world

Bush dicusses standing of the Catholic church with Pope VATICAN CITY – President Bush expressed concern Tuesday to Pope John Paul II about the standing of the U.S. Roman Catholic Church, which has been battered by a pedophilia scandal. By acknowledging his concerns in public and discussing the matter with the pontiff, however gingerly, Bush […]

Campus Security Blotter

Roof intruders On Thursday, some Ashton Hall residents forced their way onto the roof of Ashton through a barred entrance in the west stairwell. Going out with a bang On Saturday at 1:47 a.m., fireworks were set off on campus. Alcohol confiscation On Saturday, a PA on duty discovered several alcoholic beverages in a Robbin’s […]

News Briefs

Jazz ensemble concert The SPU Jazz Ensemble, directed by Bill Park, will be putting on a concert in Upper Gwinn at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. There is no charge for this event. For more information, contact the Fine Arts Office at (206) 281-2205. Physical education event On Saturday, a Physical Education Colloquium is being held in […]

Seniors face tough job market

As weeks of joblessness stretch into months, many recent college graduates say they are getting more desperate each day. Some have turned to any employment they can find. Norm McClave, 28, who graduated from Princeton before receiving his MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, is a contract employee at 20th Century Fox in Los […]

Year in Review

<i>Compliled by News Editor Haley Clark and Assistant News Editor Jade Nirvana Ingmire from stories by Haley Clark, Yvonne Schindler, Laura Onstot, Simone Van Breda, Chris Cronin</i> <i>Photos by Saul Renderfrance, Carla Clark</i> <h2>SPU students aids N.Y. firefighters</h2> <img src="/images/photos01/2002-05-29/Amondson.jpg" width="150" align="right" alt="" /> Rachel Amondson, second-year SPU freshman watched in disbelief with the rest […]

A home away from home

When Svetlana Igorevna Dzhurko arrived in the United States to study at the American Cultural Exchange (ACE) Language Institute, she spoke no English and intended to stay in the United States only long enough to learn the language and finish the ACE program. Four and a half years later, Dzhurko is now a junior accounting […]

Technology raises concerns

Imagine you are standing in line to get dinner at Gwinn Commons. You finally reach the register, but instead of whipping out your handy SPU ID card, you simply place your index finger on a scanner as you walk by. All your purchasing needs would be, literally, at your fingertips, including purchases at the SPU […]