Campus Security Blotter

Vehicular Collision On Sunday, at 5:31 a.m., security discovered a disabled vehicle in the middle of Third Avenue West at Dravus Street. Upon investigation it was discovered that the vehicle had hit several parked cars on Third and Fulton Street and then rolled down to Dravus. Seattle Police responded and took report. Attempted break-in On […]

News Briefs

Got talent? The SPU talent show tryouts will take place Sunday and Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. To sign up or receive more information, contact Jason Kalso at (206) 281-2496 or kalsoj@spu.edu. Or stop by the STUB office in the SUB. An international experience The annual International Dinner and Program will be held Friday […]

Slayings stun Arizona campus

(U-WIRE) TUCSON, Ariz. – A University of Arizona nursing student, allegedly distraught over failing grades, methodically killed three of his professors and then himself Monday morning, marking one of the bloodiest days in UA history. At about 8:30 a.m., while most students in the College of Nursing were taking midterms, Robert Stewart Flores Jr., a […]

Making culture, business mesh

Yesterday brought the early dismissal of business classes, as students filtered into the upper level of Gwinn in order to attend a luncheon and listen to guest speaker, Blake Nordstrom, president of Nordstrom, Inc., as part of the annual DeYoung Speaker Series. The series is sponsored by Dennis and Deborah DeYoung of Kirkland, Wash., and […]