A&E Calendar

Wednesday Red Light: 312 Broadway E Time: Open 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Chinoise: 12 Boston St. Time: Open 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Add something funky to your wardrobe by vintage shopping at Red Light. Then grab some lunch at Chinoise, an Asian eatery that serves both sushi and Thai. Thursday Wing Luke Asian […]

‘Last Night’ was a standup performance

1939. While thousands of Jews across Europe fear the persecution of Hitler’s tyrannical regime, a well-to-do southern Jewish-American family’s primary concern is finding a date for the debutante in residence. SPU’s production of Alfred Uhry’s Tony Award-winning play, "The Last Night of Ballyhoo," offers a unique perspective on the events leading up to the Second […]

Capoeira Brazilian martial arts

Combining history, martial arts, Afro-Brazilian melody, dance and aerobics may sound a little like Kung-fu meets "Save the Last Dance," but it’s actually a sport. Capoeira (pronounced "caup-o-a-ra") is a new sports group, formed at the beginning of this school year, and is unlike anything SPU has seen before. The group, called "Quilombo do queimado" […]

Voices in the Hall

Brittany Stevens, freshman: I believe that I don’t fully have the right to make a judgment because I am not fully informed, and I don’t believe that anyone is really, except for those who are members of Congress in Washington, D.C., and have the full story of what is going on. Andrew VanSchoiack, sophomore: I […]

Comic

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Judging the SPU community

Awhile back, a good friend disclosed to me that she does not like coming onto this campus because she feels that the people are very judgmental–too judgmental. In fact, she went on to describe this campus as one of the most judgmental campuses she had ever ventured onto. I felt inclined to agree with her […]