Cabaret: Broadway comes to E.E. Bach

On any given evening, the Crawford Music Building is alive with melodic tunes emanating from behind the closed doors of practice rooms. On one such night, sophomores Erin Badenhop and Jeremy Anderson practice their opening dance number, "Embraceable You," under the direction of sophomore Eric Hoff. When the dancers hit a small snag in the […]

Seeing the end-times in Iraq conflict

Ever since Jesus said that only God knows the hour or day of the Second Coming, preachers and self-appointed doomsayers have been trying to predict when it will happen–and watching the sun rise on another generation. Even those who chastise date-setters nearly always say, "God’s final judgment is coming soon, probably in our lifetime, so […]

Emerson premieres evening of comedy

Before you settle in for a weekend full of studying for finals, consider attending Emerson Hall’s first-ever Super Exploder Fun Hour. The event is being held on Friday from 9-11 p.m. The debut event is a free night of entertainment hosted by the Emerson Hall Council. Emerson Hall President Kyle Evans explained the method behind […]

Campus Security Blotter

On Wednesday a staff member reported that her parking decal was stolen from her car. On Friday a custodian reported that a possible burglary had taken place in a staff office. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please contact us. Original Metadata about […]

News Briefs

Lead SPU The ASSP Officer Candidacy applications are due tomorrow at 5 p.m. and are available in the ASSP office. For more information regarding the different positions, go to http://199.237.180.240/main.asp and click on the "ASSP Staff" tab. Become a refugee Learn through the experience of being a 24-hour refugee in Seattle. Applications are now available […]

International Women’s Day

A press release reading "Orange alert for the nation? Women’s support systems and rights are in a full-blown alarm!" spurred about 200 women to participate in a march for the protection of females in wartime. The march occurred this Saturday, International Women’s Day (IWD). IWD began in 1857 with a women’s rights protest, according to […]

Vehicle break-ins increasing

According to the Office of Safety and Security, 29 car prowl incidents have been documented since the beginning of this school year. "As of February 2002, we had had 20 incidents that year to date," said Director of Safety and Security Mark Reid. "This year the number was 29 through February." This quarter, Campus Security […]