Year in Review

Throughout a debate over the biblical roles of women in church leadership, Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Community Church and professor of Christian Scriptures Rob Wall examined the roles of gender in 1 Timothy 2. The two men attempted to make their cases as to whether women in the church should be able to […]

Year in Review

Walking down the plank, her eyes search the vast crowd, hoping to catch a glimpse of her loved one among vibrant yellow ribbons, welcoming signs and red, white and blue balloons. It’s been 10 months since the couple has seen one another, and nerves are at their peak. Moments go by and finally the young […]

Year in Review

In May of 1999, a statewide financial aid program began that would have a small presence at SPU but a huge impact on the school, as well as nine other private academies and institutions in Washington. The Educational Opportunities Grant (EOG) would benefit only a few SPU students this year, but the grant was the […]

Year in Review

Really big antenna, $600; wireless card, $60-$80; being able to bask in the spring sunshine of Martin’s Square while checking your e-mail, priceless. By fall quarter, 2003, students will be able to log on almost anywhere on campus — or even in Seattle — as long as they are in line of sight of the […]

Year in Review

Although comment cards are a common sight in Gwinn, it is not every day that you see a card with a dried out, 2-inch long, deep reddish-brown piece of artery attached. The origins of this artery? A burrito consumed by SPU sophomore Jeff Knudson last week. "It was awful," said Knudson. "It was the worst […]

Year in Review

With a unanimous vote on Feb. 24, the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) passed a proposal to commend SPU students serving in the armed service. Hill Hall Vice President Ryan Ulrich wrote the Student Armed Services Commendation proposal to convey a message of support for those in the community who are preparing for combat […]

Year in Review

E-mails expressing outrage over the environmental implications of SPU’s possible expansion of Camp Casey have been circulating around campus this past week. Environmental activists in the area believe this expansion would result in the uprooting of forest growth that deserves to be preserved. A proposal is being made by SPU to the Island County Planning […]

Year in Review

The elusive illness severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) has killed 330 people in Asia and Canada and infected over 5,000 worldwide. SARS symptoms attack the respiratory system and are similar to that of influenza, except more deadly, according to a Seattle Times article. "Despite Washington’s close proximity to Canada and connection to the Pacific Rim, […]