Commuters need a hang-out

As early as next fall, ASSP wants to put into place a commuter space, where commuter students "can go hang out and feel like they have a place on campus of their own," according to Commuter Senator Jade Ingmire. This space would have limited enrollment and be open during normal business hours on campus. "This […]

Locke v. Davey oral arguments heard

Deep divisions and considerable ambivalence over the proper relationship between church and state emerged at the Supreme Court Tuesday, as the justices heard oral arguments on the constitutionality of a Washington state scholarship program that aids academically excellent low-income college students — except those who major in theology. The case, Locke v. Davey, is a […]

New house to mentor students

The Compass House is providing a new way for undergraduate students to take part in a new one-on-one mentoring program. "This is not vocational mentoring," said junior Emily Adams, member of the Compass House. "This is life mentoring. It’s coming to your mentor with a problem and talking through it." The idea for a theme […]

Campus Security Blotter

Vandalism On Dec. 1 at 1:44 p.m., a student reported to Safety and Security that there was unusual graffiti at Emerson Hall. Vandalism On Dec. 1 at 8:26 a.m., it was reported that an on-campus house had been vandalized. Car Prowl It was reported to Security that a car prowl had occurred during the weekend […]

News Briefs

Seattle P-I reporter on campus Journalist Brad Wong, joined by Microsoft employee Hai-Tri Le, will be on campus tonight to discuss human trafficking and sweatshop slavery. Wong wrote a five-part series for the Seattle P-I that featured the stories of 12 women who were relocated to Seattle, with the help of Le, from a garment […]

Student Senate Highlights for Dec. 1

Collegiums committee: The recently established collegiums committee met last week to discuss recommendations to offer to senate; they will meet again next week and will present senate with a recommendation of action shortly thereafter. Student Christmas Party: A proposal for a transfer student Christmas party passed unanimously: The proposal will allocate $225 from the General […]

KSPU proposal fails at senate

A proposal that would allow KSPU to purchase remote broadcasting equipment, making it possible to go on-air live from home sporting events, failed to pass at senate Monday night. "Specifically for next quarter, (the new equipment) would have allowed us to broadcast basketball games," Jon Cook, KSPU’s station manager, said. Additionally, KSPU would have been […]