Make choices while you can

After a summer working in politics, I was interested in politics for the first time ever. Sudden impulses to watch Comedy Central were replaced by curious channel surfing between channels 44 and 48 looking for news to soak up. Now the only thing I watch on Comedy Central is The Daily Show, which fulfills that […]

Is Eaton just a robot

You’ve seen him give charming speeches. You’ve watched the sleek, black Audi cruise up and down Sixth Avenue. You’ve been in his home and walked by his office in Demary Hall. Some, a select few, have witnessed him not wearing a tie. If you haven’t guessed who I mean by now, you’re either an unobservant […]

Staff Editorials

One thing every voter will have to ask his or herself is this: "Am I happy with the path my nation is going down?" That question is, in essence, what the 2004 presidential election hinges on. Mr. John Kerry, the democratic nominee for president, will put America on a better path. In an age when […]

A&E Calendar

Today: Go to KUBE 93’s haunted house. This is the most popular haunted house in Seattle. Cost: $10 or $8.50 with three cans of food. Time: 7-10 p.m. Location: Westfield Shopping Town at Southcenter Mall. Phone: (206) 494-2164. Thursday: Steven Curtis Chapman is in concert at the Key Arena with Casting Crowns and Chris Tomlin. […]

Culture brought to the dorms

Every residence hall on campus has its RLCs, PAs, SMCs, and RHMCs. This year a new acronym joins the list of staff members. Following SPU’s theme of racial reconciliation, there are now four student Intercultural Activities Coordinators (IACs), one in each hall, who actively plan activities to inform students about culture and diversity. Reina Morgan, […]