Staff Editorials

The tsunami in Southeast Asia during Christmas break was a tragedy an indescribable tragedy. The way the world has responded, however, is a hopeful reminder of how far globalization has come in the last few decades and should inspire us to continuing the movement toward humanity united in compassion. The fact that so many nations […]

New Year’s Resolutions

<img src="/images/photos04/2005-01-12/mugs//Preboski.jpg" alt="Preboski" />Erica Preboski: sophomore "To remember a person’s name when I meet them. I am so bad with names!" <img src="/images/photos04/2005-01-12/mugs//Schneider.jpg" alt="Schneider" />Cameron Schneider: freshman "To be able to keep my girlfriend for a year." <img src="/images/photos04/2005-01-12/mugs//Dittus.jpg" alt="Dittus" />Lynette Dittus: junior "To share my faith more openly with other people." <img src="/images/photos04/2005-01-12/mugs//Neavor.jpg" alt="Neavor" […]

A&E Calendar

Today: Want to help with tsunami relief funds? Attend "From Seattle with Love: A Benefit Concert for Tsunami Relief." Political leaders, artists and media personalities will gather together to support those in need. Contact Ticketmaster to buy tickets. Cost: starting at $25 Time: 7 p.m. Address: 1119 Eighth Ave. Website: Thursday: Celebrate the life […]

Explore cultures through cuisine

For those interested in exploring ethnic food beyond Phad Thai, Seattle offers a plethora of opportunities. Sometimes hidden between more popular eateries, lies a restaurant that boasts authentic, delicious ethnic cuisine. Pakistani and Indian Cuisine Shalimar 1401 N.E. 42nd St. Monday to Saturday: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. At the corner of N.E. 42nd and […]

Tsunami relief at playoff game

As thousands of fans poured into Quest Stadium last Saturday to watch the Seahawks battle for continuation in the playoffs against the St. Louis Rams, 145 SPU students braved the cold to stand in the stadium collecting money for the tsunami relief effort. Sponsored by Northwest Medical Teams and coordinated by Lindsay Hargett of Latreia, […]

‘She just sparkled’

To almost everyone who knew her, Emily Soule Hesse was "Sparkles." That was her camp name when she served as a counselor at Trout Creek Bible Camp for three years in high school, and that was how she was perceived by the people she interacted with on a daily basis. “The name just stuck,” said […]

Student aids tsunami relief

Not even one week into the quarter, Jared Wiley dropped his classes and packed his bags. The SPU junior left on Saturday afternoon for Indonesia, where he will be spending the next few months helping relief efforts in the disaster zones left by the Dec. 26 tsunami. Wiley, who is from Indonesia himself, was visiting […]