Church, state at odds

WASHINGTON — The Ten Commandments monument that stands just outside the Texas Capitol begins with the words, "I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt have no other gods before me." The Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, begins with the words, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment […]

Roundtable helps to illuminate era

The Second Annual Puget Sound Medieval Roundtable will be held tomorrow in the Falcon Lounge in Royal Brougham Pavilion and will include both afternoon lectures and an evening concert at First Free Methodist Church. This is the second year for the conference, which was organized by SPU Professors Eric Vogt and Patrick McDonald in an […]

Survey breaks down expenses

The recent announcement of SPU’s 2005-2006 tuition has brought student financial issues to the forefront. In May of 2004, the Washington Financial Aid Association (WFAA) conducted a living expenses survey of students attending Washington universities. Student Financial Services (SFS) Director Jordan Grant said that this survey, which is not annual but is starting to be […]

Bringing sex out of the darkness

When Professor of Theology Dr. Rick Steele looks at SPU students, he sees them being pulled in four different directions. People are maturing sexually earlier than ever before but marrying later, he said, and in the ever-increasing time between the two, they are trapped in an oversexed culture. Add to that the Christian purity ethic, […]