Dreams made of metal

A new park, the Olympic Sculpture Park, just opened in Seattle. On a clear day, you can see the sound, the Olympic Mountains, Bainbridge Island, and the sun sparkling on the water. From different parts of the park you can catch glimpses of the Space Needle, Mt. Rainier, Safeco Field — all the little pieces […]

A long journey

Sitting in a jail cell, Lora Jones was technically free. She could go back to her home and her mother, but only if she stopped working as a missionary. If Jones continued her work, she and her mother would likely be killed. Jones wasn’t prepared to stop her work, so she stayed in jail for […]

Insisting on Justice

The sorrow will not go away for Yelena Shidlovsky, even if the man charged with the murder of her sister receives the death penalty. Her sister, former SPU student Lyubov Botvina, was one of four victims in the July murders in Kirkland. Shidlovsky, who spoke on behalf of her family Tuesday, said that the King […]

Small steps forward

Sarah Steele is a young woman with many dreams. As the daughter of a college professor, Dr. Rick Steele, she said she’s wanted to go to college since she was 6 years old. She will be graduating in June with her degree in Spanish and linguistics. She dreamt of being a translator since junior hugh, […]

Regaining ground

WASHINGTON – President Bush, seeking to regain political ground lost to the new Democratic-led Congress, called Tuesday for bipartisan action on energy and other domestic issues while forcefully defending his decision to send more U.S. troops to Iraq. Delivering his State of the Union address before Congress with the nation’s first woman Speaker of the […]

Getting ready to walk

Students gathered in the Student Union Building last Wednesday to listen to stories of loss, survival, and what the Relay For Life event does along with the American Cancer Society to try and eliminate cancer. The meeting was a kickoff celebration and introduction to the Relay for Life event that will be held at Seattle […]

Emens recalls duty

Senior Rachel Loucks-Emens knew that her fiancŽ was constantly in danger, but she had no idea when he was most at risk or what might happen to him. Still, she tried to live her life normally. Loucks-Emens is now married to Jeff Emens, who served in Iraq for a year before they were married. She […]

It’s time to tune in

A broken computer and technical problems silenced KSPU through early winter quarter, but station manager Kyle Wharton hopes SPU’s radio station will become "a voice for the campus." Wharton, a senior who began working with the radio station his freshman year, said KSPU’s problems started last year. When SPU renovated Weter Hall, KSPU’s station moved […]