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Burglary Students from the 650 Bertona St. apartments reported a failed attempt to remove a screen from a room at 5 p.m. on Friday. The security officer determined that no entry occurred. Burglary Last Sunday night, a student reported a missing item from a room in Hill Hall; the item had been taken days prior […]

Nakagawa focuses on African aid

Children in Mozambique die every year from preventative diseases that could be cured with the right medication. Unfortunately, this medication is not readily available to them. That’s where Craig Nakagawa and his company VillageReach step in. Rain hammered the windows of the Library Seminar Room as Nakagawa spoke about his company’s work in Africa. SPU’s […]

Health care outcome unsure

Students discussed health care during last week’s Political Union meeting, senior and club Vice President Amy Archibald said. Instead of the normal seven or eight members, 20 students showed up for the meeting on Thursday night. Though she was surprised by the turnout, Archibald understands the topic’s appeal to college students. "We are just now […]

Ministry funds get stamp of approval

<i>Editor’s note: The <a href="files/09-10 Budget Summary.pdf">full figures [PDF]</a> from the VP of Finance are available for your perusal.</i> Senate approved budgets for all seven campus ministries last night, overruling Finance Board’s vote of no confidence in SPRINT’s proposed budget. They also unanimously approved the official 2009-2010 ASSP budget, which accounts for $681,529 of student […]

Film contest takes apocalyptic twist

With its many symbols and illustrations, the Biblical book of Revelation is very artistic and visual, said Professor of New Testament Eugene Lemcio. Worship needs the arts, said Stephen Newby, director of University Ministries and the Center for Worship. At a forum last Thursday afternoon, students, staff and faculty were invited to participate in the […]

Creation of judiciary questioned

It was past midnight when the creation of the ASSP Judicial Board was approved by members of the 2008-2009 Senate last spring. Senators had already voted the proposal down earlier that evening. But after a motion to reconsider the vote, the proposal passed with the two-thirds majority vote necessary to include the ASSP Judicial Board […]

Gospel concert honors Snell

Many of those who packed into First Free Methodist Church on Sunday night were close friends of Joseph K. Snell. Others barely knew of him. But by the end of the night, everyone knew more about the life and legacy of Snell. "Joe understood that it was all about relationships," said Associate Dean of the […]