Boston nice guy an SPU dad

It took one small act of kindness and nearly 300,000 people on Facebook to turn a small-town guy in Alaska into an overnight social media sensation. Brent Cunningham was a half hour into basking in his accomplishment of finishing the Boston Marathon and was talking on the phone with his daughter, sophomore Kailee Cunningham. “And […]

A different approach to sex talk

On Monday night students gathered in Upper Gwinn for the first event of the four-day series Let’s Talk About Sex: Faith and Relationships. The event is sponsored by the Offices of Student Life, Student Programs and Residence Life. This is the first time the three offices have worked together to put on the event. It […]

Two-year project places first at event

Senior Aryn Schatz knew her plan to start a business selling brain wave controlled power wheelchairs had gained traction when she won the seventh annual Social Venture Plan Competition last Wednesday. “From the beginning, we were in it to win it,” said Schatz, referring to the competition held in Weter Hall and Martin Square. “But […]

Senate approves ASSP iPads

All senators voted in favor of allocating $6,360 from the ASSP rollover contingency fund for the purchase of iPads for the ASSP office. President Nate Strong and Public Relations Manager Laura Nile penned the proposal, arguing that the purchase of iPads would cut down the cost of paper and allow for documents to be edited […]