Finding belonging in shared dinner

Students at Friday’s International Dinner in the Hill Hall lounge didn’t just have an opportunity to share food, but also to find a sense of belonging. Junior Elisheva Zoolkoski is the president of Mu Kappa, a club for missionary kids and international students. Mu Kappa sponsored Friday’s dinner, which featured dishes that students brought from […]

‘Blurred Lines’ OK

Many online bloggers, universities and organizations have accused Robin Thicke’s hit “Blurred Lines” of condoning sexual assault. The song has been banned from several U.K. universities, and organizations have made the song the anti-rape culture example, SPU included. Many people have taken the lyrics of “Blurred Lines” out of context, and I think some have […]

Senate funds Christmas proposals

Senate approved two Christmas-themed proposals on Monday, voting to fund discounted nutcracker tickets for students, and approving $9,000 for an ice rink at Tradition after an hour-and-a-half discussion. Senate discussed a proposal to purchase 400 tickets to the Nutcracker at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and sell them at a discounted price of $10 to students. […]