Baskets for charity

Three SPU students raised $760 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington through a three-on-three basketball tournament held on Nov. 19. The three students, Jessica Menkens, Leanne Stankowiak and junior Brittany Ford, got a total of 12 teams to play at an entry fee of $20 per team. The Ronald McDonald House in […]

Refugees for a weekend

Last weekend, 20 SPU students had a taste of what millions of refugees are experiencing across the world. World Relief and Urban Involvement sponsored a simulation called Refugee Project where different community groups are able to experience a little bit of what it means to be a refugee in the United States, according to Amy […]

Prowls on the rise for campus

The first time, there was a broken window and a wallet, purse and digital camera were stolen. The second time, a friend’s bag was stolen. The car belonged to Chelsea Cox, a student at SPU, who was a victim of dual car prowls: one in September and another earlier last month. The first break-in occurred […]

Center teaches study skills

Workshops that cover subjects in guiding students with college level learning skills were the focus of two sessions last night at the Center for Learning (CFL). The workshops set a framework for good reading skills. Subjects that were discussed included good places to read and knowing what the goal of the reading is. There was […]

Rugby teams tackle for Jesus

The 3-year-old rugby club at SPU has a new outlook on the up and coming year, according to the founder, Sterling Rector, a senior. The team will start off the year on Saturday with a game against their rivals, Seattle University. The team’s new vision is to create a "brotherhood" where those who participate can […]