Fall into fashion

In the fall, a young girl’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of fashion. As we bid farewell to a seemingly endless summer in order to uncertainly greet a new season, there are a few stylish staples and trends to tap into that will keep you fashion-ready for a fresh start and all the possibilities that […]

Year in Review

While national concern was raised over the attacks of the Washington, D.C., sniper, for one SPU student interning in D.C., the attacks hit a little closer to home. According to Elizabeth Wallin, "Half of the attacks were in five miles of my work. The closest was only two streets away." Wallin is a 19-year-old senior […]

Year in Review

E-mails expressing outrage over the environmental implications of SPU’s possible expansion of Camp Casey have been circulating around campus this past week. Environmental activists in the area believe this expansion would result in the uprooting of forest growth that deserves to be preserved. A proposal is being made by SPU to the Island County Planning […]

Year in Review

In May of 1999, a statewide financial aid program began that would have a small presence at SPU but a huge impact on the school, as well as nine other private academies and institutions in Washington. The Educational Opportunities Grant (EOG) would benefit only a few SPU students this year, but the grant was the […]

Dearborn to bid adieu to SPU

After acting as Dean of Chapel for four years, Tim Dearborn is resigning from SPU. As of August 1, he will be leaving to take a position as Co-Director for Faith and Development at World Vision International. World Vision International is a Christian humanitarian organization serving the world’s poorest children and families in nearly 100 […]