Kiros breakfast advocates for economic creativity

Business professionals from around Seattle gathered in Upper Gwinn Commons last Wednesday morning for a Kiros business breakfast designed to engage students with professionals in the workplace. Twenty students pre-registered to attend the event, said Ryan Peterson, director of the Kiros Seattle chapter. Of those registered only one student showed up. Kiros is a group […]

Political authority crossed boundaries

Abraham Lincoln’s use of presidential power crossed some boundaries. These "little legalities" enabled Lincoln to bend rules to accomplish what he believed to be right, Professor of History Bill Woodward said. Woodward hosted a seminar titled "Lincoln’s Use (and Abuse?) Of Presidential Power," one of 16 afternoon breakout sessions held as part of last Wednesday’s […]

Student seeks God on Bolivia mission

Santa Cruz, Bolivia used to be unknown territory for senior David Lippold. But when he saw a pamphlet in Gwinn Commons for World Concern last year, he felt God’s call toward a summer missions project. "I actually wasn’t into global missions before the trip," Lippold said. "Having gone is where I found that love of […]