Community grieves, reflects at memorial service

In the aftermath of a fatal on-campus shooting, hundreds of voices rang out from First Free Methodist Church on Friday afternoon. Mere blocks from the shooting scene, students, faculty and staff, and community members filled the church with words of prayer, worship and lamentation. Though teary-eyed while singing hymns, attendees sat in front of flickering […]

Pickwick rocks Shapadooah

Martin Square glimmered under strands of electric light bulbs and vinyl records suspended between lampposts as Seattle-based indie rockers Pickwick took the stage at Thursday evening’s annual KSPU Spring Concert. The event occurred in conjunction with STUB’s annual Shapadooah street fair, which featured rides, games, food and a petting zoo. Earlier in the evening, up-and-coming […]

Senior’s life defined by adaptability

Adaptability is hanging out with your older cousins as an elementary schooler and them preventing you from passing the joint because “you’re different from us.” Adaptability is being sent to a predominately-white school against your will while you lived in a neighborhood where there wasn’t a white student until eighth grade. Adaptability is carrying the […]