Images from the 2009-2010 school year.
I can do this. I can give up Facebook for Lent. I can wait until Sunday to upload the day’s photos, to play Scrabble, to proclaim how I feel about Victor Plushenko getting silver in men’s figure skating.
Thirty-two students spent a week in Mexico serving God, building a house, putting on a vacation Bible school, and burning beneath the hot southern sun.
In the days leading up to Easter, students searched high and low for eggs hidden in the bookstore Thursday afternoon and around campus Friday morning. Some eggs contained candy, bookstore discounts, and scholarships.
At 8:00 p.m. Feb. 16, a dozen students slouch against the Northern wall of Schimmel, outside the Manna Shop, wrapped in blankets, laughing, sipping hot chocolate, and pretending to read textbooks. At the front of the haphazard queue, near the Manna Shop, a sign reads “FREE BLAZER TICKETS! LINE FORMS HERE.”
Pictures from the ASB-hosted badminton and pickleball trounaments Jan. 19 and 21 at the C.E. Jeffers Sports Center.
Photos from the Men’ and Women’ games against Oregon Technical Institute Jan. 30 at the C.E. Jeffers Sports Center.
Concerts, plays and events happening in the Salem area happening in January.
Winners from fall semester’s Hilltop Online Photography Contest.
The prison is surprisingly, surreally laid back. Despite the snide remarks and intermittent catcalls, despite knowing there are only four, unarmed officers on duty in the cell block, I feel strangely safe….