Applications for ASSP are open

VPCA and VPF positions are empty

  ASSP Executive Vice President Danielle Meier announced that the Elections Task Force (ETF) approved seven candidates for four different positions for the 2018-2019 ASSP Core Office positions. No applications were denied. Two ASSP Core Officer positions did not receive any applications: Vice President of Campus Activities and Vice President of Finance.   Meier said, […]

Crime 2/14

Alcohol Abuse/Referal On Feb. 10, two incidents, one in Arnett Hall and one later in Ashton Hall, were reported to the OSS. Burglary On Feb. 8, an incident in Emerson Hall was reported to the OSS. Fraud On Feb. 7, the OSS received a report of an incident in the Student Union Building. Theft On […]


Seattle celebrates Lunar New Year

Vendors lined the roads of Seattle’s International District as performers made their way through a crowded street. The celebration of the Lunar New Year has arrived, and on this past Sunday, thousands of people gathered to ring in the Lunar New Year. Per the Chinese calendar, 2018 is the year of the Dog, and while […]

Seniors present culmination of work

Lauren Swiderski and Danny Garcia collaborate for recital

An array of instruments sat patiently under dim lighting as guests entered Nickerson Studios. Shuffling in their seats, the audience settled down as seniors Lauren Swiderski and Danny Garcia stepped into the pool of light. All of their training had led them to this moment: senior recital. Garcia was around the age of 12 when […]


Athletic wear as high fashion

Once upon a time, Friday’s were deemed as the “casual” day of the work or school week. Jeans, simple t-shirts, sneakers and the occasional hoodie made an appearance on people’s lazy days leading into the weekend. In high school, these days revolved around students, especially girls, coming in wearing Victoria’s Secret Pink yoga pants, a […]

Representation of Sexuality: Canon vs. Hollywood

Looking at Dumbledore in the “Fantastic Beasts” movies

This article may contain spoilers for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Society is always evolving and growing more diverse. This fact can be seen through music, media, and literature. For example, multiple TV shows and movies have aired in recent years dealing with autism (The Good Doctor, Atypical), cerebral palsy (Speechless), and mental health […]


Gymnastics takes a tumble

Taking on a three game road trip

The gymnastics team took to the road in hopes of exceeding the results of their last road trip, which riddled with falls. On Friday, Feb. 2, Seattle Pacific University traveled to Davis California to compete against Stanford University, San Jose State and University of California Davis. The tempo was set by a Falcons star sophomore […]

Falcons fall short

Seven game win streak was snapped after two losses

This week, the Falcons winning satreak was broken, losing both of their games against Central Washington (13-8, 9-4) and Northwest Nazarene (16-3, 12-2) respectively. On Thursday, Feb. 1, the women’s team played the Central Washington Wildcats at Nicholas Pavilion in Ellensburg. During the first quarter, the teams were neck and neck, scoring 15 points each. […]