Why good people suffer

Uncle Boone Baby, as my sisters and I fondly call him, is a tall, quarterbackish man with a global smile. Loved by everyone he meets, Uncle Boone has been a Volkswagen salesman, a paratrooper, a gambling-town policeman, an evangelical missionary, and an Anglican priest, just to name a few. He possesses the wisdom of one […]

Staff Editorials

The Falcon appreciates the fact that SPU will be observing Veterans Day this year and applauds senate for its efforts to make such an observance happen. We are concerned, however, about how the observance is being conducted. A chapel will be held in honor of veterans, but will not take place on SPU’s observance of […]

Cross country stays strong

The women’s cross country team has a little secret. Although they’re ranked a respectable sixth in the nation as they prepare for the regional meet Nov. 7 in Bellingham, they have a few tricks up their jerseys that the competition doesn’t know about. The women have not been able to showcase their true potential for […]