Travel Lite

It is a common sight to see college students spooning rainbow-colored cereal in the morning into their mouths, washing down pepperoni pizza with Coke at lunch, then topping the day off with a juicy hamburger and fries in the evening. Sound familiar? Fast food establishments beckon Americans on every city block from sea to shining […]

Live Long

11:30 P.M. Here at SPU, a typical college student lingers amidst an unmade bed and half-empty Coke cans. She peers anxiously through the muddled window, and suddenly, there he is. Scrambling through the clutter for her keys, she bolts downstairs to greet this much awaited guest. As she returns to the room, an obnoxious prick […]

Runner represents U.S. in Asia

This summer, freshman Sally Nyaggah traveled to China to represent the United States in track and field competition. She competed against international athletes and gained an understanding of the way of life on the other side of the world. Nyaggah began her high school athletic career at El Dorado High School in Placentia, Calif. After […]

Falcon winning streak continues

The men’s soccer team finished their six-game homestand on Saturday undefeated, and remain unbeaten at home with one more game scheduled for Interbay. The Falcons opened the week by defeating Colorado Christian College on Friday by a score of 4-1. In the opening seconds of the game, SPU freshman forward Grant Falco and Colorado’s senior […]

A Father’s Friendship

When soccer coach Cliff McCrath woke up on Saturday morning, the usually happy man felt little excitement about the game he was going to lead his team in playing later that night. The legendary coach was apprehensive about having to face his 30-year-old son Steve, the head coach of Barry University who was ranked No. […]

On the road to recovery

There is nothing Erin Failor yearns for more than to be physically present on the volleyball court. "It’s difficult, but I’m excited to watch the other girls play," Failor says. Injury, the inescapable and unavoidable enemy, is an issue that all athletes must face at one time or another. Erin Failor, a member of our […]

Classic is novel theatre

The transition from page to stage is often an awkward one. Playwrights are faced with the struggle between creating an appropriately theatrical play while staying true to the literary work and its intention. Classic literature fiends will find their imaginations appeased with Book-It Repertory Theatre’s new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte’s "Jane Eyre." After a small-scale […]