Year in Review 1999-2000

<img src="/images/photos99/2000-05-31/500.jpg" border="1" width="250" alt="" /> The men’s soccer team’s win over Simon Fraser gave coach Cliff McCrath his 500th career victory. The men’s 15-4-2 record earned them a spot in the playoffs. <img src="/images/photos99/2000-05-31/gym-suspense.jpg" border="1" width="250" alt="" /> The gymnastics team looks on as a member of thier team performs at nationals. The Falcons […]

The Way I See It

The end of the year is approaching, but you can still hear the fans cheering. The athletic success that we experienced this year at SPU was unbelievable. Although our mascot is the falcon, our athletic programs took on the qualities of an avalanche. They left a trail of destroyed opponents and picked up titles and […]

Track season ends in N.C.

Junior Karen Summers and freshman Jennifer Pyeatt returned home from the NCAA Division II Championships on Saturday as new All-Americans in the 400-meter hurdles. Sophomore Laura Widman also added another All-American title to her long list of accomplishments. Summers, who entered the meet ranked ninth, finished in seventh place. Her time of 1:02.33 was slightly […]

Balancing grace with wisdom

Beginning tomorrow, Student Financial Services will cancel all amounts owed to them by students. All failing grades this quarter will be raised to 2.0. Gwinn Commons card-swipers will allow persons without meal plans to enter and eat. Security officers will leave friendly greeting cards instead of parking tickets. Anyone found to be intoxicated will be […]

Our crowded campus

Last weekend, the SUB was closed, and so I wrote my Falcon article while perched on the railing of Tiffany Hall. It was the perfect vantage point for watching a long trail of students walk up, try the SUB doors and walk away. Without the SUB, students, especially commuters, have two choices for spots to […]

Staff Editorials

In light of the recent editorial on Image magazine, The Falcon would like to address its role in the SPU community and the importance of the mutual respect between administration and The Falcon. It is important to remember that the students are the core and the purpose of a university. Ideally, the administration makes decisions […]