Veterans’ Day reflection

I think about my dad on Veterans’ Day, so I had him on my mind while I listened to ASSP debate a resolution calling upon Seattle Pacific University to remember Veterans’ Day with a chapel ceremony. We talked about veterans and honoring their sacrifice to give us our freedom. We discussed whether the ceremony should […]

Staff Editorials

It is easy to get wrapped up in the fun and excitement of loud, upbeat music at GROUP. However, while the level of fun may be increasing, the act of holy worship may be drowned out by noisy spectacle. The purpose of gathering for worship is not for our own visual stimulation or auditory pleasure. […]

The Way I See It

It’s that time of year again. It’s getting colder outside, the leaves are changing colors, and the Falcons are in contention for postseason berths. Junior cross country runner Rachel Ross won her second conference title, and the women’s cross country team finished second in the conference, snapping their string of championships at four. The team […]

Anticipation high for new team

Anticipation looms around the Seattle Pacific University athletic department. The dawning of a new era is alive in the soccer world. The women’s soccer program has been in active motion for the past year, and there have been major strides within the last week. It was announced last week that Bobby Bruch, currently an assistant […]

Team beats cross-town rival

Seattle Pacific University’s soccer team continued its nine-game unbeaten streak with a win against Seattle University. The game was much closer than the final score of 4-1 would seem to indicate. Thursday’s game was the Falcon’s first test in three weeks. The Falcons avenged an early-season 3-2 loss to the Redhawks. "It felt good finally […]