Bellevue Art Museum

After years of planning and building, the new Bellevue Art Museum (BAM) has finally opened its new doors, bringing with it an influx of culture to the Eastside. BAM was built with the idea that art is more than just object; art is in the minds of the artists and the audience. This idea materializes […]


For years, students have passed the Paragon Bar & Grill on Queen Anne Avenue North, wondering if it was the "in" place to be or just a lair of worldly sins festering across the street from Safeway. Some have written off Paragon, somehow thinking patronizing it breaks a mysterious 11th SPU lifestyle policy, "Thou shall […]

Evaluation forms to change

Many students are familiar with the process of filling out numerous course evaluations of their professors each quarter. What students may not be familiar with is what is done with their evaluations after they fill them out. "The evaluations are looked at by the faculty member, and the scores and comments are taken seriously," said […]

Bush offers faith-based proposal

WASHINGTON–The social service programs funded by President Bush’s "faith-based initiative" could include religious content–such as Bible reading–as long as the taxpayer money was only used for lights, chairs or other non-religious expenses, administration officials said yesterday as they released details of the plan they will send to Congress. Bush’s program includes a requirement that a […]

SPU forensics places well

Several Falcon forensic team students performed well at the Betsy Karl Forensics Invitational at Pacific Lutheran University last weekend. This was the team’s second tournament of the year. "I’m very pleased with our performance in the individual events," said William Purcell, director of forensics. Sophomore Vickerie Bailey finished first in novice informative speaking, third in […]

Man dies across from Robbins Apartments

Three emergency-response vehicles were sent last Wednesday at 6:40 p.m to the aid of a man in cardiac arrest at Queen Anne Bowl, located directly across the street from Robbins Hall on Third Avenue West, according to emergency dispatch records. Declared deceased that night, the man suffered from arteriosclerosis cardiovascular disease, what is commonly known […]

Disaster strikes local elementary school

Flames engulf the nearly 100-year-old Coe Elementary School on Queen Anne, and firefighters from the Seattle Fire Department work to gain control of the fire, which started around midnight on Saturday night. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please contact us. Original […]