Campus Security Blotter

Trespassers On Oct. 26 at 2:20 a.m., two people with no affiliation to SPU were escorted off campus because they were drinking alcohol on campus. Seattle Police Department was notified and issued the people a "no-trespass admonishment." Exposed man On Oct. 25 at 8:25 p.m. at the South entrance of Robbins Apartments, an unidentified man […]

News Briefs

Canned food trick or treat All SPU students are welcome to join the Falconettes and Centurions in collecting canned foods tonight. Students should meet in Weter Hall at 6p.m. and are welcome to wear costumes. This event will count as CFE community service credit. All food collected will go to Seattle-area food banks that are […]

Student wins award

Senior Marisa Neste recently applied for a scholarship from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Accountemps, a temporary staffing service for accounting. Neste was selected from about 100 applicants as one of two first-place winners, and she received a scholarship of $2,500. Neste, 22, is majoring in accounting and music. Neste said […]

Female resident followed

SPU sophomore Francesca Fayram was walking from Ashton Hall to Robbins Apartments on Fifth Avenue West on Sunday at approximately 7:20 p.m. when she heard footsteps behind her. She looked back and saw a man around 30-40 years old and about six feet tall with a stocky build and light hair, walking 100-150 feet behind […]

Student receives threat

An SPU student, who is Muslim and of Middle Eastern descent, is planning on leaving school and the United States due to a threatening letter left on his car last week, the student told The Falcon last night. "Right now I’m just trying to let things cool off because I don’t want to put my […]

Optimism high for regionals

On Saturday, the SPU men’s and women’s cross country teams will head to Lake Padden in Bellingham for the NCAA Division II West Regionals. The top four teams at the meet will go on to the NCAA Championships in Slippery Rock, Pa. The women’s team has been plagued by injuries, and some of those problems, […]