Resolutions worth keeping

It is quite common to awake after a night’s slumber, alarm clock blaring and limbs heavy, to find it is just another day. As I fall out of bed I don’t resolve to lose weight, watch less television or try new things. Rather I engage in menial tasks, far from concerned with personal tranquility or […]

Staff Editorials

When absentee ballots arrive weeks after the election or letters are received from dead relatives, they are more than just late in perception. These are some of the more shocking examples of the consistent disservice IKON mailing services provides this university. There must be a threshold of acceptable delay, surely, but unfortunately IKON charged past […]

A&E Calendar

Today Seattle Poetry Slam Poetry, live performances, competition and an open mic will be awaiting Seattle residents at the Sit & Spin tonight and every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Sit & Spin 2219 Fourth Ave. $4 at the door 21 and over Thursday Art of Jazz Interested in the local jazz scene in Seattle? Head […]

Vinyl albums still turn heads

It’s big, black, round and it can be played with. No, it’s not a black Frisbee; it’s a record. Invented by Thomas Edison, records and record players thrived in popularity from their inception in 1877 until the mid-1980s when compact disc (CD) players became more affordable to the general public. These days, compact discs account […]

Let’s All Go to the Movies

After a long dry spell of mediocre cinema fare, this Christmas brought with it some worthy films. Please accept the critic’s advance apology, as these were the only movies he was able to attend over the break. "Ocean’s 11" After a year of serious Oscar competition, last year’s best director winner Stephen Soderbergh has made […]

Women ranked eighth in Division II

The Falcon women, ranked eighth nationally, will seek to gain sole possession of the lead in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) with wins in Alaska this week. The team (3-1, 10-2) faces a struggling Alaska Anchorage team tomorrow before facing co-leader Alaska Fairbanks on Saturday. The Falcons are currently ranked sixth in the region, […]

Men battle for conference lead

The men’s basketball team, which at 12-1 has equaled the best start in school history, will face a tough match-up against Western Washington at Brougham Pavilion on Saturday night. At 4-0 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) games and 12-1 overall, the Falcons, ranked 10th in the nation, share the conference lead with Western Washington […]