Service Compensation Update

Changes to student compensated positions for the 2002-2003 school year were passed at student government ASSP senate on Monday. Each year, according to ASSP President Emily Cochran, the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) evaluates student compensated positions and makes a recommendation to the senate body on what these positions should be paid the following school year. […]

County Poet Laureate speaks at SPU

Yesterday about 50 faculty and students gathered in the Student Union Building Fireside Room to celebrate the capstone event of Black History Month, hosted by the Student Union Board (STUB), the Office of Student Programs and the Office of Academic Affairs. The event consisted of a presentation by King County’s Poet Laureate Mona Lake Jones. […]


In the Feb. 27, 2002 edition of The Falcon in a story entitled "Women’s studies revitalized next year," Professor of Theology Priscilla Pope-Levison was referred to as Levison in several references. Her last name is Pope-Levison. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, […]

SPU raises eating disorder awareness

Residence Life Coordinator Amy Paulson-Young said her dream was to create a comprehensive organization comprised of representatives from every related department, to address the issue of body image at SPU. The EDTF’s dream became a reality with the formation of the Eating Disorder Task Force (EDTF). This organization was formed to discuss body image issues […]

Demand for campus housing increases

Demand for campus housing is on the rise, according to Elonna Visser, assistant director of University Services–Campus Housing. "Increases in enrollment as well as increases in the percentage of continuing students wanting to live on campus have increased the overall demand for campus housing," Visser said. The latest enrollment goals for the 2002-2003 school year […]

Campus Security Blotter

Trespasser A transient was found trespassing in Weter Lounge on Friday. The transient had been previously warned of criminal trespassing at SPU and was placed under arrest by the Seattle Police Department. Triple towage On Monday three illegally parked vehicles were towed from the SPU parking lot located directly north of Emerson Hall. This article […]

News Briefs

Study break in the snow The Nordic Club is hosting a ski trip on Saturday and Sunday at a private lodge on Stampede Pass. The trip costs $35, and anyone is welcome to attend. Those attending will have access to a sauna and hot tub at the lodge. Also included in the fee is cross-country […]

Forensics team succeeds at championship

After a rough beginning, the Falcon forensic team finished strong with a succession of wins at the National Christian College Forensics Invitational Tournament this weekend. The team finished second in Division II (small teams) Individual Events and took first place in overall rankings in the Division II Championship. Several team members contributed to this overall […]