News Briefs

Taste of the City applications due today Today is the last day to apply for Taste of the City. This event will be taking place on May 24 and 25. Applications are to be turned into room 223 in the SUB before 5 p.m. For more information, contact Shannon Smythe at smythes@spu.edu Free jazz concert […]

Briefs from around the world

INTERNATIONAL Hamas threatens increase in bombings against Israel ISRAEL – Hamas, an organization that has long recruited suicide bombers and carried out scores of attacks in Israel, has threatened to unleash hundreds of "martyrs" on the Jewish state in retaliation for the West Bank campaign. "We have found the bombings are a simple means, one […]

Correction

In the April 10 edition of The Falcon, a caption misidentified the subject of the crew photo. Sophomore Andi Martineau was the person pictured. 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 Metadata about the article can be found below Title: Correction […]

Sports at a glance

Hironaka likely choice for coaching vacancy A head coach had not yet been selected to fill the men’s basketball position at SPU as of yesterday afternoon, according to athletic director Tom Box. Ken Bone, who left last week to join Lorenzo Romar’s staff at the University of Washington, will be replaced as soon as possible, […]

Women undefeated at weekend regatta

The SPU women’s crew teams won each of the six events they entered in Saturday’s Blue Heron Redwood Sprints at Humboldt State in California. With Saturday’s victories, the women’s lightweight and novice fours remained undefeated this season. In addition, the women also finished first in the varsity two, the varsity four, singles and junior varsity […]