Staff Editorials

Slogans and baseless accusations have come to dominate the current social climate in regards to the possibility of war with Iraq. Signs declare "no" or "yes" war. Bumper stickers accuse supporters of war of being nothing more than money-grubbing oil tycoons. Conversely, posters suggest that those opposing the war are anti-American. The current climate needs […]

WWU win secures Falcons’ standing

After facing Western Washington and Seattle University in conference games last week, Seattle Pacific remains unbeaten. The Falcons held off the WWU Vikings 78-62 at Bellingham last Thursday night. The win secured SPU’s first-place standing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and marred Western Washington’s perfect conference record. "Western has always been our biggest challenge, […]

Sport Report

Transfer students, myself included, usually have a hard time figuring out where their alliances truly lie. Should they disown their old school? Should they be thankful for the time spent at their old school? Should they attend Transfer Bible Study Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. in the Fireside Room (brownie points with the transfer house […]

Falcons meet opportunity in Idaho

A nationally ranked finish and a meeting with an Olympian were among the highlights of the Western Indoor Classic in Nampa, Idaho last Saturday. Senior Sarah Kraybill finished third in the 800-meter with a time of 2 minutes, 14.58 seconds. She was 1.06 seconds behind the first-place finisher, Erin Belger of Stanford. Kraybill has already […]

Beam falls due to broken bolt

"Whose house is this?" "Our house!" "What are we going to do?" "Rock the house!" The Seattle Pacific University gymnasts rocked the house right down to ground level on the uneven parallel bars during their season’s opening meet against San Jose State on Saturday. Junior Jennifer Christman shocked the audience and left it gasping for […]

Falcons fall to Humboldt State

Yusef Aziz did all he could. Unfortunately, so did Humboldt State. The Falcons split a pair of road games last week, the more important of the two an 80-70 loss at the hands of the Lumberjacks in Arcata, Calif. Saturday night. "We had chances up to the last 30 seconds," said Falcon coach Jeff Hironaka, […]