Let’s fix a fermented rule

In the next few days we’ll have a window of opportunity to finally resolve one of our school’s most persistent and irritating issues: the question of student alcohol consumption. Soon our senators will have in their hands a proposal recommending that the Lifestyle Policy be altered to allow for responsible off-campus drinking by students of […]

Staff Editorials

Initial reaction to next year’s tuition increase prompted some students to take action and organize a rally via e-mail. Plans were short-lived, however, as the call for a rally turned into a call for a possible forum. The fact that students reacted and took action about a matter they felt a vested interest in — […]

The Runaround

I’ve never been much for gossip — except for this one time. I was rather smitten with a certain girl in my youth group, and me and my 15-year-old self were pretty curious about how she felt about me. So in classic junior high fashion, I sent my best friend out on a mission to […]

WOU, HSU fall to Falcons

Former New Mexico State University basketball coach Weldon Drew once said of his team, "We have a great bunch of outside shooters. Unfortunately, all our games are played indoors." The Seattle Pacific University women’s basketball team would have made Drew a happy man. The Falcon’s hit their three-point shots with remarkable accuracy and consistency. Averaging […]

Women race to championship

Sprints, relays or middle distances — it didn’t matter to the Seattle Pacific women’s track team as it cruised to the win in the inaugural Great Northwest Athletic Conference indoor track and field championships Saturday in Nampa, Idaho. Freshman Kinyatta Leonhardt spearheaded the Falcons’ dominating day with victories in the 60-meters and the 200-meters. Leonhardt […]

The Runaround

In my theology class, I’m learning about the problem of evil. Well, I should say that I’m supposed to be learning about the problem of evil, but I spend most of the class time sitting in the back row drawing football plays in my notebook. I know. I’m sick. I feel like the reason that […]