Senate Highlights

Commuter senator and faculty senator leave: faculty senator Dr. Douglas Thorpe and Commuter Senator Jade Ingmire are traveling to Britain for a study abroad program and will no longer serve as senators. Their positions do not yet have replacements. Falcon photo equipment proposal passed: A proposal to allocate $603 from the contingency fund for camera […]

Campus Security Blotter

Theft A student reported, on Monday that a decal was stolen from her car. Indecent Liberties Campus Security and the Seattle Police Department responded to a report of sexual assault of a student on Monday. This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please […]

SPU grabs postseason awards

Chivers named to GNAC first team Junior Jason Chivers, who led the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) in rebounds, was named to the GNAC first team. Chivers became the first SPU player to average a double-double since 1974, pouring in a team-high 16.3 points per game and grabbing 11.3 rebounds per game. Falcons men receive […]

The Runaround

Here’s a typical day in the life of Kevan Lee. Wake up. Go to class. Wish I had never done part one. Eat. Go to class. Go to meetings. Repeat part three. Eat. Think about doing homework. Decide better. Do my devotions. Ask God why I ever did part one. Go to bed. Here’s a […]

Big schools don’t trouble SPU

Over the last four days, Seattle Pacific has done a pretty good job blurring the line between NCAA Division I and NCAA Division II competition. The Falcons scored a season-high 192.9 at the Salsbasgeon Invitational Friday night at Oregon State against nationally ranked opponents. On Monday night, SPU tumbled past 12th-ranked Washington 192.875 to 191.475 […]

Season over for men

One by one, the fans in Royal Brougham Pavilion stood and began to clap, stomp and cheer as the men’s basketball team played their final minutes of the 2003-2004 season on Saturday. Against Alaska Anchorage, a spirit of intensity filled the room as sophomore Chad Williams landed a three-point shot to give the Falcons the […]

Spotlight yet to find Beaumont

You can expect quite a crowd at Royal Brougham Pavilion this weekend as Seattle Pacific University hosts the NCAA Division II Women’s West Regional basketball tournament. The Falcons earned the right to host the tournament as a result of their undefeated season and No.1 ranking. Despite the attention focused on the tournament, one player is […]

SPU to host West Regional

Falcons to host Regionals For the second year in a row, the undefeated and No. 1 ranked Falcons will host the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball West Regional beginning Friday in Royal Brougham Pavilion. Seattle Pacific faces UC San Diego in the first round on Friday night. The Falcons defeated UC San Diego 89-57 at […]