Gymnasts strike a winning pose

The Falcons defeated the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) 191.850 to 188.300 in their first gymnastics meet of the season Friday night at Royal Brougham Pavilion, making it the highest opening meet in their history. Last year’s all-around national champion Debra Huss took first place in Friday night’s all-around competition with a score of 38.450, […]

Women remain perfect in 2006

A weekend away produced two wins for the women’s basketball team from Seattle Pacific University, improving the Falcons’ record to 12-4 overall, 6-1 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). Last Thursday, the Falcons traveled to Arcata, Calif., where they defeated the Lumberjacks of Humboldt State University (HSU) 76-56, in a game in which senior […]

Falcons fall to Vikings

It had to happen at some point, and for the Falcons, that point was this weekend. The Seattle Pacific men’s basketball team, ranked No. 2 regionally, fell to rival Western Washington University (WWU), ranked No.1 regionally, Saturday night at Sam Carver Gym in Bellingham as an over-capacity crowd witnessed the national marquee match-up. SPU (6-1, […]

Grace-filled or graceless?

Being a Christian institution, one might presume that Seattle Pacific would present an air of acceptance, tolerance, and even recognition to peoples of all different viewpoints, and that to an extent, the morals, values, and lifestyle expectations established at the university reflect just that. Yet, the students boast a different agenda. Social status still plays […]

Staff editorials

It is a privilege and a blessing to be a part of a community of believers. We are provided our whole lives with a Christian community via the church, but right now while we are at SPU, we are able to live daily within the community. This is not something to be taken for granted, […]

Check it out

"Winter Festival" The Seattle Chamber Music Society presents its eighth annual "Winter Festival" at Benaroya Hall starting Monday. The festival will run through Sunday, Feb. 5, with the three main concerts happening on Feb. 1, 3, and 5. Pre-concert recitals will precede each of the main concerts and are free and open to the public. […]