Variety of flavors

As an eclectic variety of songs played in the background, students walked past the $5 donation basket into a room decorated with flags, lanterns and white butcher paper-covered tables. On the evening of Nov. 19, members of Mosaic, an SPU student club and cadre centered on discussing cultural and ethnic issues, transformed Weter Lounge into […]

"Bobby" a gripping piece

To describe Emilio Estevez’s latest film "Bobby" as ambitious is not a strong enough word. Written, directed and acted in by Estevez, the film takes a different approach than some films by not casting a modern-day actor to fill the shoes of Robert Kennedy, instead combining historical footage of the senator with fictional stories of […]

A chocolate delight

"The Loveless." No longer a name to describe two out of three SPU girls; rather, it’s a bite-size chocolate dessert found in the recently opened Coco La Ti Da. Tucked away off East Roy in Capitol Hill, Coco La Ti Da Dessert Restaurant and Lounge serves a variety of unique appetizers and desserts (and excluded […]

Check it out

Clainet Chior and Flute Ensemble <i>Tomorrow</i> The SPU Clarinet Choir and Flute Ensemble perform tomorrow evening at First Free Methodist Church, directed by Mary Cantor and Anna Woodward respectively. Tomorrow. Free. 7:30-9:30 p.m. First Free Methodist Church, 3200 Third Ave. W.; 206-281-2411. Tradition <i>Friday</i> Christmas music echoes through the dorms, holiday sweaters are about to […]

Senior injured

The SPU men’s basketball team will have to rebound from an early season injury that will test the depth of head coach Jeff Hironaka’s nationally-ranked Falcons. The rowdy crowd at the home opener on Nov. 17 fell quiet as senior starting point guard Jared Moultrie remained on his back on the floor for over three […]

Young Falcons finish in sixth

Ending the season on a high note, the SPU women’s cross country team took sixth place at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II championships with freshman Jessica Pixler earning All-American honors and the highest placement ever for an SPU freshman coming in at 10th place overall. With their best finish in 20 years, […]

Flipping sweet

Come April, the SPU gymnastics team will compete in the 2007 USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships in front of a pink tie-dyed home crowd at Royal Brougham Pavilion. According to head coach Laurel Tindall, the team will need focus and endurance, particularly in overcoming injuries, to reach their goal of winning a national championship before the […]

Off to a good start

The SPU women’s basketball team bumped and bruised their way to a 72-67 victory last Wednesday night. The visiting San Francisco State (SFS) Gators (0-2) fell to the Falcons (3-0) at Royal Brougham Pavilion in a physical game, with 38 fouls and many more non-calls on both sides. The officials were reluctant to blow the […]