Transparency vital to senate

Open government is essential to a working democracy, and any attempts to keep the public from deliberations hinder the democratic process. For this reason, The Falcon wants to raise awareness of the recent use of executive session by the ASSP senate in the appointments of new senators. This is important because the use of executive […]

Wristcutters: A conversation

Based on a short story by Etgar Keret, "Wristcutters: A Love Story" revolves around Zia (Patrick Fugit), a man who commits suicide after breaking up with his girlfriend and ends up looking for her in a netherworld where suicide victims go after "offing" themselves. The film has stirred controversy over its advertising campaign’s treatment of […]

Social change through business

Business is not what many people think of when it comes to benefiting the world, Jeff Van Duzer, dean of the School of Business and Economics, said on Oct. 29 at a meeting for this year’s Social Ventures Plan Competition (SVPC). Nevertheless, he said, business is one of the essentials that makes the world go […]

Lomans come to SPU

The SPU theatre department starts their 46th season with a production of Donald Margulies’s musical play, "The Loman Family Picnic." Associate professor of theatre Andrew Ryder directs this play dealing with a middle-class Jewish family in 1965 living far beyond their financial means in a high-rise Coney Island apartment. The father Herbie (senior Steve Bauman) […]