Student Spotlight

What’s your name? Sarah Kwon What year are you in school? Freshman Where are you from? Seattle, WA Do you live on campus? If so, where? Yes, in Moyer Hall Have you been to any other countries? Korea, China, Mexico What’s your favorite Gwinn food? Salad What’s your favorite band? Muse What’s your major? Undecided […]

How-to: keeping resolutions

Let’s face it – New Year’s resolutions can be tough to keep. Whether you start off strongly and quickly lose steam or you don’t really start at all, a variety of things can get in the way of achieving your goals. <<photo371|right>> Most everyone can probably find something they want to do or change in […]

Students rally behind Obama

Record numbers are expected to swarm into Washington, D.C. over the coming weekend and several SPU students will be among them. "It became clear as Barack Obama was announced president that we had to go to D.C. for the inauguration," senior Nate Berends said. In less than a week, President-elect Barack Obama will be inaugurated […]

Letter to the Editor

On at least four counts, I’d like to take exception to the details of the little 6-line "Police Blotter" item that showed up in the December 3rd issue of The Falcon concerning the "Malicious Mischief/Vandalism" that was discovered in OMH 118. First of all, since the "graffiti" in question was created during the afternoon of […]

Staff Editorial

Over the years, SPU has been blessed with many a talented athlete, achieving regional and national recognitions, and even going as far as the U.S. Olympic Trials. This year, however, is a year of incredible feats. We at The Falcon Newspaper would like to congratulate this year’s women’s soccer team for their National Collegiate Athletic […]