Letter to the Editor

I was greatly saddened by the January 14th article concerning Gene Robinson’s visit to Seattle. Robinson, the first openly gay bishop ordained in the Episcopalian church, came to preach and lecture on his experience as a gay clergyman, the church’s response, and the role of integrity within the Christian body. Rob Wall, one of our […]

Staff editorial

One of the most popular questions asked on the SPU campus is, "Can a university change the world?" Many of those with vested interests in the university will tell you yes. The next commonly asked question is, "What are we doing to be a people of engagement and transformation?" In 2005, the university launched the […]

Falcons rise to the occasion

Career nights, rallies and season sweeps were all a part of the Falcons’ long weekend, as they improved to a second place tie in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. Junior center Rafael Moreira amassed 22 of his career-high 28 points in the second half, and sophomore guard Chris Banchero tied his career-best with 26 points […]

Track-ing radar set on GNAC

The Husky Classic Track and Field Invitational, held this past Saturday and Sunday at the University of Washington, attracted an array of America’s top performers. Some traveled from as far as Georgia, Oklahoma and Canada to take part in one of the year’s most competitive meets. Some 60 teams and clubs crammed into the Dempsey […]

Gymnasts eye national competition

Despite falls on the balance beam, the Falcon gymnasts finished the rest of their events with consistent scores as sophomore Laura Willis achieved her highest all-around score of the season and placed third with 38.175. In a tri-meet against Northern Illinois University and host University of Illinois, Chicago, Friday night, the Falcons took third place […]

SPU gets physical in big win

Love may have been in the air last weekend, but there were no gushy feelings Thursday night when the Falcons (16-4, 9-2 Great Northwest Athletic Conference) made a statement of why they are the No. 17 team in the nation, handily defeating the Western Oregon University Wolves (8-13, 3-7 GNAC) 65-48. With 1:49 left in […]