Letter to the Editor

I suppose this serves as a reflection on the events of the past week concerning the Day of Silence. And really, I don’t know where to begin. Part of me wants to respond with anger by ripping in to the administration for its fantastically poor handling of the entire situation. And then part of me […]

Tooned In

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Social networking subtracts

Last Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., Mariah Carey tweeted that she put on a pink sweat suit. John Mayer debated the usage of the word "epic." Tila Tequila rejoiced at the fact that she was still the No. 1 most viewed musician on Youtube.com and declared, "I’m gonna make another music video for ya’ll 2 peep!" […]

Epidemics, cures multiply quickly

By Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan The Washington Post LONDON – Teenagers in New Zealand, honeymooners in Scotland, high-schoolers in New York and tourists in Israel all are sick from the same bug caught just days ago on trips to Mexico. Their illnesses are the latest example of how diseases, from influenza to tuberculosis to […]

Proposal for new ministry tabled

After nearly an hour of questions and debate, the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific’s senate tabled for further consideration a proposal to amend the constitution to include the Relinquish coordinator under the vice president of ministries. The Relinquish Prayer Ministry has operated on campus for nearly two years, seeking to serve existing prayer groups on […]

Bazan estimates exceeded

A packed Upper Gwinn Commons and an excited audience illustrated an emphatic student verdict Friday night: David Bazan was the right choice for a successful concert at SPU. On Friday, KSPU and the Student Union Board partnered to host Noah Gunderson and David Bazan, drawing an audience of 350 people to an intimate, comfortable setting. […]

Track athletes get GNAC Championship shot

The Falcon’s track and field team racked up solid top finishes in Friday’s Western Washington University Twilite meet held at Civic Stadium. It’s a good thing, too, as this was their last shot at making the invite list to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships. Starting things off for the men’s team, the 4-by-100-meter relay […]

Hironaka named new WSU coach

After spending 18 seasons at SPU, head coach Jeff Hironaka was named Washington State University’s new men’s assistant basketball coach last Wednesday. He will serve under WSU head coach and former SPU coach Ken Bone. "I’m very sad," Hironaka said. "You spend 18 years of your life, particularly at SPU, and the tradition of basketball […]