Falcons begin season strong

The Falcon men captured the Mac Martin Invitational championship with the help of the tournament’s most valuable player senior wingman Brandon Larrieu on Nov. 28. Seattle Pacific (4-0 overall) won in a comfortable fashion against tournament host Chico State (1-1 overall) 65-44, backed by senior postman Rafael Moreira’s game high of 23 points. Moreira also […]

Women fall in first round of NCAA

On Nov. 20, Seattle Pacific (17-12 overall) traveled to San Bernardino, Calif. to compete in the NCAA Division II West Regional tournament. The Falcons came in as the No. 8 seed, struggled through a three-game match against the top seed Cal State San Bernardino (30-1 overall) and ended their season in their first playoff match. […]

Women win Sodexo Tip-Off

Three games into this season, the Falcons earned a tournament title and established the tournaments most valuable player. Seattle Pacific (3-0 overall) began their season on Nov. 20 with the Sodexo Tip-Off Classic, rolling over the Colorado Christian Cougars (2-4 overall) with a final score of 90-53. "CCU has two good post players and the […]

Pixler leaves lasting legacy

During her freshman season in cross country, senior runner Jessica Pixler remembered seeing the first place winner cross the finish line. As a freshman, Pixler said that is where she wanted to be. Now, Pixler has accomplished what no other Division II athlete has done: she won three consecutive national championships. "Right now my focus […]

SPU rugby team

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Amend policy on drinking

Beginning last year and following into this year, I heard rumors that SPU planned to make amendments to lifestyle expectations. The changes would make it permissible for students age 21 and up to drink off campus without suffering disciplinary action if caught. This seemed too good to be true, but the fact that I heard […]

Thanksgiving feast overlooks irony

Thanksgiving is a holiday to give thanks to God and celebrate the generosity of the Native Americans toward the pilgrim settlers. But as time went on, the relationship between the native tribes and American culture changed. Disease was the most important factor in harming the Native Americans, said Professor of History William Woodward. Add that […]

Letter to the Editor

Proxy attacks are just as damaging as verbal assaults. That’s why Melissa Steffan’s article on the Darwin Symposium ("Addressing Darwinian ideas") is an affront to the ideal of responsible and ethical journalism. Professors from a wide range of disciplines used the forum to discuss the historical context and current application of Darwin’s ideas. On the […]