Blood drive comes back

Every year, the Puget Sound Blood Center arrives on campus with their bright vans and buses. But what goes on inside? This article was imported from The Falcon’s Records If you find an error, mistake, or omission due to the import process, please contact us. Original Metadata about the article can be found below Title: Blood drive comes back […]

Medical school for global ambitions

Senior Troy Underbrink has always been interested in medicine. To help develop this interest, Underbrink has volunteered for seven years as a nursing assistant at the Harborview Medical Center, the primary level one trauma center for the entire Northwest. Since December 2006, Underbrink has logged over 3,000 volunteer hours at Harborview, fostering his love for […]


Car Prowl A student vehicle parked on the street west of Ashton Hall had its driver’s side window broken sometime last Tuesday or Wednesday. Nothing was stolen. A security officer took photos, wrote a report and updated an RLC. Alcohol Violation — Judicial On Jan. 19 at around 11 p.m., Safety and Security received a […]

Students kick off fundraising effort

When SPU holds its Relay for Life event March 8 and 9 on Wallace Field, students participating in the 18-hour fundraising event will be up all night. That is because cancer never sleeps, said Kelly Cochran, Western Washington Community Relationship Manager of the American Cancer Society. Last year, SPU’s Relay for Life event raised $25,000, […]

UNI-COM offers help, student deals

University Communications and Campus Information, more widely known as UNI-COM, serves SPU almost as a concierge would a hotel. However, sophomore Elle Schindler said she talks to many people who have never heard about UNI-COM. Schindler said she wishes UNI-COM would advertise what they offer for students. Located in the Student Union Building, UNI-COM is […]

Senate hopes to spend wisely

Good financial stewardship played an important role in Monday night’s Senate meeting. Discussion centered on how to best allocate funds for the benefit of the entire student body. As a result, Senate tabled a proposal to host a Health Sciences Recruiters Fair, asking for further clarification about the role of ASSP funding in the event. […]

House concert benefits Haiti

After a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti on Jan. 12, junior Andrew Zook felt its effects in Seattle, almost 3,500 miles away. His sister, Katie Zook, worked for the Friends of Haiti Organization in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. When the earthquake struck, she was one of six people trapped when the organization’s five-story building collapsed, Zook said. Zook […]

Summer Paris trip unites culture, film

As Associate Professor of French Michelle Beauclair prepares to take students to Paris this summer, she hopes these students will enjoy eating French food. "We are looking for students who want to expand their cultural and gastrological horizons," Beauclair said. Beauclair will co-lead an SPU study abroad trip to Paris this summer, along with Associate […]