Ugandan students receive aid

A few years ago, freshman Robin McGuire’s interest was sparked when her friends decided to sleep outside in cardboard houses to show their support for Ugandan refugees. This was her first introduction to Invisible Children, an organization dedicated to ending the war in Uganda. “To be honest, I don’t know much about the organization,” McGuire […]

Portrait of a hero

An American hero is among us. He has been knighted by the Queen of Jordan. He has a treadmill on the International Space Station named after him. His portrait has hung in the Smithsonian Institution. His body of work has over 1.4 million “likes” on Facebook. His wisdom is unparalleled. As he once said, “If […]

Women extend first place GNAC lead

Two nail-biting victories by the women’s soccer team last week have put them on the brink of being the Great Northwest Athletic Conference champions this season. A late goal from junior midfielder Kelsey Jenkins against Simon Fraser (7-4-2 overall, 6-3-2 in GNAC) lifted the Falcons (12-1-2 overall, 9-1-1 in GNAC) to a 2-1 victory. Two […]

Preparing for regionals

Things are looking up for the Seattle Pacific cross-country team after Saturday’s pre-regional meet in Bellingham at East Lake Padden Park. The SPU men finished 8th and the women placed 5th overall at the Western Washington University invitational on Oct. 23. Junior Natty Plunkett was the first SPU woman across the finish line and placed […]

Defense suffocates opponents

The key to the Falcons’ volleyball team’s success lies in their consistency and defense. Leading the way in the defensive showcase this week was junior libero Anna Herold. In Thursday’s matchup against Saint Martin’s, she posted 12 digs on the way to a 25-9, 25-18, 25-20 sweep of the Saints. The Saints (1-16 overall and […]