Implying violence

A YouTube search for “Implied Violence” displays scenes splattered with movie blood, people forcing one another into unconsciousness using ether, a large performer slowly rolling on top of a small one and even a male performer going up a female performer’s skirt, all in live performance. Frye Art Museum is hosting a twofold presentation of […]

Task force make-up to change

The Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate completed its budget approval process on Monday. ASSP Executive Vice President junior Matt Van Deren then proposed an amendment that would change the way the Elections Task Force is run.

 ETF is in charge of conducting and regulating campaigns for ASSP officers, as well as the election of […]

Corrections

In the Oct. 6 issue of The Falcon, Angelica Alcantara’s last name was misspelled. In the Oct. 13 issue of The Falcon, the illustration on page 11 should have been attributed to junior Heather Frank. In the Oct. 13 issue of The Falcon, the correct headline for Melissa Steffan’s column should have read, “Suicide deserves […]

Blotter

Fraud On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Safety and Security began investigating a check cashed after Monday, Sept. 27 by someone other than the student to whom it was issued. Hit and Run On the morning of Thursday, Oct. 15, someone reported damage to their car, which was parked in the Dravus parking lot. Safety and Security […]

Politicians come to SPU

Seated in old-fashioned leather sofas and armchairs around the Collegium fireplace, a handful of Seattle Pacific students had the opportunity Friday evening to talk candidly with State Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles (D-Seattle) and State Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson (D-Seattle). Both are from the 36th District, which includes Seattle Pacific University in its jurisdiction. Sophomore psychology major […]