Blotter

Malicious Mischief/Vandalism Around midnight on Monday a Security Officer found that someone had vandalized an elevator in Ashton Hall. Photos were taken and a maintenance report was processed. Malicious Mischief/Vandalism A Security Officer found a blanket attached to the outside upper portion of Weter Hall Sunday afternoon. Car Prowl During the NCAA Tournament women’s soccer […]

Senate debates faith statement’s role

On Monday, the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific Senate discussed whether students holding media leadership positions should have to make a statement of Christian faith to be hired. In addition, the Senate discussed funding options for club sports teams. Because Senate does not make decisions regarding the Board of Student Media, the discussion was held […]

Wolfe combines writing, faith

Gregory Wolfe is essentially synonymous with his work. At Seattle Pacific, Wolfe works as director of the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing. Yet, the core of his career is his role as publisher and editor of “Image,” the literary and arts journal he founded 21 years ago. 
Wolfe said the journal combined […]

Women clinch GNAC title

The results are in. The Falcons have clinched their first Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship since 2006. With the conference title, the Falcons (16-2 in GNAC, 24-2 overall) have earned an automatic berth in the NCAA Division II Western Regional Championships in San Bernardino, Calif. The Falcons earned the right to take on California State […]

Men ready for regular season

A confident Falcons team will head into the regular season this week after winning all three of their preseason games. The No. 10-ranked Falcons prepared for their 2010-11 season with two wins over Division I schools, defeating Eastern Washington University 87-82 on Nov. 2 and University of Nevada 84-81 on Nov. 6. The final preseason […]

Falcons advance to Sweet 16

Beating any team twice in a season is tough. Beating the same team again, in the postseason, becomes near impossible, unless you are the Seattle Pacific women’s soccer team. On Saturday, the top-seeded Falcons (16-1-2 overall, 12-1-1 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference) beat conference rival Montana State University Billings (13-5-1 overall, 9-5 in GNAC) 2-0 […]