Falcon indoor track season underway

Although the athletes of the Seattle Pacific track and field teams weren’t expected to peak this past weekend, several athletes posted provisional qualifying times at the Dempsey Indoor Track at University of Washington. Nerves were overcome, personal bests were eclipsed and a handful of Falcon athletes performed well enough to reach the conference provisional mark […]

Gymnasts win three of four events

In Seattle Pacific’s season-opening meet last Friday, three gymnasts made their first meet appearance for the Falcons: one returning sophomore, one junior transfer and one freshman. One of them, freshman Sydney Clark, competed in all four events and won the all-around competition with a score of 36.525. “It was really fun,” the Eugene, Ore. native […]

LDS church a concern, not Romney

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the perpetual front-runner in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, has many attributes of an ideal candidate: years of experience both at the helm of private enterprise and in public service, a real good-looking family, and a very, very presidential face. But “The Mitt” has failed to galvanize the […]

Editorial comment

Last week, The Falcon reported that Sodexo, the French food conglomerate that runs all food services on campus, had been accused by employees of violating national and international human rights. The most shocking thing about the story, however, was just how unaware Seattle Pacific students are of the controversy, especially after University of Washington terminated […]


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