Gymnastics springs into action

Last year, Seattle Pacific gymnastics reached the team finals at the USA Gymnastics national meet for the first time since 2007. This year, the Falcons will have to find a way to replace two All-Americans, including two-time balance beam silver medalist Anissa Madrid. However, the team does not expect much of a drop off in […]

Marriage equality near for Washington couples

Gay marriage may soon be coming to Washington via the state Legislature in Olympia. Gov. Christine Gregoire (D) has thrown her support behind a bill that would allow homosexual couples to be granted marriage licenses. Washington currently has domestic partnership policies best described as “everything but marriage.” But withholding that important title from gay and […]

Editorial comment

Tent City 3, a temporary community for homeless individuals, will be arriving at Seattle Pacific on Jan. 21. Reactions around campus to the news has been mixed. Students worry about safety on campus and organizations that will be affected by Tent City’s occupation of Wallace Field. The administration failed to communicate beforehand with students and […]

Best albums of 2011

<b>10. David Bazan – Strange Negotiations</b> “You’re a goddamn fool, and I love you,” David Bazan strains on the album opener “Wolves at the Door.” After wrestling with his faith on his last album, Bazan returns with thoughts of angst, wisdom and love. Between killer guitar-carried tracks like “Wolves at the Door” and “Level With […]