SPU curriculum really does value diversity

Dear Editor: <i>Falcon</i>! Wow! “Diversity Observed, Honored on Campus” (Feb. 8). Clever idea: take vintage descriptions of history teaching from the 1950s and pretend they’re descriptions of history teaching today! Really, <i>Falcon</i>. “Chances are” the first picture in a history book will be “a prestigious-looking white man.” Really!?! In the four textbooks on my shelf […]

Art by Ashley Meissner

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They’re not your average local band

Backed by the Seattle Rock Orchestra, Anacortes band The Lonely Forest played at The Neptune in Seattle’s University District on Saturday night, March 3. The former movie theater was packed with sweaty bodies in the pit, moving and dancing with every strum of the band’s electric guitars and crisp smashes of cymbals and snares. “That […]

Finals pressure survival guide

Stress is a part of learning; it helps students grow, motivates them and expands their horizons, Jean Brown, director of Seattle Pacific’s Health Center said in an interview. For many, increasing knowledge is a stressful process, but in a good way, Brown said. The high number of students experiencing stress is due to homework, work, […]