Volleyball splits two games

On Aug. 30, the Seattle Pacific volleyball team opened its season with a 3-0 loss to Sonoma State. The Falcons struggled to perform as a team with entirely new group dynamics. The following week, they lost once again to Sonoma State 3-0 . After this, they were determined to never fall to another team twice. […]

Oh, Canada! Alberta native plays for SPU

Despite living in another country and recovering from a broken ankle, sophomore forward Heather Young has persevered. The Lacombe, Alberta native has found herself the game-winning goal scorer after Saturday night’s battle against Western Washington. “It was great to score against them,” Young said, “as we needed that win to secure ourselves for the upcoming […]

‘God was holding us’

Jane Larson nestled herself on the cliff’s edge and looked out to the horizon. The snow-capped North Cascades created a beautiful, jagged landscape. This moment of serenity was quickly interrupted by an overhead yell—a warning cry. “All of a sudden, I felt this very dark shadow roll over the top of me and a crunching […]

Trick-or-treating in college?

While some Seattle Pacific students are happy to relive their childhood by donning costumes and lining up for free candy, some Queen Anne residents aren’t thrilled. With a slouching economy, some cash-strapped college students see trick-or-treating as a good way to score some free sweets. “You get free candy; it’s a broke college student’s dream,” […]