New social network needed

We need a new social network that gives us a better look into each others lives, instead of feeding us junk chosen to please or impress. Facebook and Instagram encourage us to cherry-pick the coolest parts about our lives and broadcast them to our friends. And because of how thoroughly these social media have pervaded […]

Volleyball team making strides

After a brutal loss to Montana State Billings on Sept. 22, Seattle Pacific’s volleyball team knew they would redeem their pride. They just didn’t know how much they would earn back. On Saturday, the Falcons earned their revenge and swept Billings 3-0 on their home court. “We really had everyone on the court playing well […]

Aloha! Both teams qualify for regionals

From beginning the season in Fairbanks, Alaska to training in Seattle, the men’s and women’s cross country teams now find themselves in another distinct climate—Hawaii. The Falcons advanced to the NCAA West Regionals in Honolulu after a strong Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championship showing. “Coach Erika [Daligcon] has us running on indoor treadmills in warm […]

Student, wife, mother, bouncer

They’re the ones we usually encounter first when entering a bar, club or lounge—the bouncer. On a weekend night at Ballard’s Shelter Lounge, there are three. Two of them are the kind you might expect: monolithic guys, armed with Maglites. The third wears a flannel shirt with her hair in braids—twenty-three year-old Hannah. A few […]