Malicious mischief/vandalism A student reported to the Office of Safety and Security on Nov. 13 that someone had painted graffiti on the northwest side of Martin Square and at the entrance archway by Tiffany Loop. A security officer took photos of the damage and completed a report.
There have been many great performances by Seattle Pacific sports teams so far this fall, including both men and women’s soccer teams reaching the NCAA Tournament and the women’s cross country team qualifying for nationals. And you can’t count the volleyball team out yet. “I think we have more good wins than we do bad […]
About 90 people attended a forum on Saturday about sex trafficking, where several local leaders spoke on the issue. The event took place at First Free Methodist church and featured keynote speakers Sheila Houston of Rare Coins Ministries and Dr. Nancy Murphy of Northwest Family Life Learning and Counseling Center. Rick Reynolds from Operation Nightwatch and […]
Oftentimes, a dominating performance by a star player paves the way for a team to a decisive victory. On some rare occasions, though, a team can fall short even despite a milestone night from its leader. Seattle Pacific’s men’s basketball team experienced both sides of the coin over the weekend. The Falcons opened up their […]
SPU’s fall theater production, Death by Design, is a light-hearted murder mystery filled with snarky one-liners and slapstick comedy. Although the play doesn’t require much of the audience, it is still a heartwarming two hours and thoroughly enjoyable. The play takes place in the 1930s in the country home of Edward and Sorel Bennett, […]
“To accuse [‘Blurred Lines’] of condoning rape goes too far,” writes Falcon opinion columnist Celina Kituku. “Looking at the whole song, the meaning can change based on one’s outlook.” In last week’s edition of The Falcon, Kituku defended Robin Thicke’s song “Blurred Lines” against criticism that it condones sexual assault, arguing that the song has […]
One door opens and another closes for Seattle Pacific’s cross country team as the women’s team qualified for nationals by placing No. 4 with 137 points. The men’s team placed No. 16 with 408 points in the NCAA Division II West Regionals, drawing their season to a close. “We freaked out. We were screaming and […]