Falcons drop to fourth

After four consecutive losses, SPU falls to three-way tie in GNAC standings (5-5)

Low-scoring second halfs meant two losses for Seattle Pacific University against University of Alaska Anchorage and University of Alaska Fairbanks. Losing Thursday night to Anchorage, 71-62, followed by Fairbanks on Saturday, 72-59, leaves the Falcons with a record of 5-5 in conference play, 13-5 overall. On Thursday, as the Falcon defense wavered, Alaska Anchorage was […]

SPU reach season-high

Falcon gymnastics gear up for home meet

When one thinks about a successful and strong standing team in the world of gymnastics, there are many components like endurance, composition and flexibility as well as hard motivation and consistency that come to mind. However, one of the most important components of gymnastics is the support and love of teammates that are being competed […]

Musicians encourage discussion

Students present eclectic, memorable performance

REVIEW Junior Landon Greenwood finds that music is the most honest representation of himself. From school bands and youth group gatherings the artist discovered a love for music at a young age. Now at SPU, Greenwood has collaborated with fellow student musicians. On Friday, Jan. 20 Greenwood, senior Forrest Reed and junior Evan Daley individually […]

Theater stands in solidarity

Light reflects sentiments of inclusivity, bold respect

On the eve of the recent inauguration of President Donald Trump, theaters across the nation held an event titled “The Ghostlight Project” in honor and in solidarity with unheard voices. SPU’s Theatre Department took a part in this event as people gathered on the steps of McKinley Hall last Thursday, Jan. 19 to turn on […]

Powerful dialogue showcased

High school storytellers present work

Nestled in the back room at the end of a long hallway in the Frye Art Museum are a series of small screens and large paneled photographs depicting thoughts from the minds of local high school students. The Frye Art Museum presents “Those Without Voice,” an exhibit aiming to draw attention to student perspectives on […]

Discussing race in cities

Gentrification issue rises in urban settings

David Leong, associate professor of missiology, was about eight or nine years old when his family attended a state fair. Near the entrance, he heard shouting. “Go back to where you came from!” someone yelled. At first, Leong didn’t understand that the demand was geared toward him and his family, or what the exclamation really […]

Crime at SPU 1/25

Theft On Wednesday, Jan. 18, a student called to report missing items from a campus laundry room in Hill Hall. On Thursday, Jan. 19, Office of Safety and Security took a theft report that occurred in Otto Miller Hall. Malicious mischief/vandalism On Friday, Jan. 20, fire safety equipment was tampered with in Ashton Hall. On […]

Rallies in Trump’s wake

Students react with protests, reflections

Friday: Weter Memorial Hall On the evening of the 45th Presidential Inauguration, junior Maggie Sanchez sat down in Weter Memorial Hall and drew a picture of a lucky cat being watered. “It’s about hope, trying to be optimistic,” Sanchez said, referencing her drawing. “I think it’s really easy to be really overwhelmed by my sadness […]