EPA nomination foolish

Pruitt, climate change denier, not fit for office

This is a call out. Scott Pruitt is a total snake. Pruitt, for those who are unfamiliar, was confirmed by the Senate last week to head the Environmental Protection Agency, or the EPA. Ironically, the now former Attorney General of Oklahoma is known to have sued the EPA, the very organization he is now leading, […]

It is OK to love One Direction

Women’s passions, interests not to be shamed

“Every time I get concerned today, I just remind myself that teenage girls are going to save the whole damn world,” tweeted Phillip Picardi, acknowledging the influence that teenage girls have on society. This is a statement you don’t hear often – if at all – as the interests and passions of teenage girls and […]

Falcon Hall of Famer Dave Wortman passes away

Leading scorer Wortman dies at 77

Last week, former Falcon basketball player Dave Wortman from the class of 1962 passed away at the age of 77 in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. Inducted into SPU’s Hall of Fame in 2009, Wortman served as a leading scorer and rebounder for the Falcons. Wortman played under Falcon Hall of Famer, Head Coach Les Habegger. His […]

Hayashida ties 16-year old record

SPU continues on road for their fourth away meet

Senior Kristi Hayashida, a three-time All-American on balance beam, nailed a nearly flawless routine to surpass her previous best of 9.90 to tie the 16 year old school record at the most recent gymnastics meet this last Friday, Feb. 24. The Seattle Pacific women’s gymnastics team competed in a four-team meet at The Pavilion on […]

En route to indoor track nationals

Women’s dmr team in NCAA DII Indoor Championships

Battling for spots in the NCAA Division II Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama, the Falcons competed at the Seattle Pacific Final Qualifier Track and Field Meet at the University of Washington’s Dempsey Field this past Saturday, Feb. 25. To kick things off, junior Mary Charleson set a new PR in the mile. She completed the […]

Falcon basketball ends

Chances of GNAC tournament slip from men’s fingers

Needing to win at least one of their final two games of the regular season to make the playoffs, the SPU men’s basketball team lost at both Western Washington and Simon Fraser. This marked the end of the Falcon’s injury-ridden season and Grant Leep’s first year as Head Coach. “I have been working for this […]