Improvement shows on field versus Seattle University

Spring exhibition season winds down, Falcons take on two DI competitors

With another week of the spring exhibition season in the books, the SPU men’s soccer team matched up against Seattle University and showcased what it is capable of. While the point of the spring exhibition season is to see improvements and gauge where the team is, in Saturday’s game, the Falcons fought hard against a […]

Falcons soar as postseason approaches

SPU women reach top 10 in weekly rankings

Just a week ago, the Seattle Pacific women’s team was ranked No. 13 on the weekly West Region list compiled by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. After this past week, they have moved up to the ninth spot on that list. With moving up in the rankings, the women’s team […]

Protests against anti-science trend find place in Seattle’s March for Science

March signals reawakening of student activism, SPU professors say

For some professors at Seattle Pacific University, these past march-filled weeks are nothing new. In fact, last Saturday’s March for Science was more than reminiscent of the past for Professor of Art Laura Lasworth. As Lasworth attended a sign-making gathering for SPU professors interested in Marching, she said it reminded her of the first March […]

MycoVate Solutions takes first place at 11th annual business competition

Decomposing diapers impress at Social Venture Plan Competition

Corrections were made to this article on Feb. 25 regarding the product description for “Selam.” Tommy Summers, nephew of the late and past director of the event, Donald Summers, delivered encouraging words to participants as he announced the People’s Choice Award for the 11th annual Social Venture Plan Competition. “You may not be successful the […]

Accountability Survey biased

Questionnaire aims to find staged answers

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a “leading question” is defined as a question asked in a way that is intended to produce a desired answer. Usually surveys are purposefully designed to avoid these types of questions in order to get objective and accurate results regarding the subject. It appears that the Trump administration didn’t get that […]

Drug reform needed

Drug addiction proves major public health issue, not simply isolated criminal problem

Last March, former President Obama spoke at the National Prescription Drug Abuse Heroin Summit in Atlanta saying, “For too long we’ve viewed drug addiction through the lens of criminal justice.” He added, “The most important thing to do is reduce demand. And the only way to do that is to provide treatment — to see […]