Climate change cannot be ignored

Time to admit our wrongdoings, take action for global warming

I will never forget the small, squeaky black chairs of the old movie theater in our hometown. My parents insisted on going to see the film, “A Day After Tomorrow.” Being roughly 8 or 9 years old at the time, the idea of the earth and my existence being obsolete seemed unimaginable. The extreme snowstorms […]

Seattle protest entertains

Seattle May Day demonstrations anti-climatic, unexpected

This is the second time I’m writing this article about May Day. My original article laid out how I believe May Day in Seattle is traditionally unconstructive and useless. I talked about how blocking freeways, shutting down airports and completely disrupting people’s lives — all called for by Councilmember Kshama Sawant — was in no […]

Editorial Comment

New algorithm threatens privacy

It’s a well known fact that Facebook sells our personal information to companies for targeted advertising. Just make one search for any product you want and soon, you’ll see it pop up on your Facebook feed. While we also know that Facebook uses algorithms that produce echo chambers of ideas on feeds and hinder discourse, […]

Approach must shift

Sexual assault awareness, care proves crucial

According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted during their time in college, and over 90 percent of these crimes go unreported. During Sexual Awareness Month, resources, support and information are given out constantly, but what about every other month? It seems that […]

SPU takes second and third in GNAC Multi-Event Championship

Moving on up. Many of the Seattle Pacific University track and field athletes improved their rankings and personal best records this past weekend at two separate events. In addition, three SPU women athletes competed in the GNAC Multi-Event Championships in a two-day event this past Monday and Tuesday. In the first meet, three SPU women […]

Falcon Thursday encourages spirit

SPU Athletics seeks to build community

Walking up, one sees old red bricks, numerous windows, maroon handrails, doors and a grand staircase leading to the main event. Inside, the walls are plastered with banners and awards proudly displaying the success Seattle Pacific University has had over the years. The sound of shoes squeaking accompanied by the roar of the crowd and […]

Tough match ends spring season

SPU men’s soccer looking to take improvements into the fall season

The SPU men’s soccer team concluded their 2017 Spring Exhibition Season in a fiery and physical cross-city match up against the University of Washington. On Saturday afternoon, April 29, the Falcons took on the Huskies, who had recently completed a sweet 16 run in the NCAA tournament during their regular fall season. The UW men […]