Falcons deliver solid performance once again

SPU women’s soccer team rises up against challenging DI opponents

For the SPU women’s soccer team, spring season has never solely been about attaining wins. Rather, it is about the collective improvement of individuals and the team, with victory being an added bonus. Therefore the team’s current spring exhibition season can be considered very successful. The Falcons played their second to last spring season game […]

Fourth annual luau celebrates Pacific Islander culture

‘Ohana ‘O Hawai’i Club encourages community over food, arts

As a Native Hawaiian, first-year Rianne Masuda knew that she wanted to carry her culture with her into Seattle. “Throughout my life, I have been immersed in the Hawaiian culture through speaking and learning the Hawaiian language and cultural practices like [an] oli [chant] or hula [dance],” Masuda said. Masuda, like many of her peers, […]

Musical premiere explores morality in fairytale form

Review: SPU’s Theatre Department wows audience

Where do wishes come true, giants roam and princesses run away? The woods, of course. Seattle Pacific University’s Theatre Department presents “Into the Woods” with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Director Candace Vance, serving the SPU Theatre Department as head of performance, is an SPU Theatre alumna.  Sondheim’s classic Broadway musical was adapted into […]

Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors take the Neptune

Folk music brings the Seattle community together

Under dim lights, amidst loud beats, Drew Holcomb of Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors dedicated the song “What Would I Do Without You” to his wife’s friend. This friend is in the military and has not been home for the past eight months. “So you’ve got the morning, I’ve got midnight. You are patient, I’m […]