Falcons defeat Cavaliers

Seattle Pacific wins in a close 2-1 game

The Seattle Pacific University men’s soccer team almost lost their No. 3 spot in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, barely keeping hold of it with a close win. The Falcons sustained the No. 3 seed in the GNAC after defeating conference foe the Concordia Cavaliers, 2-1. The two teams met last Saturday in Concordia for […]

Falcons cruise over Crusaders

SPU claims all three sets against NNU on Saturday, Oct. 7

Although the Falcons have previously been successful in matches that have gone to the limit, the SPU volleyball team fell in the fifth set to the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders, who are ranked No. 12 in the nation. This past Thursday in Royal Brougham Pavilion, despite the tough competition, the Falcons tested the nationally ranked and […]

Finding common ground

Seahawk’s unity shows dialogue is still needed

Art Rooney II, the owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, released a statement on Sept. 24 in wake of President Trump’s controversial comments over the widespread national anthem protests in the NFL. Posted on the official team Twitter account, Rooney praised the unity among players, but added his “…hope[s] that eventually we will come together as […]

Editorial Comment

White supremacy has no place here

Identity Evropa (IE), a college organization of young, white supremacists, recently put up recruiting posters around Seattle Pacific University. SPU is not the first college where this group has appeared. According to IE’s website, their main target audience is young college students, and posters tend to show up near campuses. IE has participated in several […]

Trend lightly

Is social media affecting your resume?

In a world where we can document and share nearly any event with a device that fits in our pockets, what doesn’t end up on social media? With Instagram, we capture the highlights of our lives and maybe even show off some photography skills. With Twitter, we broadcast our unrestricted thoughts and memes. Facebook exists […]

Common sense policy needed

Vegas mass shooting makes gun laws relevant, again

Gun violence, especially mass shootings, have become ever more prevalent in American society. The deadliest mass shooting in American history recently took place on Oct. 1, 2017, killing 58 people and injuring almost 500. The second deadliest mass shooting took place on June 12th, 2016, at Pulse nightclub, killing 49 people, and injuring more than […]

Lonely Whale challenge

Seattle does it for ocean, marine life

A challenge has been issued. Focused on providing education that inspires youth and the innovative community, the Lonely Whale Foundation strives to “inspire empathy towards marine species and develop life long advocate for ocean health,” according to their website. Founded by Adrian Grenier and Lucy Sumner in December 2015, the foundation wants to challenge 10 […]

SPU rolls up their sleeves

Bloodworks NW thanks Seattle Pacific

For some people, donating blood can be an easy choice, but for Jonathan Yao, a second year student studying nursing, it was not easy at all. He knew he would need to overcome his fear of needles one way or another, so when he saw that Bloodworks Northwest came to campus he realized the opportunity […]