Men’s soccer produces six all-team GNAC stars

SPU falls short in final meeting, six players added to the GNAC all-team

Despite a tough season ending loss for the Falcons men’s soccer, the team was able to put six members on the All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference squad. The Seattle Pacific University men’s soccer team came into last week’s matchup against Simon Fraser University ranked No. 1 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, while Simon Fraser was […]

SPU leads all game long

The Falcons defeated George Fox with a 48.4 percent accuracy

Seattle Pacific University’s women’s basketball squad controlled the pace of the exhibition game against George Fox University this past Saturday in Royal Brougham Pavilion. The Falcons led the game from start to finish with a final score of 71-56. In the first quarter alone, SPU led over the NCAA Division III Bruins 21-12. Leading the […]

Strong offense not enough for Falcons

SPU swept twice last week by CWU and NNU

Seattle Pacific University fell twice in one week, first to the Central Washington Wildcats and then to the Northwest Nazarene Nighthawks. The SPU volleyball squad had another busy week of Great Northwest Athletic Conference matchups, first traveling to CWU to take on the Wildcats this past Thursday, and then traveling to Nampa, Idaho to face […]

Men’s basketball flies over defense

SPU dominates the court with a 33 point victory

The Seattle Pacific University men’s basketball team started their season in spectacular fashion, defeating Capilano University 110-77. SPU led the entire game, almost doubling CU’s score in the first half and then continuing the scoring onslaught into the second half. The game ended with the Falcons on top, leading by 33 points. “We played well […]

Eco-anxiety in America

Individual choices can ease the anxiety regarding climate change

Last Spring, President Trump decided to have the United States back out of the Paris Climate Accord Act. In his response, the decision was simply for those American citizens who had voted for him to make our country “great” again. Trump not only made us one of only three countries not to sign the act, […]

Readings of Leviticus 20:13 vary

Outdated and inaccurate translations cause mis-judgement over sexuality

All Authors: Abby Morse, Emma Fellenstein, Maddy Fulcher Students at SPU have varying beliefs about what’s acceptable when it comes to sexual practices. The three authors of this blog are all straight, cisgendered women, so it is important to note that we cannot speak for the perspectives of other sexual orientations. That being said, the […]

Finding ethics in fashion

Baptist World Aid releases ethics reports of industries to help educate

We pay some pretty prices to keep up with the ever-evolving trends in fashion and technology, willingly spending this month’s paycheck on the must-have item of the minute. The benefit of being “hip” clearly outweighs the merely monetary cost, right? But money isn’t the only expense at stake. Although, perhaps unknowingly, we often give up […]

Editorial Comment

Journalists demonstrate bravery in the face of violence and injured colleagues

A prominent TV station in Kabul, Afghanistan was attacked yesterday, Nov. 7. Shamshad TV was going about their regular daily broadcast when a bomb went off at the entrance of the building. Afterwards gunmen disguised as police officers stormed the station and began to shoot. The station has high viewership, as it is the nation’s […]