On Friday, a student reported to the Office of Safety and Security that the student’s vehicle had been broken into and items stolen while parked in the Ewing parking lot. A security officer responded and interviewed the student.
For Jess Spear, the proposal to raise Seattle’s minimum wage to $15 an hour has the potential to close the gender pay gap and put Seattle on a path toward gender and racial equality in the workplace. “In Seattle, the population of low-wage workers is disproportionately women and people of color,” Spear said. “Raising […]
Perez elected leader of new residence hall For Felicia Perez, the new residence hall is more than an unfinished building — it is a meeting place for new traditions, close-knit communities and the fulfillment of a six-year administrative dream. A freshman, Perez is set to be the first Hall Council president for Arnett Hall, the […]
This story was revised from its original version published May 14, and its updated version published May 23, to correct editing errors that mischaracterized Camille Pauley’s statements and position. The Falcon apologizes for the error. When Camille Pauley’s daughter was two years old, Pauley and her husband liked to teach her big words like […]
Authentic Mexican food, music and decorations filled Weter Hall on Saturday night during the Spanish and Latino Student Awareness Club’s annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. The event, attended by roughly 200 students, faculty and staff, was focused on promoting Latino culture and giving attendees a chance to gather as a community to experience a […]
At 9:30 a.m. on April 16, sophomore Ellie Britt noticed that there was something different about the run-down Winnebago recreational vehicle she had walked by on Nickerson Street for the past eight months. “It was weird because the door was open facing the parking lot and there was some stuff on the grass beside it,” […]
Most mornings, the Seattle Pacific crew team gathers behind the Royal Brougham Pavilion, huddled around a dock beside the Lake Washington Ship Canal. From 4:45 to 6:45 a.m., Monday through Saturday, the 26-person team rises with the sun, rowing up and down along the canal and Lake Union in preparation for their upcoming regatta. But […]
Freshman Ali Steenis remembers scrolling through her Twitter feed on March 22 just minutes after it happened. Thumbing through recent tweets, Steenis stumbled on a tweet from the Everett Herald, a local Snohomish newspaper, with a link to an article on a massive mudslide that had just happened between Oso and Darington, Wash. “WSP: Highway […]