Falcon: A place for discussion

The Falcon newspaper serves a unique purpose at SPU. For many, the paper is a meaningful source of news and information, especially concerning what is going on within the university. The Falcon also provides an effective forum for faculty, staff and students to share ideas and opinions. It is our goal to inform the community […]

Rugby Club gets uniforms

The Seattle Pacific University Rugby Club is being allocated $660 by Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) for the purchase of team uniforms so they can participate in league play. The catch, however, is that the money has to be repaid by June 1. "In my mind, it did no good," Hill Hall senator Chris […]

Falcon wins high jump national title

The last couple of weeks have been busy for the Falcon track and field team, highlighted with a few accomplished athletes who were rewarded with a trip to Boston for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center on March 12. Junior Danielle Ayers-Stamper brought a national championship in […]

Track grabs ‘last chance’

The SPU track and field team took advantage of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Last Chance Indoor meet on Saturday to have a total of eight women in five events qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships. The meet was held at Dempsey Indoor at the University of Washington, and the Falcon women capitalized on […]

Falcons thrive in Idaho

Seattle Pacific’s track and field team excelled yet again on Saturday as they competed at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) indoor track and field championships in Nampa, Idaho. Juniors Danielle Ayers-Stamper and Chris Randolph each won three events and were named outstanding athletes of the meet. Both athletes set SPU and GNAC records at […]

GNAC records broken at meet

SPU’s track and field team competed once again at Dempsey Indoor at the UW Indoor Open No. 3 over the weekend. While Husky senior Kate Soma made headlines for posting the fourth best-ever collegiate indoor women’s pole vault, clearing a height of 14 feet, 3 1/2 inches, the Falcons continued to make their mark. Junior […]