Personal abortion stories

Seattle Pacific’s Students for Life club invited three women from the organization Silent No More to discuss their negative experiences with abortion. On Monday, each speaker discussed how abortion affected their lives, emphasizing the lifelong mental and physical effects they experienced. The first speaker and head of Silent No More’s Seattle branch, Kathy Erika-Gonzales, started the […]

Traditions and tunes at celebration

Most people don’t associate Beyoncé with Vietnamese culture. But at an event on Friday in the Student Union Building, some brave souls got up in front of about 35 students and sang karaoke to celebrate the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, also known as Tet. “Karaoke is a typical Vietnamese pastime,” said senior Quincy Pham, president […]

Starbound comparable to Minecraft

REVIEW Chucklefish Games’ recent open-world sandbox and space exploration game Starbound had a lot of expectations from the beginning.  Being the spiritual successor of the sandbox platform game Terraria, itself called “two-dimensional Minecraft” by PC Gamer and Wired, Starbound had to measure up against the titanic Minecraft as well as its parent game, which developed […]

Friend Zone ruins friendships

I looked at her, the nakedness of my confession churning my gut in anxiety. After a few excruciating seconds, she readied her answer: “I’m sorry, but you’re just a friend to me.” That helpless half-smile she gave me damned my lovesick heart to the abyss of the Friend Zone. My friends resigned my fate to […]

Young team races at nationals

At the NCAA DII Championships in Spokane last month, Seattle Pacific’s women’s cross country team previewed what’s to come in the future of the program. Four of the six competing women were underclassmen, which makes for a strong step forward for the future Falcons. Sophomore Anna Patti placed 72nd with a time of 22:23.3, the […]