When the final buzzer sounds

Never again as an SPU gymnast will Kristen Strid salute the judges, take off her grips and wash the chalk off her hands. Never again will Sarah Kraybill lunge for the red tape at the end of an 800-meter race in her SPU track jersey. Never again will Jesse Keely have the opportunity to shoot […]

Students confused about smoking rule

A common misconception on campus is that all international students enrolled at SPU are allowed to smoke, and that they are allowed to do so because of their cultural backgrounds. This misconception occurs because many students believe that international students and American Cultural Exchange (A.C.E.) students are one and the same. "I thought they were […]

Schools unite for AIDS Walk

Raise awareness. This is the objective of the student-organized Global AIDS Walk, which will take place in 10 cities across the United States this Saturday. At 9 a.m., students from Seattle Pacific University, the University of Washington, Seattle University and many other area colleges and high schools will gather at Gasworks Park for about a […]

SPU looks to finish strong

The Falcon gymnasts decided they wanted to start the season over with a clean slate heading into their final six meets of the season. And that is exactly what they have done. For the past two weekends the Falcons have flipped, vaulted and danced their way to a team total of 190 points or better, […]

Falcon gymnasts break 190 mark

The Falcon gymnasts have finally done it. With six meets remaining in the quest for a national title, the gymnasts delivered their strongest performance of the year, posting a season-high team total of a 192.075. The score places them almost two points higher than Mountain Pacific Sports Federation No. 2 team, the Sacramento State Hornets, […]