Hungarian native big addition

Seattle Pacific University is home to a rare Hungarian import. It’s not the newest addition to Gwinn cuisine, nor has Hungary begun exporting cars. This visitor is none other than Gyongyver (Gus) Balogh, jump shot assassin for the sixth-ranked Falcon women’s basketball program. The first mystery about Gus is how a 29-year-old native of the […]

For love of the game

Although senior Donte Quinine has quickly made his presence felt on the basketball court, many students still do not know who he is or how he came to grace the hardwood of Royal Brougham Pavilion. His basketball background began in Roland Heights, Calif., when he was a high school freshman with almost no experience playing […]

A winning tradition

In 1975, Laurel Tindall was a two-time national vaulting champion, 10-time All-American in vaulting, uneven bars, and all-around competition, and had already helped to establish a new gymnastics program at what was then Seattle Pacific College. After graduation, Tindall decided to continue on at SPC as coach, and that solution has worked well. The success […]

FCA receives new life at SPU

As a 10-person blob of duct-taped humanity bumps its way around the Student Union Building, a smile creeps onto the face of sophomore Cara Potter. Watching the attached students waddle to and fro, she realizes that her hard work has paid off. Last spring, Potter felt led to revive the then-defunct SPU chapter of Fellowship […]

Runner represents U.S. in Asia

This summer, freshman Sally Nyaggah traveled to China to represent the United States in track and field competition. She competed against international athletes and gained an understanding of the way of life on the other side of the world. Nyaggah began her high school athletic career at El Dorado High School in Placentia, Calif. After […]