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Courtesy of Dr. Segall | Dr. Segall (center) has lived in various countries in her lifetime

New Social Justice Major

October 17, 2018

Local Walk, Global Impact

Chris Harper

October 11, 2018

Soon, local protesters in Seattle plan on banding together and making a difference by participating in the worldwide A21 rally. From the year of 2017 alone, there were 783 active criminal and civil human trafficking cases which...

Four Falcons nest as All-Americans

Chris Harper

May 30, 2018

  It was a big weekend for the Falcons as four athletes headed to Charlotte, North Carolina to compete in the NCAA Division II Championships. Mary Charleson, Scout Cai, Kate Lilly and Renick Meyer suited up to end the season...

Rowing halts strokes after season ender

Chris Harper

May 24, 2018

After a confusing start, which lead to a race restart on Friday’s heat, Seattle Pacific University’s varsity eight crew rowed to a second-place finish with a time of 6:49.03, which was the fourth fastest overall among the other...

Falcons ready up for final meet

Chris Harper

May 2, 2018

By Chris Harper Staff Writer The Men’s regular season comes to an end next Saturday, May 5, with the Ken Shannon Invitational at the University of Washington's Husky Track. The season has been turbulent, with minor victories...

Falcons are in stride for nationals

Chris Harper

April 18, 2018

By Chris Harper Rain has yet to wash out the Falcon track team. On Saturday, April 14, Seattle Pacific University made the NCAA Division II provisional qualifying list in the 4-x-100 relay, with a winning time of 46.83 seconds...

Falcons hunt for championship gold

Chris Harper

April 4, 2018

Seven Falcons get a grip on the championship Determined, driven, ready. The USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships is upon us. Seven of Seattle Pacific University’s gymnasts have been invited to compete. Darian Burns, McKenna Zimmermann and Itzia San Roman received at-la...

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