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Literature at Short Run

Tori Hoffman

November 15, 2017

Festival embraces innovation in arts From creating poetry comics and zines to stickers, buttons, t-shirts and tote bags, the artistic community in Seattle, a newly designated City of Literature by the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, gathered Saturday to celebrate dive...

SEA NOW comes to SPU

Mikayla Logue

November 15, 2017

Seattle Worship group provides space for fellowship, prayer On a calm and breezy fall night, Hill Hall opened its doors to the Seattle Night of Worship, transforming the lobby into an intimate setting. String lights dimly illuminated the space while chairs were set in a semi-circle fash...

Old- fashioned Swing Dig

Heidi Speck

November 8, 2017

Social Dance Company teaches swing steps For many, the thought of swing dancing creates an image of women in long, flippy skirts being twirled by their well-dressed male partner. In present time, this scene of an old-fashioned swing dance would require a time machine. Luckil...

Escaping the Jungle of Doom

Laura Lothrop

November 1, 2017

Hallowscape brings campus together by Laura Herman Staff Reporter “Hallowscape,” hosted by the Student Union Board (STUB), presented students with a set of spooky challenges. The upper floor of the campus Student Union Building underwent a Halloween makeover, desig...

UK band livens, excites Seattle

thefalconnewspaper

November 1, 2017

Boston Manor uses powerful lyrics, beats by McKinley Friesen Staff Reporter On the Saturday night before Halloween, people dressed up in their best costumes and partook in Halloween festivities, but for true Seattle rockers,...

Expression, connection in art

Lauren Giese

November 1, 2017

KSPU Launch Party, Lingua come together When sophomore Marquis Sablo was in high school, he rapped on his way to football games with his teammates. “All my friends said I was really good at it,” said Sablo. Little did he know at the time that it would become a real...

Halls join in celebration

Heidi Speck

November 1, 2017

Emerson Hill-oween invites all Every year on Halloween and the weekend prior, college students across the country make a point to go out and partake in various, perhaps questionable, activities. Seattle Pacific University makes it clear that SPU is a dry campus, and...

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