The Falcon

Intersecting culture, leadership

Julia Suddarth

May 23, 2018

Even though Nathan Samayo’s original plan did not involve attending SPU after high school, he firmly believes this was where he was supposed to end up. His senior year of high school, Samayo landed a full-ride scholarship to a...

Crime 5/16

thefalconnewspaper

May 16, 2018

Burglary On May 14, OSS received a report on an incident in Otto Miller Hall. Domestic Violence On May 11, OSS received a report on an incident off campus, half a mile or more away.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled w...

Latinos Unidos’ proposal passed

Anya Annear

May 16, 2018

Two proposals passed in Senate. The sum of both proposals came to a total of $8,552.72. The first proposal was brought to Senate by Alexia Estrada for Latinos Unidos’s annual Fiesta, which will take place next Monday, May 21...

Crime 5/09

thefalconnewspaper

May 9, 2018

Assault On May 4, OSS received a report on an incident that occured over half a mile from campus. Burglary On May 8, there was an incident at Marston Hall reported to OSS. Car Prowl On May 6, there was an incident at Roya...

SPU’s art department gets a reality check

Julia Suddarth

May 9, 2018

Senior visual communication student Jamison Franzen believes that putting yourself and your work in front of an art director for a major agency — especially in person — can be scary. At the same time, however, this is exactly w...

Crime 5/02

thefalconnewspaper

May 2, 2018

Car Prowl On April 29, OSS received a report of an incident at 34 W Cremona Apartments. On April 30, OSS received a report of an incident over half a mile off campus. Dating Violence (Clery Act) On April 25, an incident in the Resi...

Discussing importance of fathers

Julia Battishill

May 2, 2018

By Julia Battishill | Staff Reporter   Freshman Khalid Al-Sheikh aspires to be like his father. To him, he cannot “possibly form a tangible accolade to represent” his love for his future children like a mother could,...

Student shares new perspective

Anya Annear

May 2, 2018

By Anya Annear | Assistant News Editor   Senate received their first ever student perspective submission of the school year from first-year Liam Smith. He stated, “I believe that certain campus media institutions have...

Departing on a journey of self-acceptance

Julia Suddarth

May 2, 2018

By Julia Suddarth | Staff Reporter   SPU junior Camilo Castro distinctly remembers a time in elementary school that he was playing kickball with friends, when one boy pointed out that he was different from them, saying,...

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