The Falcon

Finding joy both in Gwinn and in art studio

Jenn Tran

April 7, 2018

Jennie Brott shares her passion in painting, curating art collection To Jennie Brott, art is as essential as breathing. Growing up, Brott was surrounded by the arts; she was a singer, a percussionist and a dancer. “My parents were art...

4/04 Corrections

thefalconnewspaper

April 4, 2018

It has come to our attention that in the final issue of winter quarter, in the article titled “Finding joy both in Gwinn and in art studio,” there are some factual errors. It is written that Jennie Brott did not relocate...

Crime 4/04

thefalconnewspaper

April 4, 2018

Indecent Exposures/Lewd Conduct On March 27, an incident at the Mailing and copying services occured. Alcohol Abuse Referral On March 30, an incident was reported at Ashton 5th floor East.   The Crime at SPU report is compiled w...

A Brief History of DACA and DREAM Act

Kim See

April 4, 2018

Back in 2001, the first version of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act was introduced. As a result, young undocumented immigrants have since been called “Dreamers.” Introduced in July 2017,...

Senate postpones voting

Anya Annear

April 4, 2018

This week, Senate postponed the vote for giving the full amount of the proposal for the MODE Fashion Show, which will be on May 21 at 7 p.m. in Royal Brougham. After Senate extended the discussion three times, trying to reduce...

2018-19 ASSP Elections Candidate Summary

thefalconnewspaper

March 7, 2018

ASSP Office Core elections will be held March 7. They open at midnight and will be open all day, closing at 9 p.m. Sarah Kirschner and Drew Cortez, who are running for Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Intercultural...

President Dan Martin releases tuition update

thefalconnewspaper

March 7, 2018

2018-2019 to bring 4.98% tuition increase for undergraduates As winter quarter winds down, SPU tuition rises. Last Friday, March 2, President Dan Martin sent out the annual update of undergraduate costs via a campus wide email. Every year, the Board of Trustees...

Model UN club

Julia Battishill

March 7, 2018

As students walk along the sidewalk from Nickerson Street towards the Student Union Building, they can see a sign next to the building that not only displays the school’s name, but SPU’s motto as well: Engaging the culture, ...

Crime 3/07

thefalconnewspaper

March 7, 2018

Drug Abuse Referral On March 2, an incident at Falcon Apartments was reported to the OSS. Drug Abuse Referral On March 2, the OSS received a report of an incident at the Davis Apartments.   The Crime at SPU report is...

Setting marriage up on a Christian pedestal

Julia Battishill

February 28, 2018

Dissecting relationship ideals in churches  The issue of Christianity and marriage stretches as far back as the church does; Protestantism itself began in England due to royal marital issues, and the discussion regarding the ...

Seattle Pacific says goodbye to Tent City 3

Anya Annear

February 28, 2018

Senate meeting Emily Hansum, the student liaison for Tent City 3, visited Senate to describe the experience of TC3 with Seattle Pacific University. ASSP Executive Vice President Danielle Meier announced “Emily has come to updat...

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