The Falcon

Crime 01/24

thefalconnewspaper

January 24, 2018

Domestic Violence On Jan. 19, OSS received a report of an incident at the Tent City 3 site. Malicious Mischief/Vandalism On Jan. 21, an incident at Mailing and Copying Services was reported. Theft On Jan. 22, an incident on...

Promoting love, support

Tori Hoffman

January 24, 2018

Seattle march encourages standing in solidarity  Thousands of demonstrators braved the wind and rain to participate in the Womxn’s March in Seattle on Saturday, Jan. 20. Marching might have been a new experience for Seat...

Professor Russ Killingsworth remembered for his humor, patience, understanding

Kim See

January 24, 2018

A valued member of the SPU community passed away last Wednesday, Jan. 17. According to an email sent by Provost Jeff Van Duzer, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Russ Killingsworth had suffered from chronic liver disease for...

Seeking more education, tolerance

Laura Lothrop

January 17, 2018

  By Julia Battishill and Laura Lothrop Can you remember the first time you heard someone say “that’s so gay?” Were you in elementary or middle school? Did people laugh? Did they cringe? First-year Alonso Ramirez-S...

Pursuing justice, equity

Jenn Tran

January 17, 2018

Interest in cultural study sparks Dr. Yelena Bailey’s fight against social, racial, socioeconomic barriers When she isn’t teaching Writing 1000, American Ethnic Literature, or U.S. Latinx Literature, Dr. Yelena Bailey, assist...

Crime 1/17

thefalconnewspaper

January 17, 2018

Burglary On Jan. 12, OSS received a report of an incident in the 37 W Dravus Apartments. Car Prowl On Jan. 11, an incident off campus but in the vicinity of SPU was reported.

Negating homelessness stereotypes

Tori Hoffman

January 17, 2018

Balance. That is what SPU senior Emily Hansum, a double-major in linguistics and Spanish, actively seeks to manage as she unites communities and builds bridges of understanding. Her role goes beyond engaging individuals experiencing...

Senate calls for student leaders

Anya Annear

January 10, 2018

ASSP discusses future events, positions Only one-third of the way through the school year, senate is already preparing for next school year. By the end of this quarter, all ASSP Core office positions will be hired for next sc...

Jaysen Carr thanks Tent City 3

Jenn Tran

January 10, 2018

Insight on homelessness as a universal, relatable issue Jaysen Carr was a 34-year-old caregiver in the state of Louisiana when, one morning before church, his entire life changed. After a staph infection spread to his leg, the in...

Crime 01/10

thefalconnewspaper

January 10, 2018

Burglary On Jan. 1, the OSS received a report of an incident taking place in the Falcon Apartments. Theft On Jan. 3, the OSS received a report of an incident off-campus. On Jan. 5, an incident in the Falcon Fourplex was reported...

Seattle Pacific honors Tristan Kern

Kim See

November 15, 2017

“Thank you for being such a good church buddy to all us, classmate, and friend.” Seattle Pacific University lost a student over Veteran’s Day weekend. According to several news sources, on Friday the 10th, third-year Tris...

Social Venture Contest Inspires Change

Julia Battishill

November 15, 2017

Mark Oppenlander from the Center for Applied Learning recalls one Social Venture participant who discussed his experience with the competition. The first thing the student said, Oppenlander remembers, was “Thanks for ruining...

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