The Falcon

Editorial Board Comment: Faculty takes training course over summer

Angela Ide, Opinions Editor

September 17, 2020

This is another sacred moment in history where everyone who sits in a place of privilege and to look at the challenges of those with less of a voice. People who are white, no matter what difficulties they face, at least get...

Pandemic during first year of college: uncharted territory

Perris Larson, Staff Writer

September 9, 2020

I finished high school on a computer screen. COVID-19 forced the class of 2020 to lose many of their senior year experiences such as prom and graduation, and then take on the daunting task of the next chapter in their lives:...

Editorial Board Comment: Personal responses, public pandemic

Editorial Board

September 9, 2020

From sea to shining sea, this country has always found itself as vast, diverse, and unimaginably varied. Crisis response is no exception to that and the way each person decides to react can have major implications for those around...

Wake up call: bible verses are not band-aids for bullet wounds

Angela Ide, Opinions Editor

June 10, 2020

I recognize that as I write this article, that not everyone reading this will be on the same faith journey that I am on, but as a Christian who has made many mistakes and has been lovingly called out for my actions and inactions....

Editorial Comment: Momentary support is not enough to stop police brutality

Editorial Board

June 10, 2020

Across the nation and across the globe, something is spreading almost as rapidly and is as potent as COVID-19. But this time, there is a cry for the world to wake up from a recurring societal nightmare. A little over two weeks...

Woman in a zoom,

Editor’s Note

June 6, 2020

Editorial Comment: Fear of lost plans wreak havoc on registration

Angela Ide, Opinions Editor

June 3, 2020

The COVID-19 quarantine has shown that one truth remains consistent, even in chaos: plans are never guaranteed. When many students have suddenly lost or had to change their summer and school plans at the beginning of this crisis,...

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