Falcon History on Display

The Library is pleased to host a display from the SPU Archives, detailing the history of Seattle Pacific’s mascot, the Falcon. From the essay in the 1934 yearbook advocating the adoption of the falcon as mascot, to artifacts including patches and a plush falcon doll, come see a host of materials demonstrating the many uses of the noble bird over the past 80 years by the university. The display is located on the south wall of the main floor of the Library.

Posted: Monday, August 04, 2014