Seattle Pacific University's Student Newspaper

The Falcon

Seattle Pacific University's Student Newspaper

The Falcon

Seattle Pacific University's Student Newspaper

The Falcon

Santi Quiroga Medina

Santi Quiroga Medina, Editor In Chief

Santi is a Junior at Seattle Pacific University majoring in Communications and Journalism with a minor in Art. Though born in Colombia, Santi has lived in Washington for most of his life and has a deep care for the area and its community. As Editor-in-Chief, Santi strives to ensure that The Falcon as a publication and a community represent a wide variety of voices in a manner that is transparent and accurate. In his free time, Santi enjoys to play sports, play video games, and write creative nonfiction. 

All content by Santi Quiroga Medina
Puss in Boots the Last Wish premiered on December 21st, 2022.

Our favorite fearless hero

Santi Quiroga Medina, Editor-in-Chief
January 27, 2023
Settled

Settled

Santi Quiroga Medina, News Editor
May 5, 2022
Santi with fellow Falcon co-editors Ken, Daniel, and Isabella. (Courtesy of Santi Quiroga-Medina)

Hopes for the future

Santi Quiroga Medina , News Editor
January 4, 2022
New year, new lawsuit

New year, new lawsuit

Santi Quiroga Medina, News Editor
November 2, 2021
Illustration by Gabrialla Cockerell

Campus against COVID

Santi Quiroga Medina, News Editor
October 13, 2021
A message addressed to Dr. Pete Menjares from SPU students was written on a pride flag and posted on the window of Demaray Halls main entrance. (Ken Kok)

SPU comes out…again

Santi Quiroga Medina , News Editor
October 12, 2021
View of President Pete Menjares office window and the Demaray Hall clock tower. (Caitlyn Schnider)

Motion granted

Santi Quiroga Medina , News Editor
October 12, 2021
Common Grounds, a popular spot on campus to grab coffee or a snack, will be closed for the 2021-2022 school year until further notice. (Latecia Ragland)

Long lines, short staffed

Santi Quiroga Medina, News Editor
September 29, 2021
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