Demaray Hall joins other iconic buildings for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.
America’s first woman Secretary of State and the keynote speaker for SPU’s Downtown Business Breakfast comes to campus.
Doris Brougham ’53, one of the leading English language teachers in Asia, will be joined by the Heavenly Melody Choir.
The Seattle City Council recently approved landmark designation for Alexander Hall, the first campus building built in 1893.
The public is invited to campus for a series of upcoming lectures, workshops, concerts, theatre productions, and more.
The Falcons offer programs in gymnastics, basketball, running, soccer, and volleyball for middle and high school students.
Congratulations! Now plan to attend this two-day event just for admitted students.
Education Professor Scott Beers comments on the lost practice of cursive writing in an interview for National Public Radio.
Erin O’Connell is the first female president of the USRowing Board of Directors, the governing body for the sport of rowing in the U.S.
The latest issue of SPU’s Response magazine looks at community partnerships with public schools.
Some members of the SPU Class of 2000 didn’t get to reconnect at their 10-year reunion, but they’ve been in touch. They’re busy working to improve the lives of people in Haiti.
The SPU School of Theology received two grants totalling $1 million for new graduate programs.
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