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  • Theatre Major and Director

    Jul 11, 2013

    A local newspaper interviews student Tucker Goodman, director of “Kiss Me Kate” at the Village Theatre.

  • Youth Soccer

    SPU Youth Sports Camps

    Jul 9, 2013

    The camps are led by Falcon coaches and emphasize individual and team fundamental skills.

  • Kate Calamusa

    Young Alumna of the Year

    Jul 8, 2013

    Meet Kate Calamusa ’07, a senior fashion writer for the e-commerce shoe division of Nordstrom.

  • Cindy Fitch

    Remembering a Former Professor

    Jul 3, 2013

    The new endowment in honor of Dr. Cindy Fitch-Steenson will benefit pre-professional health science students.

  • Summer at SPU

    Take a Summer Class

    Jul 3, 2013

    The next session begins July 8 with courses for undergraduates and graduates.

  • Teaching

    Endorsements for Teachers

    Jul 2, 2013

    The School of Education offers many Washington state endorsement programs for teachers.

  • Joseph Williams

    New Business School Dean

    Jul 1, 2013

    Dr. Joseph Williams, a Microsoft executive, is now the dean of the School of Business and Economics.

  • Flag at half staff

    Flags at Half-Staff

    Jul 1, 2013

    Campus flags are at half-staff today in memory of Spc. Robert Ellis of Kennewick, Washington.

  • Person Reading the Bible Under a Tree

    Take a Class This Summer

    Jun 27, 2013

    Undergraduate and graduate sessions are offered during the summer. The next session begins July 8.

  • Students

    Psychology Graduate Programs

    Jun 26, 2013

    Learn about clinical psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and marriage and family therapy at an open house.


Classmates Unite to Help Haitians

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.

Large Grant for New Graduate Programs

The SPU School of Theology received two grants totalling $1 million for new graduate programs.