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  • Bill Woodward

    Thursday Food for Thought

    Feb 19, 2013

    History Professor Bill Woodward discusses his research about the history of coast artillery forts.

  • Rick Steele

    Research Behind Bars

    Feb 18, 2013

    Theology Professor Rick Steele explores literature written by Christians imprisoned for their faith.

  • Seattle Pacific University

    Student Creativity Competition

    Feb 17, 2013

    As part of the Inaugural Year, President Martin wants to hear your voice on how the University can advance its mission.

  • Clock tower

    Summer Conference Location?

    Feb 16, 2013

    United Way and the Suzuki Institute are some of the many nonprofit groups who meet on campus during the summer.

  • etc Winter 2013

    Real Stories

    Feb 15, 2013

    etc magazine tells the stories that make us uniquely SPU.

  • Falcons

    Falcons at Home

    Feb 13, 2013

    Women’s gymnastics, and the men’s and women’s basketball teams play in Royal Brougham Pavilion this week.

  • Tom Trzyna

    Thursday Food for Thought

    Feb 12, 2013

    Professor of English Tom Trzyna reads from his new book, Le Clézio's Spiritual Quest.

  • Gospel Choir Performance

    Upcoming Events

    Feb 9, 2013

    The public is invited to come to campus for a series of upcoming lectures, workshops, concerts, theatre productions, and more.

  • Gymnast

    Falcons at Home

    Feb 7, 2013

    The women gymnasts host San Jose State on Friday night.

  • Sally Jewell

    An Interview With Sally Jewell

    Feb 6, 2013

    In 2009, the nominee for secretary of the interior was interviewed by the Center for Integrity in Business' Ethix magazine.


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.