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  • Women Who ROCK

    Come Visit in April

    Apr 21, 2012

    SPU Fridays include class visits, a student and faculty panel, financial aid information, and lunch in Gwinn Commons.

  • Greg Wolfe

    Wolfe’s Op-ed in Wall Street Journal

    Apr 20, 2012

    SPU Writer-in-Residence Gregory Wolfe reflects on the life and work of artist Thomas Kinkade.

  • McFarland

    Plastics and Food

    Apr 20, 2012

    Local station KCPQ-TV interviewed Biochemistry Professor Ben McFarland about plastics and its effect on food.

  • Photo: SPU sign on campus

    A Video Tour

    Apr 19, 2012

    See the campus and hear from students about life at SPU!

  • Rashomon

    SPU Theatre Presents “Rashomon”

    Apr 17, 2012

    This famous Japanese murder mystery examines notions of truth and morality.

  • Heidi McElrath

    “Thursday Food for Thought”

    Apr 17, 2012

    Heidi McElrath, editor of SPU's student literature and art journal Lingua, will present a selection of readings.

  • President Eaton

    “A Lasting Influence”

    Apr 16, 2012

    An op-ed by The Seattle Times pays tribute to President Eaton.

  • Teng

    A Different Kind of Competition

    Apr 16, 2012

    The Social Venture Plan Competition showcases student teams and their business plans to solve social problems.

  • Rebekah Rice

    "Death and Life Again"

    Apr 15, 2012

    Philosophy Professor Rebekah Rice gives the annual Winifred E. Weter Faculty Award Lecture for Meritorious Scholarship.

  • Aggregate

    Senior Art Work on Display

    Apr 14, 2012

    SPU’s Art Center Gallery is featuring the work of graduating seniors in the art program.

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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.

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