You're Invited to "Light the Flame" at Homecoming 2003!
HAS IT BEEN A WHILE since you've been "back home" to Seattle Pacific University? Have you heard about the new science building or the gourmet Gwinn Commons dining experience? And what's this about a new residence hall and a part of campus now named Tiffany Loop?
Why not satisfy your curiosity and help "Light the Flame" at SPU Homecoming 2003?
Homecoming is the biggest all-campus celebration of the year. Scheduled January 30-February 1, Homecoming 2003 events include traditional favorites like class reunions, the Alumnus of the Year Chapel, Student Talent Show, Falcon basketball and the President's Luncheon. Enjoy the Alumni Choir and the delightful Homecoming theatre production of The Last Night at Ballyhoo. You'll reconnect with old friends, professors, roommates and familiar hangouts.
Make this your year to come back home. For advance information, call the Alumni Center at 206/281-ALUM. Watch for your Homecoming 2003 "Light the Flame" brochure and schedule of events mailing in early January.
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From the President
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