| Free Web Services Available
ALUMNI ARE INVITED to take advantage of a number
of free Web services simply by visiting the Seattle Pacific University
Web site at www.spu.edu. Among
the many opportunities you’ll find there are:
Free E-Mail for Graduates Since 1992.
Go to www.spu.edu/help/email/alumni.asp.
Beginning in 2000, Seattle Pacific has allowed new graduates to continue
using the e-mail addresses they established as students. Now the
University is extending that offer to all alumni who graduated in
autumn 1992 or after. Follow the directions to activate your own “spu.edu” e-mail address.
Free Career Assistance. Go to www.spu.edu/depts/cdc. At
this newly expanded Web site maintained by SPU’s Career Development
Center, you’ll find information on hundreds of occupations (eChoices),
how to prepare for a job search, graduate schools, career development
for experienced professionals (DBM Career Services) and career fairs
around the Puget Sound area — as well as access to JobNet, Monster
Track and other job-posting services.
Free Classifieds. Go to www.spu.edu and click on
You’ll find items for sale, housing for rent or sale, even volunteer
opportunities and free merchandise. Follow the directions and place
your own ad to be seen by the entire Seattle Pacific community.
Free eCards. Go to www.spu.edu and click on “eCards.”
Now you can send messages to family and friends accompanied by photographs
featuring gorgeous shots of the SPU campus, the city of Seattle
and Mt. Rainier.
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From the President
The purpose of the Campaign for Seattle Pacific is bigger than ourselves.
"We are really investing in a venture of change and hope,"
says President Philip Eaton.
SPU Musicians Play Benaroya
For the third Christmas season in a row, SPU takes "The Sacred
Sounds of Christmas" downtown, performing in Benaroya Hall.
Reconciliation in South
Professor of English Susan Gallagher spotlights truth and reconciliation
in South Africa in her new book, as the African nation moves beyond
Intramural sports go back to the early 20th century at Seattle Pacific.
Their enormous success today is in large part to Howie Kellogg,
director of intramural and club sports. [Athletics]
Gary Ames, who funded the $1 million Ames Initiative on Diversity
at SPU with his wife, talks about the power gained through diversity.