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From the President
The purpose of the Campaign for Seattle Pacific, says President Philip
Eaton, is bigger than ourselves. "We are really investing in
a venture of change and hope."
Musicians Play Benaroya
For the third Christmas season in a row, SPU takes "The Sacred
Sounds of Christmas" downtown, performing in Benaroya Hall.
Meet the Alumni Board President
After 30 years, Darlene Hartley rediscovered her alma mater, reconnected
with fellow alums — and got a very warm welcome. [Alumni]
Reconciliation in South
Professor of English Susan Gallagher spotlights the writings of
South African exiles and prisoners in her new book. [Faculty]
Intramural sports go back to Seattle Pacific's beginnings. Their
enormous success today is due in large part to Howie Kellogg, director
of intramural and club sports. [Athletics]
Gary Ames, whose family foundation funded the Ames Initiative on
Diversity at SPU, talks about using his retirement to champion the
causes in which he believes.