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A Thousand Aha Moments

Three SPU engineering students invented “The Falcon Hand” with 200,000 amputees in a Syrian refugee camp in mind.

George Scranton

Arts & Culture

“King of the Stage”

Shakespeare’s “King Lear” comes to life with retiring Professor of Theatre George Scranton in the title role.

Grace Note

Grace Note

The Power of History

When Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison “met” this female 19th century evangelist, she found surprising intersections between their lives.

Falcon

Alumni

Maximum Maroon

This recap brings you the highlights of Homecoming 2015 — including popular events and lots of new photos.

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“College Barber Shop”

From students to Seattle Pacific presidents, this family has been styling Falcon hair for three generations.

A Legend of Gospel Music

Stephen Michael Newby, associate professor of music, honors the legacy of gospel music legend Andrae Crouch.

Making History New

SPU’s oldest building, Alexander Hall, is new again with the Restore Alexander Hall Project. You can get involved.

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Faith and Film

Summer 2003

Three film critics review Hollywood’s impact on religion — and vice versa. More »

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