President's View

A University Without WallsFeature
With the $1 million Ames Initiative underway, President Philip Eaton shares his vision of the University's doors opened wide, welcoming more ethnic minority students. "I am convinced that a primary task for Christians in the 21st century is to dismantle walls that divide," he says.

President Eaton Conveys the SPU Vision

Eaton on List of "Top 100 People of Power"


Redeeming the FutureFeature
Teams from 13 Christian colleges and universities met at SPU this spring to discuss what they believe is a biblical mandate: ensuring access and success for minority students.

Gift Adds MomentumFeature
For Gary and Barbara Ames, racial and ethnic diversity is part of the richness of God's world. They recently gave $1 million toward scholarships for students of color at SPU.

Just What Is Good Business?Feature
Before its stunning collapse, Enron was considered a model business. Dean Jeff Van Duzer and Professor Kenman Wong propose a different definition of good business.

Business Students Applaud Northwest Companies

Career and CallingFeature
A new $2 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will aid SPU students in drawing upon their Christian faith when making career decisions.

Following the Call Into Life and Livelihood

Vocation on ScreenFeature
"Dead Man Walking" and "The Apostle" were two of the offerings at the SPU Film Festival in April. Students viewed and discussed five films dealing with faith and vocation.

Campus News

Let Freedom RingFeature
At SPU's annual downtown breakfast in April, former U.S. Ambassador Robert Seiple argued that freedom of religion is key to a peaceful world.

University Calendarlink
End-of-the year events include campus concerts by each of the major performing groups, Ivy Cutting, Commencement and a 50-year reunion for the Class of 1952.

Business Students Applaud Northwest Companies

Response Honored Again by CASE

SPU Files Casey Master Plan

Schoenhals Symposium Brings Pianist to SPU

Sculpture Explores Old-New Exchange

Award-Winners: Two Journals Receive Top Honors

University Fund Going Strong

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A Vital Network of SPU Women: The Alumnae Falconettes

There's Still Room on This Summer's Fellows Tour of France!

Alumni Scientists Receive Medallion Awards at Homecoming

Medallion Award Correction

The Falcons' Newest StarterFeature
As Ken Bone left to join the Huskies, longtime assistant coach Jeff Hironaka was named to lead the Falcon men's basketball program. "I plan to take us to the top," he says.

Huskies Select Bone for Hoops Staff

Gymnasts and Hoopsters Reach Postseason

Weather Doesn't Dampen Spring Sports




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