Men Rebound After Slow Season Start
FOR THE SECOND YEAR in a row, Coach Jeff Hironaka’s men’s basketball
program put together a late run at a postseason berth, only to
come up just short. The upside is that there is plenty of positive
momentum and the Falcons have all five starters due back in 2004–2005.
Seattle Pacific University rebounded from a sluggish start to
win five of its last seven and finish 14–13. Among the returnees will
be all-region center Jason Chivers and GNAC Freshman of the Year
Dustin Bremerman. Another returnee, Ralph Steele, led the nation
in free-throw shooting (91.1 percent), while the Falcons were first
among teams at 79.4 percent.
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From the President
As today’s opinion-shapers declare the Christian message irrelevant, Seattle Pacific University President Philip Eaton reminds us: “For two billion people, the resurrection of Jesus Christ changed everything.”
“This Is Our Campaign”
Creativity and commitment are the hallmarks of faculty contributions, including finding precision science equipment and seeking grants. [Campaign]
Acting on AIDS
A student-led campaign encouraging a Christian response to a world pandemic had the campus seeing orange. [Campus]
When Disaster Strikes
As senior development officer for Northwest Medical Teams, alumnus Dick Frederick ’63
helps deliver care to those who need it most. [Alumni
Fact or Fiction?
A new Response department reviews the best-seller The Da Vinci Code.
Why is this page-turner disturbing so many Christians? [Books & Film]
Nicaraguan native Maria Antonia Caldera Hunter ’89 tells of an SPU study tour to her homeland that showed her the presence of Christ in unlikely places.