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Spring 2005 | Volume 28, Number 1 | Campaign

Campaign Income by Contribution Range

Campaign Results by Initiative

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Total giving to The Campaign for SPU surpassed the goal of $52.85 million by $2.95 million. The $55.8 million raised went to support five campaign initiatives critical to SPU’s future.

Leading the way was the Endowment Initiative with $29.4 million, exceeding its goal by $8.4 million. The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development Initiative yielded $7.7 million to support key educational programs. With $2.2 million in gifts to the Science Initiative and funds raised through a bond issue, SPU invested a total of $34 million in the sciences during The Campaign. Donors contributed $8.8 million toward student scholarships through the University Fund Initiative and $7.7 million toward specific projects through the Restricted Annual Fund Initiative.






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From the President
Can a university change the world? To reach such a goal, says Presi-dent Philip Eaton, “we've got to intensely sharpen our focus on the vision that drives us as a university.”

Celebrating African Composers [Campus]
Raised between two cultures, musician William Chapman Nyaho finds a way to bridge them.

Behind the Scenes [Faculty]
An exhibition celebrates SPU set designer Don Yanik in a retro-
spective showing 20 years of creative genius.

Engaging Artists [Alumni]
Medallion Awards go to three gifted alumni whose artistry “engages, provokes, and rattles the senses.”

Candid Camera [Books & Film]
Documentary filmmakers capture glimmers of hope for children in the Red Light district of Calcutta, India.

Making Memories [Athletics]
The Falcon women's basketball team reached the NCAA title game for the first time in the team's history.

My Response
For 1966 graduate Chi-Dooh “Skip” Li, the tragic case of Terri Schiavo hit close to home.

Back-Cover Art [New]
Response's popular back-cover
art makes its online debut with a painting by an SPU adjunct professor of art.

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