Baseball: Genesis to Numbers
Professor of History Bill Woodward is on a lecture tour throughout small-town Washington for "Inquiring Mind," a successful project of the Washington Commission for the Humanities. One of his popular lectures presents the history of baseball as a microcosm of the history of America.
Moore Completes National Role in Advising Medical Students
Adeney's Book Urges Christians to Connect With Muslim Women
Article Reveals "Invisible" Immigrants: Women Who Lose Status in the U.S.
In Seattle Times Essay, Wolfe Defends Priestly Celibacy, Urges Church Reform
Shedding Light on OLEDs: Phelan's Research Makes Journal Cover Story
The Truth About Right and Wrong: Cuneo Publishes Work on Ethics
From the President
The Board of Trustees adopted a new SPU mission statement in May 2002. "I believe passionately in what we are trying to articulate here," says President Philip Eaton.
Graduates celebrate their hard-earned diplomas and create The Class of 2002 Endowment. [Campus]
Tiffany Bricks Project
Alumni, friends and members of the SPU community are invited to purchase and inscribe a brick from the former Tiffany Hall. Funds will directly benefit student scholarships.
Varsity Pair Rows to Gold
The Falcon women's varsity pair crew shell rowed to its first national championship gold medal in the Dad Vail Regatta.
Nick Glancy, Class of 2002, writes about September 11, the Gospel of John and J.R.R. Tolkien in this new Response department.