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Summer 2004 | Volume 26, Number 7 | Campus

Honor Roles
A President’s Chapel in May honored five faculty and staff members for their individual excellence. Response asked them each about what keeps them passionate about their work at Seattle Pacific.

Student Mission Teams Serve Short-Term Over a Long Weekend in California

Response Readers Help Solve the Mystery of Toshiko Senda’s Graduation

You’re Invited to the Dedication of Otto Miller Hall on September 22

President’s Symposia to Feature John Perkins, John Medina and N.T. Wright

SPU Welcomes 1,000 Visitors to Campus for Second-Annual Garden Tour

SPU Appoints Mícheál Roe to Head the School of Psychology , Family and Community

From the President
As Seattle Pacific University gains notice nationwide, President Philip Eaton challenges the community. “Build your city on a hill so everyone can see what you are doing,” he writes. “Build a reputation.”

Equipped for Success
An endowment helped 2003 graduate Vickerie Williams gain the confidence to become a key employee with Philips Medical Systems. [Campaign]

Three Faculty Say Good-Bye
As they retire, three professors mark the completion of their remarkable careers at Seattle Pacific University and beyond. [Faculty]

The 2004 Medallion Awards
Alumni awards spotlight 10 Seattle Pacific graduates who have engaged the culture in various ways. [Alumni]

Attack of the Big-Screen Clones
Response reviews some of Hollywood’s film portrayals of cloning and related topics. See which ones may be worth your time watching. [Books & Film]

The Heritage Mile
Before her hip-replacement surgery, Doris Heritage and 200 of her students and friends ran a final mile together — and raised money for the Heritage Scholarship Endowment. [Athletics]

My Response
Debra Prinzing, 1981 SPU alumna, helps readers find God in their gardens. “… I think the pursuit of beauty in the garden is a pursuit to know God better,” she says.