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Summer 2005 | Volume 28, Number 2 | Faculty

Joy in Mudville
Opening with a rousing rendition of “Casey at the Bat,” History Professor Bill Woodward became the first two-time Weter Faculty Award winner in 2005. His presentation compared “the American dream” to true biblical hope. “The American promise,” he said, “has often functioned as a pipe dream, even a cruel hoax.”

SPU Bids Farewell to a Dynamic Duo

Professor’s Acclaimed California Exhibition Inspired by the Northwest’s Gray Skies

What’s in a Signature?
A university’s distinctives can be considered its signature, says SPU President Philip Eaton. “I want to see us at Seattle Pacific become even more clear about our identity, to search deep down for our signatures.” [President]

No Limits
Local grade school and high school students set their sights on a university education after visiting SPU. [Campus]

A Display of Intelligence
A 1991 alumna is helping national intelligence agencies fight the global war on terror through her innovative ideas. [Alumni]

After the Jedi
Response reflects on history’s most successful movie franchise, “Star Wars,” and how it and other movies have shaped culture. [Books & Film]

Falcon’s No. 20 and Huskies’ No. 20 team up to share their faith in public appearances off the basketball court. [Athletics]

My Response
Kevin Lakey, a 2005 graduate, reflects on a life-changing accident, blessings, and God’s grace.

Back-Cover Art
Response remembers Jimi Lott, longtime photographer for SPU, Response, and The Seattle Times.

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