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Winter 2004 | Volume 26, Number 5 | Campus

Planning for Casey’s Future
SPU faces challenges in its efforts to retain and maintain Camp Casey while working to preserve its historic and environmental resources. “All of our options have advantages and disadvantages, and each will be studied carefully,” explains Donald Mortenson, SPU vice president for business and planning.

Schoenhals Symposium Celebrates Gospel Music With Two Visiting Artists

SPU Joins University Consortium Offering Tomorrow’s Tuition at Today’s Prices

From the President
With eight years of experience in business and nearly 30 years in higher education, President Philip Eaton brings a unique perspective to the subject of good business. “For me,” he says, “business is all about investing in a worthy vision.”

Circle of Influence Grows
Nearly 4,000 new donors have supported The Campaign for SPU, including those with no previous connection to Seattle Pacific. [Campaign]

Talk About Imagination
Professors of physics and art probe the “brilliant bridge” between their two disciplines. [Faculty]

You Can Go Home Again!
Hundreds of SPU alumni and families returned to campus for Homecoming. See photos of “Discover More in ‘04.” [Alumni]

Legends of the Falcons
The Falcon Legends Athletic Hall of Fame inducted the Class of 2004, including a celebrated coach and four honored athletes. [Athletics]

My Response
Professor Rick Steele writes a letter to SPU community members about the “divine grace” he and his daughter, Sarah, experienced at “The Sacred Sounds of Christmas.”