SPU Primo: Search the SPU Library and Beyond
And so it begins. Welcome back to a new year, students. As you begin your work anew this Fall, please stop by the Library, where we will be happy to answer questions and provide aid in any way we can.
The Library is pleased to host a display from the SPU Archives, detailing the history of Seattle Pacific’s mascot, the Falcon. Come see a host of materials demonstrating the many uses of the noble bird over the past 80 years by the university. The display is located on the south wall of the main floor of the Library.
The SPU Library owns a wide variety of popular and classic films. From “The Searchers” to “The Life of Pi”, all titles are available for one-week checkout. The DVD collection is located in the first shelving unit on the main level, with most popular movies in the PN1995 to PN1997 call-number range. You can search for specific titles, using our online discovery system, and titles we don't own can often be requested through Summit.
Learning for the Love of God: A Student's Guide to Academic Faithfulness by Donald Opitz and Derek Melleby
Call Number: BV 4531.3 .O65 2014
In a book that explores the coming together of faith and academia, authors Opitz and Melleby, both experienced in the world of college youth ministry, discuss the importance of learning as an act of faith, and of treating education as vocation.