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Monday, November 22, 2004
 Volume # 268,  Issue # 9
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Community News
   The President's Christmas Study Break
   Library Survey Results
   Winner of Day of Common Learning Raffle

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   'Lives Are At Stake'

Academic Information
   SFS Undergrad Scholarship - Reference Reminder

Hello to Jessie! - who is one of the few that actually reads this newsletter and is graduating very soon! :)

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The President's Christmas Study Break
President and Mrs. Eaton invite you to the President's Christmas Study Break on Monday, December 6, from 8:00pm - 9:30pm. Come join us at the Hillford House, 600 West Dravus (across from Ashton Hall) to take a break from studying for five minutes or stay for a while! So please, come and join us for some fellowship and goodies! For more information contact Kendra Dye, kendra@spu.edu

Library Survey Results
The results are in! What did SPU students say about the library in the survey conducted in April 2004? A 20-page report is available from the library's web site. Please go to the library's home page and click on "2004 LibQUAL+ Survey Report." Thank you to those who participated in the survey. If you have further comments, please send them to the University Librarian at: doerksen@spu.edu.

Winner of Day of Common Learning Raffle
Congratulate Bethany Randolph! She won the Day of Common Learning Raffle--a $300 gift certificate for textbooks from our SPU bookstore. Also, thank you to everyone who participated in the Day of Common Learning. Your participation is what makes these events a success.

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'Lives Are At Stake'
Join Acting on AIDS for "Lives are at Stake" on World AIDS Day, December 1st. Visit the Loop throughout the day to recognize children impacted by AIDS and then at 9pm in Upper Gwinn - join the SPU students and faculty, Seattle area churches, and community members as they gather together for praise, worship, and reflection on the crisis. Special guest, Steve Haas, of World Vision will speak. You are also encouraged to participate in a day of prayer and fasting. Students can sign up for "The Great Gwinn Fast" and the money you would have spent on food goes towards fighting HIV/AIDS. CFE credit approved. For more information, contact Tulla Landis at ttlandis@spu.edu or call 888.876.2004.

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SFS Undergrad Scholarship - Reference Reminder
This is just a reminder that all materials for the SFS Undergrad Scholarship are due to the office of student financial services by 4:30pm, December 3rd. No late references or applications will be accepted!

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