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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
 Volume # 269,  Issue # 32
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Scholarship Opportunities
   R.O.T.C. Nursing Scholarship

Community News
   Europe Trip, France/Spain, 2006
   Passionate about SPU?
   Attention Future Filmmakers!
   Classified What?

Internships, Jobs & Classifieds
   Spend Your Summer in Paradise!
   Summer Jobs & The On-Call List


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R.O.T.C. Nursing Scholarship
This R.O.T.C. Nursing Scholarship is available for incoming freshman and transfer students. You must be a full-time student, taking ROTC classes as an elective in order to apply. The scholarship amounts varies up to a maximum of $20,000 a year for tuition, additionally, a yearly book allowance of $900. Finally, a monthly stipend starting at $250 your freshman year and increasing yearly to $400 your senior year. This scholarship is based on enrollment and status in the R.O.T.C. program and acceptance into a Nursing program. If you have questions call the R.O.T.C. Recruiting Office at (206)-543-9010 or visit their website at http://depts.washington.edu/armyrotc/Scholarship.htm#nursing .

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Europe Trip, France/Spain, 2006
Register early for the "Paris, Loire Valley, and Barcelona" tour set for July 13-24, 2006! The tour includes Paris, Versailles, Chartres Cathedral (famous stained glass windows), grand ch‚teaux of the Loire Valley, the Dordogne region (prehistoric cave paintings), the Medieval walled town of Carcassonne, Salvador DalÓ's Museum in Figueras, Spain, and ends in Barcelona. The trip is open to students, adults, and friends. A $95 registration fee holds your space and, if paid by June 30, 2005, locks in current rates of $3,360 (23 or younger) and $3,785 (24 or older). Rates include RT airfare, hotels, two meals/day, ground transportation, museum entrances, and a guide. Final payment is due March 1, 2006. Alternate flight arrangements may be made for an extended stay. For full details and to register online, go to: www.acis.com/web.asp?site=Haas48906 or contact Susan Haas at haass@spu.edu or (206)-522-0693. This trip is facilitated by ACIS (American Council for International Study) and is not sponsored by Seattle Pacific University.

Passionate about SPU?
Do you have a passion for the media on this campus? If so, apply to be a student representative on the Board of Student Media. Student representatives on the Board of Student Media actively participate in the oversight of the Cascade, the Falcon, Lingua and KSPU. There are 2 student at large positions available for the 2005-2006 Board of Student Media. Applications are available in the ASSP Office and are due on Tuesday June 7 by 5:00 p.m. For more information or any questions contact Jessica Whitehead at (206)-281-2499 or whitej1@spu.edu.

Attention Future Filmmakers!
Call for Entries for the 2nd Annual Cascadia Film Festival. This event is sponsored By Cinema Club at Cascadia Community College. The event is Saturday May 28 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Films must be 15 minutes and under; submitted on DVD (preferred) or VHS with a brief synopsis of film and contact information including name of film, Director, & production information. Anything from a music video to an experimental film all will be considered. For more information please contact Nick Rexroat at (206)-794-6577 or Archie31284@aol.com . All SPU students and staff are welcome to attend this film festival: it is free to everyone and refreshments will be served.

Classified What?
Hey Students! Don't forget to check out the Classifieds at the end of the year. Need a job? Another roommate? Some used furniture for your apartment? An apartment for your used furniture? Your first car or van (hopefully not for your furniture)? All of that and more is just waiting for you in the Classifieds. You can access the Classifieds at http://www.spu.edu/webApps/classifieds/Main.asp or off of SPU's home page under the SPU Virtual Campus link. For more information please contact CIS at help@spu.edu or (206)-281-2982

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Spend Your Summer in Paradise!
Our Lady of the Rock Benedictine Monastery of Women of Beautiful Shaw Island in the San Juans is looking for summer or fall interns to help out on our 300 acre farm. We offer room and board and a cahnce for classes in Gregorian Chant and Latin as well as learning about animals and the farm. For more information please visit Our Lady of the Rock Benedictine Monastery at www.rockisland.com/~mhildegard or contact Mother Hildegard at mhildegard@rockisland.com .

Summer Jobs & The On-Call List
Summer jobs are being posted to the job board outside of student financial services as well as on the web at www.spu.edu/studentjobs. Work is available on campus as well as off campus. State Work Study jobs are available based on student eligibility. Students that will be in the Seattle area over the summer are encouraged to sign up for the On-Call List. This list of names and email addresses will be sent to local residents in need of part-time help. Sign up before June 10. For more information please visit: http://www.spu.edu/depts/sfs/student_employment/ose_on_call_signup.asp .

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