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January 2019
Professor of Old Testament Frank Spina to retire, free Faith & Co. begins in January, 2018 IRS form on the way, Autumn Quarter Dean’s List.


December 2018
President Martin’s Christmas message, staying on track to graduate, engineering and visual communication students collaborate for the Pacific Science Center.

November 2018
Scholarship info available online, video tour of the Nursing program’s new home, author of The Message, Eugene Peterson ’54, dies.

October 2018
Study resources for students, apply for the 2019–20 FAFSA, biology professor’s research in The New York Times.

September 2018
SPU unveils a new look, Parents’ Prayer Network, School of Health Sciences expands, new dining website.

August 2018
Video message from President Dan Martin, SPU freshens its brand, student jobs, Falcon formation, faith in the classroom.

June 2018
Special Olympics, Meet the Class of 2018, maximizing financial aid, faculty retirements,  graduate education programs.

May 2018
“BRAVE” parenting, SPU welcomes a new University chaplain, video: SPU’s Criminal Justice major, Commencement.

April 2018
SPU Jazz Ensemble on KNKX-88.5 FM, GiveBig 2018, student researcher Micailah Moore, intramural sports, Dean’s List.

March 2018
A video message from President Dan Martin, SPU in The New York Times, young church leaders, a student employment event.

February 2018
The Student Support Team, Homecoming and Family Weekend recap, new majors added; champion Falcon gymnast Darian Burns.

January 2018
Studying abroad; a student’s Disney internship; concerts now live streamed; Commencement 2018; video from










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