President's View

For Such a Time as This Feature
September 11, 2001, brings SPU's vision into sharp focus, writes President Philip Eaton. "For days and weeks, as we gazed at those smoldering piles of rubble and bodies, I became more convinced than ever that we are on the right track."

President Eaton Conveys the SPU Vision


Christians in a Changed WorldFeature
How should Christians respond to the events of September 11? Eight guest authors reflect on the tragedy and the new world realities we face.

Community Bulletin BoardFeature
For some SPU students and alumni around the world, "writing home" to their alma mater was a natural way of expressing shock, grief and anger.

Dedication and ExcavationFeature
In one momentous day, SPU opened the first new residence hall on campus since the 1960s, and broke ground for a new science building.

Reading in the Common Curriculum
For freshmen, reading The Chosen by Chaim Potok is a journey of self-discovery. You're invited to join them in exploring one of the most popular texts in the Common Curriculum.

Campus News

Live in BenaroyaFeature
SPU's Concert Choir and Symphonic Wind Ensemble take to the stage in Seattle's premier concert facility as part of the 2001-2003 Community Events Series.

University Calendarlink
Autumn events are in full swing, including a murder mystery in E.E. Bach Theatre and the annual Christmas Tradition. And don't forget to mark your calendars for Homecoming!

Les Steele Named Vice President for Academic Affairs

SPU Welcomes New Dean of the School of Business and Economics

Phonathon Scores Big

Falcons Fly in New ConferenceFeature
SPU joined nine other regional colleges and universities to form the Great Northwest Athletic Conference this fall. "I am ecstatic," says Ken Bone, men's basketball coach.

Fall Sports in Post-Season Contention

Fans Like What They See in Women's Soccer

Basketball Teams Should Be Tough

Society of Fellows Barge Tour in France

Alumni Directory Nearing Completion

Cast Your Vote on Amendments to the Alumni Constitution


Emeriti, Fellows and Friends



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