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Spring 2005 | Volume 28, Number 1 | Campus

Third-Annual Garden Tour Set for June 4

IF YOU’RE A GARDENING enthusiast, or know someone who is, mark your calendar for June 4, 2005. That’s the date for the third annual Seattle Pacific University Queen Anne and Magnolia Garden Tour.

Following in the tradition of last year’s sold-out event, the 2005 Garden Tour begins on campus at 10 a.m. with a lecture, “The Abundant Garden: Creating Abundance Your Own Back Yard,” presented by Debra Prinzing ’81, author of The Abundant Garden. From there, guests will explore SPU’s award-winning gardens — guided by head gardener Jeff Daley — and select residential gardens on Queen Anne Hill and in Magnolia.

Tickets for the Seattle Pacific University Queen Anne and Magnolia Garden Tour are $20 per person ($25 on the day of the tour). To register, visit, call 206/281-2138.

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From the President
Can a university change the world? To reach such a goal, says Presi-dent Philip Eaton, “we've got to intensely sharpen our focus on the vision that drives us as a university.”

The Results Are In! [Campaign]
The Campaign for SPU raised $55.8 million, breaking all of the Uni-
versity's previous fundraising records.

Behind the Scenes [Faculty]
An exhibition celebrates SPU set designer Don Yanik in a retro-
spective showing 20 years of creative genius.

Engaging Artists [Alumni]
Medallion Awards go to three gifted alumni whose artistry “engages, provokes, and rattles the senses.”

Candid Camera [Books & Film]
Documentary filmmakers capture glimmers of hope for children in the Red Light district of Calcutta, India.

Making Memories [Athletics]
The Falcon women's basketball team reached the NCAA title game for the first time in the team's history.

My Response
For 1966 graduate Chi-Dooh “Skip” Li, the tragic case of Terri Schiavo hit close to home.

Back-Cover Art [New]
Response's popular back-cover
art makes its online debut with a painting by an SPU adjunct professor of art.

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