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Winter 2006 | Volume 29, Number 1 | Campus

Katrina's Call
Soon after Hurricane Katrina left 95,000 square miles of devastation in the Gulf Coast, SPU professors, graduate students, and staff members traveled east to serve those who’d been displaced. On SPU’s campus, college students from the Gulf Coast arrived.

Selectivity Increases With a Record Number of Undergraduate Applications to SPU

University Scholars Spend Autumn Term Studying at Oxford University

Peterson Hall, SPU’s Second Oldest Building, Celebrates Its 100th Birthday in December

Lilly Grant Supports Summer Service Jobs

A Ministry of Reconciliation: Hairston Reflects on the Perkins Center’s First Year

A Conversion of the Imagination
2014: A Blueprint for Excellence shows "Seattle Pacific will be a place that knows and understands what's going on in the world, and it will be a place that embraces the Christian story," says President Philip Eaton. [President]

Allowing Scripture to Transform Our Lives
Kerry Dearborn, associate professor of theology, contributes introductions and study notes to the Renovaré Spiritual Study Bible. [Faculty]

Quality Always
Alumni of the Year, Kathi and Jerry Teel, live out their Vitamilk Diary slogan, "Quality Always," in all areas of their lives. [Alumni]

The Gospel According to Miller
Author of best-selling book, Blue Like Jazz, tells SPU students that "engaging the culture is not rocket science." [Books & Film]

Field Goals
Courted by Division I soccer teams while in high school, stand-out Falcon forward, Sarah Martinez, hits goals on and off the field. [Athletics]

My Response
John Perkins writes a letter to Seattle Pacific about God's grace during and after Hurricane Katrina.

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