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Quote of the Week:   “The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life." - Plato, The Republic


Monday, March 17, 2003
 Volume # 258,  Issue # 77
 Published by Student Life
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CONTENTS

Community News
   Last week for Meal Plan Changes
   Hall Council Executive Elections
   Free Airport Shuttle

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   Student Ministry Coordinator Program Application's

Campus Related Events
   May Day Luau Dinner
   Last Home Gymnastics Meet

Academic Information
   Think there are no scholarships out there for you?
   Edith Langley Memorial Scholarship for Nursing Students

Enrichment Opportunities
   Getting Married? Know Someone Who Is?

COMMUNITY NEWS

Last week for Meal Plan Changes
This is the Last Week to change your Meal Plan for the upcoming spring quarter. If you wish to change your meal plan, please come in to University Services and ask to fill out a Meal Plan Change Form. You need only fill out a form if you wish to Change your current plan. The deadline for changing your plan is Friday March 21 - this is the absolute last day to make meal plan changes, and no exceptions will be made. Please keep in mind that if you live in a residence hall, you are required to have one of the “metal" meal plans (Platinum, Gold, Copper, Silver, or Bronze). Robbins residents may opt for either the Robbins Plan or a Block 50. Important: If you live in Robbins and currently have a Block 50 plan, you must fill out another meal plan change form to have another Block 50 for the spring quarter (otherwise you will get the Robbins Plan).


Hall Council Executive Elections
Interested in serving your Hall community and being a part of campus leadership? Apply to be a part of your Hall Council! Applications for Hall Council Executive positions are available beginning Monday, March 31 in the Office of Residence Life and in the Ashton, Emerson, Hill, Moyer and Robbins lobbies. Completed applications are due on Monday, April 14 in the Office of Residence Life. See your Hall Council for details. For more information, please see your RLC, your current HC Executive, or contact Laura Partridge at (206) 286-7250.


Free Airport Shuttle
Need a ride to the airport? How about a free shuttle! Queen Anne United Methodist Church is providing free transportation on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of finals week. To contact Queen Anne Methodist Church for a free shuttle ride call Alice Rowe at (206)281-1745 or e-mail at arowe@premier1.ne. Take advantage of this wonderful gift!


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CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Student Ministry Coordinator Program Application's
Are you interested in serving other students through on-campus ministry? Apply to be part of the Student Ministry Coordinator Program. Applications are now available for all positions in the SMC Program: Student Ministry Coordinator (on each floor), Residence Hall Ministry Coordinator (in each hall), and SMC Program Coordinator (CSMC). Pick up your application on the second floor of the SUB, or download from http://www.spu.edu/depts/ocm/files.asp?files=all. All applications are due March 21. For more information, contact the current CSMC, Celia Wolff, at silwolff@spu.edu or by phone at (206) 281-2457.


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CAMPUS RELATED EVENTS

May Day Luau Dinner
Come join the Hawaii Club/Ohana Cadre for our May Day Luau Dinner! On Monday, May 5 from 5:00 -7:00p.m. in Gwinn Commons. Authentic Hawaiian dinner and cultural program (includes hula and Hawaiian music) presented by the Hawaii Club/Ohana Cadre. We'll see you there! Aloha!


Last Home Gymnastics Meet
Going to be around for break? Come watch the SPU gymnastics team Saturday, March 22 at 7:00p.m. as they compete in their final home meet. The team's seniors will be recognized that evening. Complimentary tickets will be available to students who show their SPU ID at the ticket window - no advance pick-ups.


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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Think there are no scholarships out there for you?
There are scholarships out there for everyone! www.finaid.org lists many different types of scholarships that are available for 2003-2004. From knowledge of Klingon language to the best All-American apple pie recipe, there may be something you qualify for! The following link is for "unusual scholarships" http://www.finaid.org/scholarships/unusual.phtml. www.finaid.org also has lots of great information about general financial aid, grants, and scholarships. Visit soon because most deadlines are rapidly approaching. [link]


Edith Langley Memorial Scholarship for Nursing Students
This $250.00 scholarship will be awarded to: An undergrad pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing at a Western Washington college or university, a re-entry student: over the age of 25 with 5 or more years of interruption during a full-time educational career, student with 3.0 GPA, State of WA resident, or someone with demonstrated financial need. Applications are available in the scholarship folder in Student Financial Services and are due July 1. For more info, please contact the University of Washington Women's Center at (206) 685-1090 or womens@u.washington.edu.


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ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Getting Married? Know Someone Who Is?
Join Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott and the Center for Relationship Development for the tenth annual "Saving Your Marriage before It Starts" seminar on Saturday, April 5, from 8:30a.m. - 4:00p.m. Registration is $150.00 per couple and includes seminar attendance, a catered lunch, and goodies! Due to popularity, space is limited, so hurry and sign up! Contact us at (206) 281-2543 or crd@spu.edu for more information.


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