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Monday, April 19, 2004
 Volume # 259,  Issue # 11
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CONTENTS

Scholarship Opportunities
   Christian Community Credit Union
   Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
   The Women's Century Club
   More Scholarships!

Community News
   "Respect Your Body Week 2004" THIS WEEK!
   "Most Postive Ad" Contest

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   2004-2005 Senate Applications Available

Campus Related Events
   Let's Talk About Sex... Again.
   Summit Challenge 2004
   3rd annual QUEST: SPU women seeking to serve
   Give Blood, Save a Life.
   Mission LA is Coming...

Academic Information
   Pysch Night Tomorrow

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Christian Community Credit Union
Christian Community Credit Union's Focused on the Future Scholarship Program is giving $30,000 in scholarships for the 2004 academic year. The scholarships range from $500 to $2,000 and are open to members of Christian Community Credit Union. Students must be enrolled in 12 credits or more for undergraduate students or 8 credits for graduate and post-graduate students. Scholarship applications can be found in the Student Financial Services office or at the CCCU website at www.mycccu.com. Guidelines for the scholarship are also located on their website. All application materials are due June 15, 2004. If you have questions please contact Glenda at Glenda@spu.edu.


Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is awarded a $1,000 scholarship to all currently enrolled, full-time accounting or criminal justice majors attending a four year university. The requirements are a completed application, original essay (250-500) words, copy of transcript and three letters of recommendation. Application deadline is April 30 and can be found at http://www.cfenet.com/services/scholarships.asp or in the SFS office. If you have any questions please contact Glenda at Glenda@spu.edu.


The Women's Century Club
The Women's Century Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to women interested in furthering their education-in the fields of Fine Arts; Music; Medicine or Nursing; or Women's Studies. They are excited to offer a $1,000 scholarship to a financially needy woman who is registered in any one of these programs. Applications can be found in the Student Financial Services office and are due no later than July 5, 2004. If you have questions please contact Glenda at Glenda@spu.edu.


More Scholarships!
These aren't the only scholarships available! Come check out the scholarship notebook located in the Student Financial Services office located in lower Demaray. This notebook is updated daily with new and exciting scholarships! You can also check out the FastWeb website at www.fastweb.com and look for more scholarships suited to your needs and interests! Also, www.scholarship.com is another great place to start looking! If you have any questions please contact Glenda at Glenda@spu.edu.


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COMMUNITY NEWS

"Respect Your Body Week 2004" THIS WEEK!
Get ready for a week of expression, action, and education to increase awareness of eating and body image issues at SPU. There will be speakers, workshops, body walk, art exhibits, an ad contest, nutrition education, and much more! See the online campus calendar for more information on the specifics of all the events. It's all FREE! Some highlights: Tuesday the 20th at 7:00 p.m. in Upper Gwinn-Jean Kilbourne will speak on "The Naked Truth": How Advertising Affects How We Think and Feel. Dessert and Hot Beverages will be served. Thursday the 22nd at 3:00 p.m. there will be body workshops for men and women- this is a great event to come to with a friend to learn more about yourself and others. Men head to the Falcon's Landing for free pizza. Women go to Upper Gwinn and bring your scissors. You do not want to miss this week! For more information contact Julie Church, (206) 286-7101, churcj@spu.edu.


"Most Postive Ad" Contest
In conjunction with Respect Your Body Week... submit a professionally published advertisement that portrays the body positively, accurately, and non-exploitatively. Bring it to the Student Counseling Center by Friday, April 23rd 5pm. Winner will have advertisement enlarged and framed in their name and hung in the Rex. Good luck! Contact Julie Church for more information, (206) 286-7101, churcj@spu.edu.


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CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

2004-2005 Senate Applications Available
Applications for 2004-05 Senate seats are now available in the ASSP Offices. Open seats include Commuter Senator, Campus Housing & Apartments Senator, Intercultural Senator, and Senator-At-Large. This year, we also have new seats representing academic disciplines, which include Business & Economics, Education, Health Sciences, Psychology, Theology and Fine Arts. To hold academic seat you must have an intended major or minor in that school of college division. Humanities, Science Engineering, and Social & Behavioral Sciences. In order to run for an Applications are due April 21 at 5:00 p.m. Please contact James Pedrick with any questions, 206-281-2499, at assp-execvp@spu.edu.


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CAMPUS RELATED EVENTS

Let's Talk About Sex... Again.
Ladies, join us to continue this conversation surrounding issues of sexuality. This night will look much like our last event - we hope to answer more questions and keep this conversation going on our campus. Joins us this time in Upper Gwinn on April 27 at 8:00 p.m. This event is for women only. For more information please contact Becka Lewis, (206)-216-4175, beckalewis@spu.edu.


Summit Challenge 2004
Imagine yourself at the highest point in Washington state--exhausted, but with the biggest smile you've ever worn. Summit Challenge provides and an opportunity for SPU students and alumni to challenge themselves physically, mentally and spiritually while raising money for SPU student scholarships. This year's climbs of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier will provide climbers with an opportunity to stretch themselves and support students with financial needs. Our hope is to raise over $30,000. All climbers will receive training from climb leader and Tacoma Mountain Rescue team member Phil Pletcher. Seniors especially, this would be one great way to cap your time at SPU with a few close friends. Space is very limited. To learn more see http://advance.spu.edu/Fellows/summit/.


3rd annual QUEST: SPU women seeking to serve
Have you seen the signs around campus? QUEST invites all SPU women to serve at the Rescue Mission in San Francisco this Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-31!! Come to GROUP Wednesday, April 21 for more information. Sign-ups will be held in Martin Square on Friday, April 23 at 7:00 am. Remember, first come first serve. For further questions please contact Deneť Bode, bode@spu.edu.


Give Blood, Save a Life.
Next Tuesday, The Puget Sound Blood Center will be at First Free Methodist Church's gym once again. We look forward to seeing you return to give blood and save a life. We're especially looking for first time donors to join us, if you know of anyone who doesn't currently donate blood-bring them with you! We are hoping to get nearly 60 donors and ask that you make about 45 minutes of free time to donate and eat cookies and juice. Come donate on Tuesday, April 20 between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (closed 1:15 to 2:00 for lunch). Your blood is used to support patients in over 74 hospitals and clinics in 14 counties in Western Washington.


Mission LA is Coming...
Join the other 99 men of SPU as we serve during Memorial Day weekend (May 27-31) in Harambee Christian Family Center in Pasadena, California! Sign-ups will take place before and after GROUP Wednesdays April 21, 28, May 5, 12. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. For more information, contact Eric Henderson at hendee@spu.edu.


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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Pysch Night Tomorrow
Don't miss the annual "What to do With a B.A. in Psych Night" tomorrow! Do you know what you're going to do with your degree? Not sure if the career you are planning is really right for you? Then stop by the "What to Do With a B.A. in Psych Night" on Tuesday, April 20 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. where you will meet and talk with Psychology alumni about possible career choices. In the SUB Fireside room, refreshments will be served. For more information contact the Career Development Center, (206)-281-2485.


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