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Monday, September 27, 2004
 Volume # 260,  Issue # 1
 Published by Student Life
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CONTENTS

Community News
   Krispy Kremes Available on Campus
   Support YOUR Falcons (for free)
   Are You Registered to VOTE?

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   Women's Crew Interest Meeting
   Men's Crew Interest Meeting

Academic Information
   Important Registration Deadlines

Enrichment Opportunities
   Robert Deeble in Concert
   SPU Celtic Fair and Highland Games

COMMUNITY NEWS

Krispy Kremes Available on Campus
Hey Everyone! It's the beginning of a new school year and the fun has just begun. Make some new friends and hang out with the old. Start the school year with a killer deal! For $7 we will give you a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts, a cup of drip coffee, and a Q Cafe "2 for 1" coupon. This sweet deal is available on the campus October 4th and 5th! Sponsored by the Resonate Cadre, this fundraiser will help Quest church and Q Cafe: the cafe with a cause*. Take advantage of the opportunity to pre-order (for pick up that day) by contacting Jennifer Keuer (keuerj@spu.edu) or just stop by and pick up a box at your leisure. These tasty goodies will be available in the SUB from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 4th and 5th. Stop by to learn more about Quest and indulge for yourself or with your friends. *Q Cafe and Community Center are an extension of the ministries of Quest Church--a Covenant Church in the Interbay neighborhood. The Q provides a friendly cafe atmosphere for students and the community, computer classes and labs for homeless and low income individuals, children's activities, and social service referrals. Compassion and Justice are our focus. The Cafe is a non-profit 501(c)3.


Support YOUR Falcons (for free)
The Falcons invite all students to join us for another exciting year of SPU athletics, and it won't cost you a dime. We have nationally- ranked, championship-caliber teams in many sports, and we hold our home events in top-quality facilities. Students receive complimentary general admission tickets to all regular season home events in Brougham Pavilion and -- if using the Interbay Shuttle -- home soccer games at Interbay Stadium as well. Simply show your student I.D. at the Brougham Pavilion ticket window or on board the shuttle to Interbay Stadium. NOTE: Shuttle service from The Loop to Interbay begins one hour prior to kick-off, with shuttles running approx. every 20 minutes. Pick up a colorful SPU Sports 2004-05 poster and pocket schedule at the UniCom desk in the SUB or at the Athletics Office in Brougham Pavilion. And GO FALCONS!


Are You Registered to VOTE?
If you wish to vote in the state of Washington, you must register to vote prior to October 2nd. Registration forms are available in Student Financial Services (DH 10), ASSP (SUB 1st), Dean of Student Life (SUB 2nd). Forms are also accessible on-line at http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/pdf/VoterForm_20040803.pdf If you vote by absentee ballot, remember to contact the Secretary of State (in the state you are registered) to provide updated address information.


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CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Women's Crew Interest Meeting
There is a Women's Crew Interest Meeting Wednesday, September 29 at 7:00 pm in Demaray Hall, room 150. Open to all female students interested in rowing Varsity Crew at Seattle Pacific University.


Men's Crew Interest Meeting
There is a Men's Crew Interest Meeting Thursday, September 30, at 7:00 pm in Otto Miller Hall, room 109. Open to all male students interested in rowing Varsity Crew at Seattle Pacific University.


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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Important Registration Deadlines
ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED FOR THE FIRST CLASS SESSION. Students registered for a class must be present during their first class meeting. If a student does not attend the first class session, and does not notify the instructor prior to class, the instructor has the right to have the student administratively withdrawn from the class. WAITLIST ENDS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH. The SPU waitlist policy is in effect until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday September 28th. The waitlist operates on a first on first off approach. If space opens up in a waitlisted class, Student Academic Services will contact students who have been registered from the waitlist. LAST DAY TO ADD CLASSES IS FRIDAY OCTOBER 1ST. Students are able to register, add and drop courses until 5:00p.m. on Friday October 1st. After this time web registration is no longer available for Autumn Quarter. This is the last day to register for classes including classes that meet once a week. OTHER REGISTRATION DEADLINES. Students wishing to take a course Pass/No credit or registering for an internship, independent study, and individual instruction in music may do so in Student Academic Services (Demaray Hall 151) through 4:30 p.m. on Friday October 8th.


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ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Robert Deeble in Concert
Robert Deeble in Concert in the Art Center Gallery, Seattle Pacific University Friday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. Singer-songwriter Robert Deeble brings his stripped down, emotionally resonant, and always minor-keyed folk-rock to SPU on October 29. His new release, "13 stories," has been described as wistful, sparsely arranged, gracefully performed, and achingly beautiful to behold. Deeble has supported shows for Pedro The Lion, Michelle Shocked, Rosie Thomas, Vigilantes of Love, Over The Rhine, and Steppenwolf (yes Steppenwolf...), among others. This event is free and open to the public.


SPU Celtic Fair and Highland Games
The Celtic Society (a theme house & club combined) introduces itself to the SPU campus by presenting a "Celtic Fair & Highland Games" to be held on Saturday, October 9th from 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM in Tiffany Loop. This inaugural event features a lineup of Celtic musicians from folk groups to bagpipers (including a performance by our very own Chapel Worship Team), Scottish Country Dancers, interactive Highland Games, a number of Celtic shops from the Seattle area, as well as FREE imported refreshments. We even have Gwinn in on the action as Celtic fare will be served for lunch & dinner! You won't want to miss this exciting cultural experience - the likes of which SPU has never seen! Join us for an evening, after the festival, for a Ceilidh and an Open House at the Celtic House (651 W. Bertona) for refreshments beginning at 8 PM. For more information, please email Dan Donohoe at: donohd@spu.edu or call (206)286-7233.


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