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Monday, November 28, 2005
 Volume # 269,  Issue # 41
 Published by Student Life
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CONTENTS

Scholarship Opportunities
   Scholarships Galore!
   SFS Undergrad Scholarship

Community News
   Poet Comes to SPU

Campus Related Events
   European Quarter Spring 2007
   SPU Basketball
   Chariots of Fire
   Tradition = The Best Campus Event of the Year

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Scholarships Galore!
The Scholarship Newsletter has been updated! Go to http://www.spu.edu/depts/sfs/scholar.asp and click on "Scholarship Newsletter" to see the most recent news and information about scholarship opportunities for the 2006-2007 academic year. Please email Whitney Kruse, Program Manager of Grants and Scholarships, with any questions at krusew@spu.edu.


SFS Undergrad Scholarship
This is the last week to fill out the SFS Undergrad Scholarship Application!! You have only FIVE days left to turn in your application! There are over 70 scholarships to be awarded for the 2006-07 academic year! You can find the application online at http://www.spu.edu/depts/sfs/scholar.asp . The best part about this is you only have to fill out ONE application! All application materials, including reference forms, must be turned in on December 2 by 4:30 PM. NO LATE APPLICATIONS OR REFERENCES WILL BE ACCEPTED! Make sure you do your part by filling out an application and also remind your reference about the deadline! Again...the deadline for applications and references is December 2 by 4:30 PM!! Don't miss it!


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COMMUNITY NEWS

Poet Comes to SPU
CHANGE OF DATE: Canadian poet John Terpstra will read from his poetry and prose on November 30 at 7:30 PM in the Seattle Pacific University Art Center Gallery as part of his West-Coast book tour with Gaspereau Press. His spare, lyrical new release, The Boys, or Waiting for the Electrician's Daughter, is an unsentimental prose elegy for his wife's three brothers, each of whom suffered from muscular dystrophy and died in his early twenties (an excerpt appears in Image #47). Author of the poetry collections The Church Not Made with Hands and Disarmament, Terpstra has been shortlisted for the Governor General's Literary Award and works out of his own shop in Hamilton, Ontario, as a cabinetmaker and carpenter.


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CAMPUS RELATED EVENTS

European Quarter Spring 2007
SPU's 20th European Quarter fittingly begins in Rome, where "Europe" began and 2500 years of history have left visible traces. After Easter (celebrated in Rome!), the group travels to Sorrento (also visiting Naples and Pompeii) and Florence. Then it's on to Vienna for more art and glorious music (as well as Freud and Frankl) and then Berlin where politics and the European Union will be our focus. After experiencing Strasbourg, students select intensive language programs onsite in Germany and France. You need not be a foreign language student to seize this excellent opportunity to broaden your cultural, philosophical, political, spiritual, and communicational horizons. For more information please contact Kevin Gibbons at gibbok@spu.edu or (206)-281-2670.


SPU Basketball
Come cheer on the SPU Basketball teams. Men and Women both host games this week. Falcon Men host the Oak Harbor Freight Line Challange on December 1st-3rd in Royal Brougham Pavilon. The Falcons play Hawaii Pacific at 7:00 PM on the December 3. Come see last years Regional Champions, the Falcon Women, host Lewis-Clark State at 5:00 PM on December 3. For all your latest sports news go to http://www.spu.edu/falconsonline/


Chariots of Fire
The Theology Student Union invites you to a Fellowship and Film night to watch and to discuss the film CHARIOTS OF FIRE on Tuesday, November 29h in Demaray Hall 150. Come at 7:00 PM for refreshments and fellowship. The film will begin at 7:30 PM and discussion will follow around 9:30 PM. Come only for refreshments or stay for the whole thing. We'd love to have you there!


Tradition = The Best Campus Event of the Year
SPU's annual Christmas celebration known as "Tradition" is Friday, December 2 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM in Tiffany Loop. Tradition activities include music, crafts, a live nativity, photos with Santa, hot drinks, story-telling, and much more! The event is free and open to the public. Bring your friends and family to enjoy a fabulous Christmas celebration! For more information please call (206)-281-2496 or email Christine at dilloc@spu.edu.


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