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Monday, March 05, 2007
 Volume # 389,  Issue # 82
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CONTENTS

Scholarship Opportunities
   Take 5 Scholarships are Back!
   ICW Scholarships
   Heet Scholarship (Public Relations)
   Cayton Scholarship (Minority Students)

Announcements
   Online Course Evaluations
   Theme Housing Applications Now Available!

Upcoming Events and Weekly Reminders
   Student Directed One Act Plays
   Paul T. Walls Lecture
   Invisible Children Forum and Documentary Showing
   Chamber Choir Concert

Internships, Jobs & Classifieds
   Orientation Student Director

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Take 5 Scholarships are Back!
Key Bank is offering 5 chances to win $5,000. It's easy to enter. No essays to write. One winner per month and it's open to everyone. Visit the website each month from February to June for your chance to win! [link]


ICW Scholarships
Reminder that ICW scholarships are still available in Student Financial Services. These are for students attending private colleges/universities in the state of Washington only. There are 7 scholarships. Amounts range from $850 to $5,000. Applications materials are due to ICW by March 15. For more information, stop by the SFS office.


Heet Scholarship (Public Relations)
The Puget Sound Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is awarding $2,500 scholarships to two students who demonstrate achievement both academically and professionally. The Heet Scholarship is awarded for aptitude in public relations or related courses. Visit the websites for more information. [link]


Cayton Scholarship (Minority Students)
The Puget Sound Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is awarding $2,500 scholarships to two students who demonstrate achievement both academically and professionally. The Cayton Scholarship is awarded to a minority student attending a Washington university or a Washington resident attending college elsewhere. This scholarship is based on merit and need. Visit the website for more information. [link]


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Online Course Evaluations
Would you like to help make SPU a better place? Do you want your voice to be heard? By filling out an online course evaluation, you are making a difference. Please take ten minutes out of your day to complete a course evaluation. Available March 5 - 18 in the Banner Information System.


Theme Housing Applications Now Available!
If you are interested in Theme Housing for next year, applications are now available at the Residence Life office, 2nd floor, Student Union Building. Applications are being accepted for 3-4 person houses, 2-6 person houses, and a 1-8 person house. Applications are due by Wednesday, March 28!


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UPCOMING EVENTS AND WEEKLY REMINDERS

Student Directed One Act Plays
"The Proposal" by Anton Chekhov, directed by Molly Smith. "Mediocrity" by Anton Robert Krueger, directed by David Roby. "Sound Cues" by Michael Vukadinovich, directed by Dustin Morache. Tickets are available through the Fine Arts Box Office, which can be reached at 206-281-2959. Ticket prices are $6, and the shows will be March 6 - 10 at 7:30 p.m.


Paul T. Walls Lecture
Thursday, March 8, 9:30-10:20 a.m., First Free Methodist Church. Dr. Rob Wall, Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies, will deliver the lecture: "Free" Methodism: The Importance of SPU's Religious Legacy. For more information, please contact Jaclyn Stockton at 206-281-2003.


Invisible Children Forum and Documentary Showing
Thursday, March 8, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Demaray Hall 150. The Invisible Children is a documentary that describes the experiences of the child soldiers of Uganda. The production and distribution team of this documentary will be on campus. It will encompass some material from last year's showing of this film, but most of the information will be new. The event is sponsored by the African Connect Students Union, and any questions should be forwarded to Abraham Bol, club president. For more information, please e-mail Abraham at bola@spu.edu.


Chamber Choir Concert
Friday, March 9, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., First Free Methodist Church. The Chamber Choir is directed by David Anderson. Admission is free. For more information, please call 206-281-2411.


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INTERNSHIPS, JOBS & CLASSIFIEDS

Orientation Student Director
Do you have a passion for helping new students feel welcome to SPU? Do you love SPU and want everyone else to love it too? Are you creative? Organized? In need of a part-time job for the summer? A new position has been created in the Office of Student Programs for an Orientation Student Director. This is a paid position that will work 20 hours per week during the summer to help plan, organize and create the New Student Orientation. For more information and an application, please stop by the Office of Student Programs, 2nd floor, Student Union Bldg. Applications are due by April 11, 2007. Contact person: Andrea Ide, Campus Program Coordinator, 206-281-2831.


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