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Wednesday, April 11, 2007
 Volume # 389,  Issue # 86
 Published by Student Life
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CONTENTS

Announcements
   APPLICATIONS FOR BOARD OF STUDENT MEDIA
   2007-2008 SENATOR APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
   Student Leadership Award Nominations Needed!
   Servant Scholar of the Year
   Outstanding New Student Leader
   Advisor of the Year
   Outstanding Student Program
   BLOODMOBILE ON TIFFANY LOOP FRIDAY!

Upcoming Events and Weekly Reminders
   Registration Deadline
   Is Grad School for You?
   1st Annual SPU Social Venture Plan Competition
   FALCON GYMNASTICS
   Maji Mazuri Benefit Concert and Dessert
   City on a Hill

Academic Information
   TUTORING

Internships, Jobs & Classifieds
   WOULD YOU LIKE TO TUTOR?

ANNOUNCEMENTS

APPLICATIONS FOR BOARD OF STUDENT MEDIA
Applications are available in the ASSP office for The Board of Student Media Chair and Student Representative. They are due Monday, April 23. The Board oversees 4 media organizations. This is a great opportunity to get involved at SPU! Contact person: Adam Gregory, VP ASSP, 281-2499, or agregory@spu.edu.


2007-2008 SENATOR APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
Interested in campaigning to be an ASSP Senator? Applications are available in the ASSP office and are due Thursday, April 19. You can represent your academic school, commuter students, residence hall, or be a senator-at-large! The Student Senate works for the good of the students and the SPU community. Questions? Contact Adam Gregory, ASSP Exec VP, agregory@spu.edu.


Student Leadership Award Nominations Needed!
Please take a moment to nominate an individual or group that deserves honor and recognition for their contributions and commitment to the SPU campus and community. Recipients of these awards will be honored at the end of the year Leadership Celebration. Nominations are due April 28. Contact: Rachel Schneider, Office of Student Programs, schner@spu.edu, 281-2689.


Servant Scholar of the Year
[link]


Outstanding New Student Leader
[link]


Advisor of the Year
[link]


Outstanding Student Program
[link]


BLOODMOBILE ON TIFFANY LOOP FRIDAY!
The Puget Sound bloodmobile will be parked on Third Ave. by Tiffany Loop from 12:00-6:00 this Friday, April 13. (Closed from 2:15-3:00) Please try to donate--THEY ARE IN URGENT NEED OF "O" POSITIVE. Campus contact person: Tamera Kennedy, Student Programs, 281-2247.


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UPCOMING EVENTS AND WEEKLY REMINDERS

Registration Deadline
Pass/No Credit or register for internship or independent study deadline is Wednesday (today) at 4:30 p.m., April 11. Student Academic Services, Demaray Hall 151.


Is Grad School for You?
Thursday, April 12, 1:00-1:50 p.m., Demaray Hall 353. Dr. Gallagher of the Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development will address questions such as what graduate programs are available and M.A. or Ph.D. and how to pay for graduate school.


1st Annual SPU Social Venture Plan Competition
Wednesday, April 11, 3:00-6:00 p.m., Weter Lounge. See the great new student projects competing in the showcase round of this competition. These ideas represent the intersection of entrepreneurship and societal good and are practical ways that SPU students envision "engaging the culture and changing the world." Cast your vote! Cash prizes for winning projects! Visit the attached link. [link]


FALCON GYMNASTICS
SPU is hosing the USA Gymnastics Championships in Royal Brougham Pavilion on April 19-21. Get your tickets now! For more information, see the link provided. [link]


Maji Mazuri Benefit Concert and Dessert
Thursday, April 12, 7:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m., Fine Arts Center, FFMC. Join us for this event that will include a variety of bands of both current SPU students and alumni. It will be a fun night out with friends! Arrive early as space is limited. Contact person: Aleya Mulleett, mullea@spu.edu. Suggested donation $1.00.


City on a Hill
Friday, April 13, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Martin Square. A time of worship before walking to Gas Works Park for a night of prayer for the city of Seattle and for the world.


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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

TUTORING
Need Tutoring? The Center for Learning offers tutoring in accounting, biology, business, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, psychology, sociology, english, foreign languages, and more! Stop by Lower Moyer Hall for more information or make an appointment.


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INTERNSHIPS, JOBS & CLASSIFIEDS

WOULD YOU LIKE TO TUTOR?
The Center for Learning (Lower Moyer Hall) is recruiting for the 2007-2008 academic year. Applications are due by Monday, May 7. All tutors will receive special training. Questions? Contact Lori Tongol or the Center for Learning staff at 281-2475.


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