Mega Meet-Up

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April 27, 2017
2:30-5:00 pm
Weter Lounge

Attend to meet representatives (many are alums!), learn about the work they are doing, and find out about full-time, part-time and internship opportunities just in time for summer and/or graduation.

Sample organizations include:

Critical Thinking Thoughtful Writing College Success Foundation
Educational Resources and Referrals – China (ERRC)
Landesa
One Day’s Wages

Annual Gates Reading

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Seattle Pacific University Art Center Gallery

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Join the English Department for this year’s event. Mischa Willett, Ph.D., Instructor of English, will read from his poetry.

Homework Help Word Unscrambler Willett’s poems have been described by the poet Scott Cairns as working with “surprising linguistic brilliance to compose oratoria that brighten the hearts of readers,” and by the poet Kevin J. Craft as “rub[bing] shoulders with classical figures and Biblical traditions, stoics and shepherds and sleep-deprived poets, the better to place the old stories in a contemporary light.”

SAMEA Conversation with Alex Awad

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3:00 pm
Demaray 353

Students For Middle East Awareness (SAMEA) is delighted to be hosting a conversation with Reverend Alex Awad. Alex is the retired pastor at East Jerusalem Baptist Church and a professor at Bethlehem Bible College.

His family is one of the oldest and most celebrated Christian families in Bethlehem. Alex’s brother Bishara is founder of Bethlehem Bible College; his nephew Sami is director of Holy Land Trust as well as founder of both Christ at the Checkpoint and the BetLehem Music Festival; and his brother Mubarak, recognized by Newsweek as the “Palestinian Gandhi,” is Professor of Peace Studies at American University in Washington DC.

Alex advises the United Methodist Church’s Board of Global Ministries and the Mennonite Palestine-Israel Network (MennoPIN) on issues regarding Palestine and Israel.

For more information contact:
Doug Thorpe, Faculty Advisor, at dthorpe@spu.edu
Bree Brinson, Chair, SAMEA, at brinsonb@spu.edu

Life After College Presentation

March 29th, 2017 § 0

How to Thrive After College:
Embrace Transition, Fail Magnificently, and Find Your Purpose
in the Most Unexpected Place

Thursday, April 6, 2017, 3 p.m.–4 p.m.
Demaray Hall 150

Paul Angone is one of the leading experts on helping twenty-somethings thrive after college. He is the best-selling author of 101 Secrets For Your Twenties and All Groan Up: Searching For Self, Faith, and a Freaking Job!, and he is the creator of AllGroanUp.com, which has been read by millions of people in 190 different countries. His work has been featured by Bloomberg News, The Chicago Tribune, and Business Insider. He is also a frequent contributor for Relevant Magazine and has worked with companies such as Wells Fargo, Intel Security, and Aflac on how to engage and lead Millennials.

Paul graduated from Westmont College with a BA in Communication Studies and has an MA in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. Paul lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife and three children.

University Scholars Lecture With Dr. Reggie Williams

March 8th, 2017 § 0

Dr. Reggie Williams, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at McCormick Theological Seminary, will deliver the annual University Scholars Lecture on Monday, March 13, at 7 p.m. in Demaray Hall 150.

His lecture, titled “The Black Jesus of Harlem and Howard Thurman: The Implications for Christian Ethics Derived from Valuing the Body of Christ as Black,” draws on his research in working with black churches in New York City during the Harlem Renaissance. This time was critical in shaping Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theology in his books Life Together and The Cost of Discipleship.

It was during these years that Bonhoeffer found the vibrancy of the black church, in a time of great international turmoil, to be a location of prophetic hope and deep resistance to the idolatry of nationalism. His experience helped frame Bonhoeffer’s resistance to national socialism in his native Germany during World War II.

Admission to Dr Williams’s lecture is free and open to everyone.

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