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Many of the trees on the campus' central Tiffany Loop are among the oldest in the city. SPU also owns and operates two satellite campuses: Notable buildings on the Seattle campus include: The founder's first name, Alexander, was used, as the board did not want a building on campus called "Beers Hall.
Alexander Hall is the oldest building on campus, and at the time of the University's founding was the only building on campus. Next door to Alexander is the main performing arts space on campus, the McKinley Theater.
Administrative offices, including the offices of the president and provost, are also located in Demaray. It displays a bas-relief sculpture designed by former Professor of Art Ernst Schwidder, titled "Science, Religion and Humanities," which was brought to fruition by former Professor of Art Larry Metcalf and three of his students.
The cast-stone relief panels depict various areas of study: The Crossroads at Gwinn Commons is the main dining hall on campus. Upstairs is the university's main, multi-use location. A pair of large rooms, the Queen Anne Room named after the neighborhood in which SPU is located and the Cascade Room named after the mountain range that can be seen from Upper Gwinn Commons can each hold up to people.
Multiple functions are held in Upper Gwinn, ranging from Group a Wednesday night worship serviceadmissions events, lectures, board meetings and more. The President's Dining room is also located here.
In addition, there is the Corner Place Market, or C-Store, which holds Cocina Del Sol and also a market where students can purchase various daily necessities.
Wells Gwinn, for whom the dining facility is named, served 32 years on the Seattle Pacific Board of Trustees. Housing overvolumes and 1, print periodicalsit grows by 6, new titles a year.
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In the basement is a food lab, as well as a sewing lab. Each month, SPU's food lab plays host to a Community Kitchen - an outreach to the city's homeless population wherein these individuals join with members of the university community in cooking and sharing a common meal.
Student Union Building[ edit ] The Student Union Building commonly known as the "SUB" was built in the s and still serves as a central point where many students gather. On the first floor is the Pacific Collegium, a hub for commuter students. Dining options provided by the on campus dining services can also be found in the SUB.
UNICOM, a student-run information desk assists with ticket sales, bus passes, pool passes, among other general information items. Eaton Hall[ edit ] SPU's main hard sciences facility houses biology, chemistry and some psychology labs. Built init is the most advanced building on campus, complete with an electron microscope, cold room, fully contained greenhouse and LEED Certification.
This building is central to those students in the Pre-Professional Health Sciences programs. Eaton and his wife, Sharon. Residences[ edit ] Seattle Pacific University has five residence halls. The university offers other on-campus residence options, such as the Cremona and Wesley apartments, and other small suite- or apartment-style living facilities for continuing students.
All residence halls feature single-gender floors. Freshmen are required to live on campus in the residence halls unless they are living with family. Meal plans are required for all students living in the dorms. As SPU's second smallest dorm with only four resident floors, it features suite-style single, double, and triple rooms, a main lounge on the first floor, and a green roof and roof deck on the fifth floor.
Rooms on the upper floors may also feature views of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. It is located in the northwest corner of campus, just across the street from Demaray Hall and just down the hillsong from Gwinn Commons, SPU's dining hall.
It was named in honor of Philip F. Ashton, PhD, a psychology professor — The hall is located on the highest point of SPU's campus. Many rooms have views of the campus and the Lake Washington Ship Canal. Ashton Hall is also home to the Orangemen of 6th West 6wa notable floor on campus, who display their school spirit by attending men's basketball home games and some away games, leading cheers for the Falcons and occasionally against the referees and the other team.
Emerson Hall, opened inis the campus's second newest residence hall, featuring suite-style single, double, and triple rooms, card-access security, a main lounge with gas fireplace and Northwest wood beams, and an exercise center.
Emerson also has a "Bridges Program", which lets students participate in intentional programs and conversations related to global issues and cross-cultural relationships.The Journal of Language and Social Psychology explores the many social psychological features of language use.
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