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Nerdhawk’s Guide: The Stack

Welcome back to another episode of The Stack, a discussion on whatever comic books I happen to have laying around. Today we’re going to be talking about The Mighty Thor #1 written by Jason Aaron. This is a new issue in the Post Secret Wars era so spoilers will follow. This issue picks up directly […]

Oscar Watch with Scott

This is going to be the last post for two weeks, in which time I’ll be seeing far too many movies to get into one post, so we’re gonna have a lot of catching up to do after the long Thanksgiving weekend. Let’s get down to it! “Spectre”: Now, James Bond movies are never […]


Too Little, Too Late? Seattle Declares State of Emergency Over Homelessness

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said that the city will make a one time allocation of $5.3 million towards alleviating homelessness, after declaring a state of emergency regarding the issue–but will this be enough to resolve a problem deeply entrenched in other social, economic, and political injustices? Members of the Seattle University community are skeptical of […]


Seattle U Heads to Sweet 16 After Win Over UCLA

Seemingly defying the country’s expectations, the Seattle University men’s soccer team has advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. However, not a single member of the Redhawks would be shy in saying that they have now reached where they belong. After Sunday night’s 1-0 win against last year’s national finalists UCLA, 11th ranked […]


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