News

Emerald City ‘Taking Winter by Storm’

Brace yourselves: Winter is coming. Earlier this month, the Puget Sound area began its annual “Take the Winter by Storm” campaign to get all local residents to start their preparations so that they can handle snow storms, power outages, flooding and any other situation that may arise this winter. The campaign began as a response ...

Snapchat Hackers Release Personal Photos

A highly publicized leak of thousands of private Snapchat photos has shocked the world into the realization that celebrities are not the only ones whose private photos are being targeted by hackers. Only a few of Snapchat users should be concerned with this leak, in which thousands of private images have been obtained by hackers ...

A & E

Seattle’s Spooky Halloween Haunts

HILLOWEEN Nurse your Halloween nostalgia with a Halloween carnival here on Capitol Hill. After all, no one is too old for some old-fashioned Halloween fun. Carnival games, balloon animals, face painters, stilt walkers, magic tricks, music and more will be at Cal Anderson’s kid-friendly carnival this Saturday from 12-3:30 p.m. The carnival will be followed ...

Features

Meet Your New SGS Officers 2014-2015

As Seattle University continues to tackle issues old and new, it is important to have a team of leaders in Student Government ready to handle anything that comes their way. no matter your grade or your goals, This group is here to advocate for you. Here are your newly-elected SGSU representatives for the 2014-2015 school ...

Sports

B-ball Players Demand Respect, Representation

For many, women’s and men’s basketball conjure very different expectations. Longstanding jokes among the sporting community belittle the WNBA and women’s basketball in general as less serious than men’s basketball. Seattle University students and young female athletes alike are looking to reverse the stereotype. Upon receiving the 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods catalog, 12-year-old Arizona basketball ...

Opinion

Editorial: Snap Out of it, Hackers

First J-Law, then Emma Watson gets threatened, and now more than 100,000 nude photos—including ones of minors—will be leaked on the internet through a third party app that saves Snapchats. This is just one reason I don’t trust technology. I am that person who does not save passwords or sync photos to some cloud thing ...

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