City Council Advocates For Rent Control

In response to the ever-rising costs of living in Seattle, City Council passed a resolution last Monday asking the state to lift its ban on rent control. It looks unlikely that the request will be granted, as there is no support in any districts outside of the city to get rid of the statewide ban. […]

SGSU: Bigger and Stronger Than Ever

Fall quarter brings new members to student government who seek to serve the Seattle University community the best they can. Student Government at Seattle University President Mallory Barnes believes this year’s representatives to be nothing short of phenomenal. “They are astounding individuals with so many great ideas and very action oriented,” Barnes said. SGSU’s current […]

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I Love Poke: Hawaiian Food Comes to Seattle

Seafood has a long, glorious relationship with the Pacific Northwest and with Seattle in particular—try a clam chowder bowl at Pike’s Place and you’ll know what I mean—and a new take on an old Seattleite favorite will be hitting the city this October. I Love Poke, a Hawaiian food event centered on good food, good […]



Seahawks Shutout Bears, Still Face Uphill Climb

After starting the season 0-2, the Seattle Seahawks responded by shutting out the Chicago Bears 26-0 last Sunday afternoon. After a forgettable first half, rookie phenom Tyler Lockett ignited a 20 point second half for Seattle, taking the second half kickoff back 105 yards for a touchdown, one of two on the day for Seattle. […]

Connolly Center gets a Face Lift

En route to fulfilling a five-year gender equity commitment, Seattle University is working towards completing renovations for the Connolly Center Complex that began over the summer. The Connolly Complex has been the university’s main athletics building since its construction in 1969, and its renovation will mostly be focused on the North Court, where both women’s […]


Editorial: Passing the Torch

My first day back on campus I was stopped dead in my tracks by a massive white tent spread from end to end of the championship field. After being here for three years I’ve gotten used to seeing changes. And yet, as I arrived onto campus this fall I turned and faced a massive statue […]

Editorial: Trendy Transport

Whether you’re walking, running, rolling or hovering, traversing campus has never seen so much variety. Although Seattle University is just about fifty acres in size, when walking around my thoughts always drift to efficiency of travel. So many factors are involved when choosing modes of transport. How fast can I get there? What route am […]

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