News

99k for Seattle U Dance Marathon’s Ninth Year

When eight-year-old Jaden Burnett underwent treatment for recurrent ear infections, his family faced an unfathomable situation. They had to choose between his medical needs and the family’s other basic necessities. Fortunately, Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Uncompensated Care Fund helped cover what was not provided by their insurance, saving them from this impossible choice, and letting Jaden […]

A & E

Oscar Watch with Scott

I think I may have misjudged how many weeks there were until the Oscars started, so instead of the doing Best Picture and Director this week, I will instead be looking at the Best Screenplay (Original and Adapted) and save the others for next week. So let’s get to it. Best Original Screenplay There are […]

Features

Our We Closeting Our Conservative Classmates

For some conservative students on campus, the elephant in the room is one’s own conservative views. Grace Wall is a self-proclaimed conservative, libertarian-leaning freshman at Seattle University. She hails from the genial town of Madison, Wis. “I’ve always been very passionate about the abortion issue just because I personally believe that life begins at conception […]

Sports

Women’s Basketball Continues Skid

After two losses at home, Seattle University women’s basketball suffered two more tough losses on the road against Chicago State and University of Missouri-Kansas City. Considering the Redhawks beat both teams at home in January, these two consecutive losses proved to be frustrating. The team travelled to Chicago to play against the Chicago State Cougars […]

Time Out Session: Brendan Westendorf

Seattle University junior guard Brendan Westendorf helped bring the Seattle University men’s basketball team their fourth straight win on Thursday, Feb. 4, barely beating the buzzer after heaving a shot from nearly midcourt. Along with contributing to the success of his team, Westendorf has also been named WAC Player of the week, an award he […]

Opinion

SOS: Sustain Our Seafood

Many of our ocean’s fish species are becoming threatened by commercial overfishing. As consumers, we run the risk of accidentally eating an endangered shrimp in our shrimp cocktails, or a nigh-extinct species of tuna on our tuna nigiri at that one fancy sushi restaurant. However, it is not just restaurant menus that we have to […]

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