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Week In Review

STWTS Wheat-Pasting Night—As part of International Anti-Street Harassment Week, the awareness organization Stop Telling Women to Smile (STWTS) held a wheat-pasting night on April 17. Women all around the world were encouraged to post pictures on walls of themselves with words protesting street harassment. STWTS is an art project headed by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, who is ...

Occupy SU: A Cry For Workers’ Rights

Twenty-one protesters were arrested for civil disobedience last week—many of whom are members of the Seattle University community. On Wednesday, April 15, faculty and students were apprehended at 12th and Union after occupying Seattle University. The voices of students, workers and activists were among many speaking up in solidarity with a nationwide movement. “We’re not ...

A & E

Critic’s corner: ‘unfriended’

Who would have thought that hitting the ‘unfriend’ button could have such dire consequences? Director Levan Gabriadze’s “Unfriended” presents a new and unique storyline of social media horror. Six high school students take part in a video chat a year after one of their classmates, Laura Barns (Heather Sossaman), committed suicide. Laura’s spirit takes control ...

Music Students End The Year on a High Note

What do you get when you combine Seattle University students, esteemed judges, exceptional musical talents and awesome prizes? The answer will conveniently take place this weekend. On Sunday, Seattle U is hosting its very first Young Artists Festival and Competition. Sponsored by the music division in the department of performing arts and arts leadership, the ...

Features

71 Days of Sun

Scenario: It’s the weekend. You have the day off. The sun is out. What do you do? On average, Seattle has less than 100 days of sunshine per year. Now that it’s spring, and the sun is starting to beam, it’s time to start soaking up as much of it as possible—especially since Seattle is ...

Sports

WAC Houses Vie for the Iron Throne

Seven contenders still vie for power in the western lands, fighting for control over the Western Throne and the future of the realm. Alliances are forged and broken, ancient powers awakened, rivalries made, and the fates of these houses lie precariously in the balance. As the events unfold, each endeavors to win that most athletic ...

Opinion

Macaulay Culkin For Quadstock 2K16

There is not a single ’90s kid who does not fondly recall Macaulay Culkin’s sassy style and mischievous smile in the “Home Alone” series. And although the charming child star fell off the grid for about a decade before returning to the big screen as the star of the drug-addled disco bloodbath “Party Monster” in ...

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