Your Life Is Not On Admission’s Newsfeed

Tweets, Instagram pictures, Facebook statuses, Vine posts–social media is increasingly present in young adults’ lives. So much so, in fact, that social media is seeping into the academic and business realms. Universities are starting to take note and some schools even consider applicants’ online presences during the college admission process. Seattle University-bound students can rest […]

A ‘Chastity Belt’ For The Modern Woman

A new crowdfunding campaign has been sweeping the Internet and making waves—a campaign to kick off the production of what many are calling a modern chastity belt. It’s less metal and more beefed-up fabric resistant to cutting and tearing, and it’s being used to make anti-rape underwear. The product was developed by AR Wear, made […]

Science Versus Humanities: ‘God Help Us All’

For students nowadays, major choice is all about where the money’s at. STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) education has been taking the country by storm and its influence is having an impact at Seattle University and its faculty as well. Both the media and universities countrywide have been offering more airtime and more financial support […]

Alumni Have Stake in SU, Steak in Mouths

Most of the students here at Seattle University depend on some kind of financial support. Fortunately for many students, Seattle U has traditionally heavily supported students in purchasing that education with generous scholarships. According to Director of Annual Giving Leigh Ann Gilmer, 94 percent of the 2012-2013 incoming freshman class depended on need-based scholarship aid […]

Seattle U Library Makes Room For Jesus

On the sixth floor of the library, a new faith based presence has taken up residence. The Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture (ICTC) has been in the works for a number of years, according to Seattle University librarian John Popko, but only this fall was there a physical location on campus. Taylor de Laveaga […]

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