The Week in Review

Former SeaTac city Manager Motives Questioned— In a report released by the Seattle Times, former SeaTac City Manager James Payne asked the staff geographic information systems coordinator to create a map that specified the location of Sunni and Shiite Muslim residents that lived in the greater Seattle area. Payne explained that the motive behind this […]

Humans of SU

McKenna Mau International Business “My mother has definitely made the biggest impact on me. My parents are divorced, so I didn’t really see my dad that much when I was growing up. My mom helped through a lot of things like getting through High School and especially getting through College.”

Harriet Tubman to Grace $20 bill

In late April, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew announced that Harriet Tubman will appear on the front of the $20 bill starting in 2020, the 100-year anniversary of women’s suffrage. While some think this development is a significant landmark on the roadmap for women’s rights, others believe the change is more controversial than beneficial. In […]

Human of SU

Mario Sabatelli International Business “One of the most significant moments in my life is when my friend asked me to join the SU Cheer team. That was something that I had never done and I never thought of myself as the kind person who would join a cheer team, but now it is a huge […]

Celebrating a Bleeding Earth

All across the nation this Friday, teachers and yuppie parents will take children out to plant a tree, or spend 45 minutes cleaning a beach, or bring a sack of cans to their local recycling center for Earth Day. Then, the next day, they’ll wake up and resume their role as an ignorant yet active […]

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