Musical Misery: November Album Releases

After a year like 2017, some have turned to music as the last dependable crutch to rely on after hearing about this year’s many tragedies and letdowns. And while there’s been a more amazing music released in 2017 than minutes in a year, this year has also been full of its own musical disappointments. Most […]

Cary Moon Concedes the 2017 Mayoral Candidacy

In the mayoral race that started with 26 candidates and narrowed down to just two, urban planner Cary Moon officially conceded her run for mayor on Nov. 8, 2017. Moon’s concession came just a day after Election Day, where after the first ballot drop she was trailing her opponent, former United States Attorney Jenny Durkan, […]

Local Businesses Concerned Over 1107 Madison Construction

Capstone Development broke ground on Monday commencing construction of the new 1107 Madison building which will provide needed additions to student housing. This development, though, has surrounding businesses concerned about more than just noise. COURTESY OF SEATTLE UNIVERSITY FACILITIES SERVICES A rendering of the future dorm, located at 1107 Madison, expected to be completed by […]

Finding a Place to Call Home: Students Struggle to Find Gender-Inclusive Housing on Campus

“It’s not my job to go through back channels to try to make sure that I’m living in a safe environment,” said Michael Clymer, a sophomore political science and French major who identifies outside of the gender binary. “That is the university’s first and foremost job: education and a safe living environment.” NICK TURNER • […]

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