Men’s Club Rowing Gears up For Season

If you’re looking to increase your endurance, push your mental toughness to new limits, and become part of a team of friends with whom you will spend about 18 hours a week, then the Seattle University men’s rowing team might be for you. And if all of those benefits don’t sound exciting enough, consider this […]

The State of the Student Could Be Stronger

Do you know how many Seattle University students use tobacco related products? Did you know that SGSU is working on making gender inclusive bathrooms? Or how much value students put on where their tuition dollars are going? The answers to all of these questions and more were revealed this week in the results of the […]

Concerts Coming to a Venue Near You

Imagine Dragon fans, get ready. The American rock band is coming to Key Arena in Seattle later tonight. Unfortunately, the concert is already sold out, so fans will have to be creative if they want to find a way to see Imagine Dragons in concert. I don’t know about everyone else, but for me, this […]

Security Issues Snowball At Winter Games

The Olympic Games are known to many as a symbol of solidarity and a chance for all nations to put their political differences aside and come together to enjoy friendly competition. It is inevitable, though, that politics will find a way into the Olympic Games. This year, news reports across the world have been flooded […]

Murray Hurries to Kickstart Year in Office

City Hall’s modern architecture and welcoming atmosphere make the building feel like more of a place of business than of politics. Upon traveling up to the seventh floor to meet the mayor, however, I got a glimpse of what working at City Hall is really like–as soon as I stepped off the elevator the voices […]

‘Uber’ Problems Ahead for New Car Services

For young people living, working and studying in the heart of a busy city transportation is a big part of the daily lives of Seattle University students. Fortunately, many venues and necessities are near enough to walk. Other alternatives for students include bussing, biking or even utilizing Public Safety’s Nighthawk system. There are some occasions, […]

SU Student Stabbed, Assailants Arrested

Students who may have forgotten that Seattle University is an urban campus received a rude awakening last week when a student was stabbed on campus. Early on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 15, a 24-year-old Seattle U student was assaulted and stabbed in an attempted robbery on campus. According to the timely warning notification emailed […]

The Chilling Cost of Climate Change

Look at images of much of the United States east of the Rocky Mountains over the last few weeks and what you’ll see is reminiscent of a scene from Disney’s “Frozen,” albeit with less singing and more fatalities. It’s nearly impossible to find an area of the U.S. that has not been affected by the […]

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