Seattle U Dances Its Way to Justice

Seattle University is known for its fervent involvement in social justice, along with its goal for each student to work to be more socially justice. As a way to bring social justice to the forefront, the Center for the Study of Justice in Society has collaborated with Seattle-based Splinter Dance Company to arrange a dance […]

Seattle U Brings ‘Invalid’ to Twisp, Wash.

First stop Twisp, next stop Broadway. For only one night, Seattle University’s theater program will be taking Molière’s 1673 play “The Imaginary Invalid” on tour to Liberty Bell High School in Twisp, Washington. The 450+ year-old play details the story of Argan, a wealthy French hypochondriac who forces his daughter to marry a doctor to […]

If It Ain’t Original, Scratch That

This quarter, the producers of Scratch, Seattle University’s student-produced arts showcase, are emphasizing something new: original work. Why original work? “There’s a possibility for something more,” said producer and sophomore theater major Marshall Lewis. “We’ve seen that things like covers…are predominant, and we encourage people to step outside their boundaries.” “We want everyone to feel […]

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