Amandine Bakery: Oui, Oui… This Food is Tasty

While Capitol Hill has no shortage of coffee shops and bakeries, Amandine Bakeshop stands out from the rest with high-quality pastries that have a surprising but delicious twist. Located in the Chophouse Row building on 11th Avenue, Amandine is only a short walk from campus, making it the perfect place to grab a snack and […]

Students Head to Olympia for MLK Day of Action

Celebrating the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s commitment to advocacy, the Seattle University Center for Community Engagement took students, faculty and staff to Poverty Action Network’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Action in Olympia on Monday. Participants rode to the Washington State Capitol in Olympia and met with community organizers and state legislative […]

Aydian Dowling Kicks Off Wellness Challenge

With clouds looming all day and the sun setting before 5 p.m., finding motivation to go out and stay active during winter quarter can be difficult. Encouraging students, faculty, and staff to take care of themselves this winter, Seattle University’s Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) is sponsoring the annual Anne Carragher Wellness Challenge. “It is […]

The Week in Review

Death of Police Lt. a suicide, not homicide– While first believed to be a homicide, the death of Fox Lake, Illinois Police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz was announced as a suicide on Nov. 4. Gliniewicz died on Sept. 1 after requesting backup, alleging that he was following a group of three suspicious men. When officers arrived […]

Lack of Trainers Leaves Club Athletes Hurting

Blackened eyes, broken fingers, and even a separated shoulder are all a part of the game for women’s club rugby president, Elizabeth Mather. In Mather’s four years of playing club rugby at Seattle University, acquiring injuries has become a familiar, and almost expected, part of rugby. However, what is not as familiar and expected, is […]

The Week in Review

Ancient Tomb Identified in Greece A tomb discovered by archaeologists in Pylos, Greece earlier this year was identified on Oct. 26 as the burial site of a Bronze Age warrior. This discovery offers further insight into the lives of ancient Greeks and is being hailed as the biggest archaeological find in the past 65 years. […]

City Council Candidate Forum Discusses Local Issues

With the Seattle City Council elections only a week away, Seattle University held a forum on Oct. 20 where the at-large candidates were interviewed and attendants had the opportunity to ask their own questions. Nicole Schlaeppi • the spectator Candidates for the City Council of Seattle came to speak to the Seattle University members about […]

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