The Good, the Bad, the Compostable

School cafeterias feed thousands of students everyday; Seattle University’s Cherry Street Market is no different. Students hurry in to join the pasta line, check the entrée in the global section or build themselves a salad. Many move swiftly as they think about their next class or talk with a friend.  However, as peak lunch hours […]

Seattle U Soccer Has a Rough Weekend

On Sunday, Sept. 25 Seattle U’s men’s soccer team (4-4) battled it out against the University of Washington. Seattle U gave a valiant effort against the neighboring school but couldn’t quite come back late in the game. With the rush of the last moments a final score of 2-1 gleamed on the board. The Redhawks […]

Hui ‘O Nani’s Vibrant Lu’au Thriving More than Ever

Student life revolves around three ideas —school, work and friendship—and at Seattle University, three students are working to combine these ideas into a special event. Alexis Rodriguez (entertainment chairman), Danicole Ramos (logistics chairman) and Kylie Teramoto (ballroom chairman) are leaders of the Hui ‘O Nani Hawai’i Club at Seattle U and spearhead the Lu’au’s organiztion. […]

Relationships Soar to New Heights in “Love & Gravity”

Acrobats have long been associated with extravagant outfits, over the top stage designs and silly comedy. Seattle based contemporary circus arts company Acrobatic Conundrum’s “Love & Gravity” challenges that association with a story centered on real people, honest dialogue, diverse talents and love. This off-beat theme makes the performance relatable and raw. My only criticism […]

Time Out Session: Brock Carpenter

Junior Brock Carpenter is starting spring quarter off with a swing and a bang. The infielder for Seattle University’s baseball team was named the WAC Hitter of the Week for the week of March 28—April 3, after an impressive string of games. Carpenter led the team with a .706 batting average, collecting multiple hits in […]

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