Time Out Sessions With Ross Kukula

Sophomore Ross Kukula is expanding his horizons while succeeding on the Seattle University golf team. “My dad was a PGA professional and basically runs and manages golf courses and teaches the game to other children,” Kukula said. “I grew up on a golf course my whole life.” Kukula came to Seattle University from Long Beach, […]

Kirby, Mario and the Gang Clash in SU Melee

Forward from the Sports Editor, Emily Hedberg: As an athlete for Seattle University, a lover of all sports and the girlfriend of an avid Super Smash Brothers. player, I have become completely and utterly perplexed by the incomprehensible wave that has taken over my significant other’s household in the form of Super Smash Bros. The […]

Our Editors Take On The Oscar Roster

AMERICAN SNIPER Harrison Bucher | Staff Writer Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper” depicts the life Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history. Cooper delivered a masterful performance demonstrating the impact that involvement in a war can have on a person. He paints a clear picture of the emotional toll that comes from […]

This Week In Sports News

BRANDON BOSTICK Remember that crazy NFC championship game last month when the Seahawks overcame improbable odds to defeat the Green Bay Packers? Remember how Seattle managed to recover an onside kick late in the fourth quarter because one of Green Bay’s players decided to go for the ball instead of block? Well, that player has […]

Time Out Sessions W/ Brian Olson

Senior Brian Olson has been playing baseball for almost his entire life. “My dad introduced it to me at a very young age,” Olson said. “I played every year growing up all the way until now.” Olson grew up in Black Diamond, Washington, which is only about 30 minutes south of Seattle U’s campus. In […]

Obama’s Budget Gives Middle-Class a Boost

President Barack Obama recently released his proposed budget for the year 2016. The $4 trillion budget is projected to reduce the national debt by $1.8 trillion over the next 10 years and one of the major focuses is on improving American education. One major component of the budget is a $60 billion allotment to be […]

Time Out Sessions With Iris Ivanis

Sophomore Iris Ivanis began playing volleyball at 12 years old while growing up in Croatia. “I was actually a gymnast for a very long time and there was one volleyball coach—they practiced after us—who would invite me to come and play and after some time I went to see what it was like,” Ivanis said. […]

Time Out Sessions with Kristen James

Kristen James began playing tennis at the age of 12 and now finds herself as a junior in college and co-captain of Seattle Univesity’s tennis team. “Starting at age 12 for any sport is really late, so I was behind the curve for a long time,” James said. “But I really wanted it, so I […]

The 12 Yard Line

With just over two minutes to go, the Seahawks had the ball and trailed by four. Wilson has been clutch in big situations before and looked ready to lead Seattle to victory. A couple passes got the Seahawks past midfield and then the amazing happened. Russell threw a pass to Jermaine Kearse that deflected off […]

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