Bridges Woven With Words

The role of the journalistic media is to illuminate. To bring light to situations of constantly shifting circumstances and provide leveled clarity on defining moments in the swiftest manner. Journalism is a bridge between people. At least, that’s what it should be. In the light of the recent events with Matteo Ricci College Coalition movement, […]

Peering in on the Panama Papers

What do the Prime Minister of Iceland, a French Bank, and David Cameron’s father all have in common? Their names were among the hundreds included in the 2.6 trillion bytes of information in the Panama Papers, the largest financial information leak to date on offshore banking. On Sunday April 3, the International Consortium of Investigative […]

I Was Protested

I was at Uncle Ike’s last Wednesday, April 20. As protestors surrounded the building, hands clasped and voices loud, I wasn’t among them. I was behind metal fences and security guards and layers of privilege so thick that they almost muffled the defiant cries for justice —almost. This was my first time being on the […]

The Week in Review

Budget Transparency Forum— Last week, students gathered in Wyckoff Auditorium to learn about where their tuition money is being invested. A little over thirty students were in attendance at this most recent assembly. Chief Financial Officer Connie Kanter and Associate Vice President for Facilities Administration Rob Schwartz presented for an hour and a half to […]

Art Bubbles up at Capitol Cider Drink and Draw

As a proud son of this Evergreen State, apples are something I have always known. From pie to slices, from butter to cider, apples and I go way back. So when I got the chance to visit Capitol Cider’s Drink and Draw event last Thursday, I figured that while I wasn’t the most accomplished artist, […]

Bowie, He’s In Space

In 1972 a starman flew down from on high, hips gyrating, red hair flying. With a strum of his hand and a wink of his eye he stopped—and sold—the whole world, changing the face of music and society forever. Yet David Bowie’s legacy doesn’t lie in his sales, his outrageous tours, his provocative outfits, or […]

Events Happening Before the Break

The most stressful time of the quarter is upon us, so instead of eating leftover pumpkin pie and binge watching Jane the Virgin participate in some of the fantastic events available for students, faculty and staff before the year ends. We recommend them, your mind will thank you, and honestly, your project can wait. Destress […]

Worldwide Tragedies Brings Globe to Standstill

Seattle University Alum Amanda Rodgers woke up in her small apartment in Southern France in the early hours of Nov. 14 to dozens of messages flooding her cellphone. Friends, family, people she hadn’t heard from in years messaged her the same thing, ‘Are you in Paris? Are you okay?’. Starting at 9:30 p.m. local time […]

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