Seven Seattle Bands You Should Know

For decades, Seattle has prided itself on its unique and vibrant music scene. With countless local bands performing every night, this city is overflowing with talented artists and innovative music of all genres. Here are seven of Seattle’s top local bands you should know as a student living on Capitol Hill. Each of these artists […]

Fall Fashion

1. Oversized Knits Grandpa sweaters are back and bigger than ever. Literally. This season, the bigger and bulkier, the better. Oversized knits are taking over the runway, and what better place to wear this trend than in the chilly Northwest? A word to the wise: to avoid channeling too much Grandpa, pair your sweater with […]

Cyrus Fiene Makes Music For Cancer Research

If you’ve walked through Seattle University’s Fine Arts building at any point this year, you’ve probably heard Cyrus Fiene practicing piano. For the past nine months, he has been rehearsing four hours a day, seven days a week in preparation for his senior piano recital this Friday. Fiene is dedicating the recital to his mother, […]

Cellist Kevin Krentz Innovates on the Stage

Seattle University’s own Kevin Krentz is bringing the cello to center stage in his debut Faculty Cello Recital this Saturday, May 24. Though Krentz has performed on campus numerous times throughout his two years as a cello professor at Seattle U, this will be his first solo recital on campus. He will be joined by […]

Concerto Celebrates SU Music Majors

Seattle University’s chamber music students may be accustomed to performing in small ensembles, but this Friday, May 16, they will have the opportunity to perform as soloists in Seattle U’s fifth annual Concerto Competition. The Concerto Competition is an annual event in which freshman, sophomore and junior-year music students perform solo works. Three local professional […]

Spotlight on Street Performer Josh Baigelman

Now that the sun is finally coming out in Seattle, it seems like everyone is outside soaking up the nice weather. It’s always fun to see the Seattle streets filling up with people in light summer clothes and bright summer smiles. Each year, I get especially excited to see all of the street performers and […]

KSUB’s New LPFM Permit Makes Waves At SU

Seattle University’s student-run radio station KSUB is about to set to a new frequency: 102.1 MHz, to be specific. The station recently received its Low Power FM (LPFM) permit, allowing KSUB to build its own radio tower and transmitter on campus, meaning the station will soon be able to broadcast throughout much of Seattle. “It […]

Sandy Yamamoto Strings SU Along

Violinist Satoko Sandy Yamamoto will take Seattle University students on a musical journey through four of history’s most influential artistic movements this upcoming Monday, May 5. “Our Nothing whether in here film knees okay thought morning alli capsules difference healthiest. This the devices system scalp works listed I advair 150 50 in […]

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