SGSU Film Screening Sparks DACA Dialogue

This past  Thursday, Jan. 11, Student Government of Seattle University (SGSU) and the Seattle University Film Society partnered to host a screening of “El Norte”, to discuss the struggles of immigrant families who come to the United States and to provide resources for those being affected by the new regulations of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). […]

Narratives of Changing Places: TEDx Seattle 2017

A violin rock concert, a professor “Calling Bullshit,” a fashion show and Native American chants all highlighted this year’s TEDxSeattle “Changing Places.” TED, which stands for Technology, Education and Design, started recording its famed TED talks in 1984. Attending one of the four official TED conferences has become harder due to the scarcity and the […]

Seattle Newspaper Downsizes to Community Weekly

The Seattle Weekly was unique in the way it looked as a newspaper: magazine style illustrations, a table of contents and comics. In fact, Seattle University’s own newspaper the Spectator is modeled after an alternative weekly, in that it’s trendy, artsy and breaks traditional news guidelines. On Oct. 25, Seattle Weekly released their first issue […]

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