Moonlight Teach-In Sparks Conversation

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) hosted a teach-in inspired by the film “Moonlight”, at which presenters discussed themes of queerness and blackness. The event was a part of the Black Lives Matter initiative on the Seattle University campus, featuring Candice Benbow as keynote speaker. Benbow is currently working on a “Moonlight” syllabus, which is […]

Getting to the Pun-ch Line

Pun lovers of Seattle united at Pundamonium on Nov. 8th, where contestants vied for the title of best pun maker. The event, held at Peddler Brewing Company, took the style of a poetry slam but with many more belly-laughs and winces. Peddler Brewing Company was packed with attendees awaiting a night bound to be full […]

Local Film Festivals Provide New Lens for Social Issues

Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Sophia Wells, Jakob Fenton and Samuel McGough, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. Students at Seattle University live in an entertainment goldmine and may not even know it. With downtown Seattle just in their backyard, students have access […]

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