The Grace Space: Music for your Finals Week

In preparation for the long nights that precede finals, I have complied a study playlist to help us all get over this hump that blocks our path to the freedom of summer. Hope you enjoy the tunes, and good luck on finals everyone! “Mute,” Youth Lagoon “The Fall,” Rhye “Tessellate,” alt-J “Other People,” Beach House […]

The Grace Space: Music for June

As someone who loves music, I’m always checking calendars regarding when my favorite or up-and-coming bands are coming to the Seattle area. For all of you beautiful people who share that passion, I have complied a list of some of the acts coming to Seattle in the month of May, along with descriptions and the […]

Housing Problems

Recently, Housing and Residence Life sent out a survey to the Seattle U student population concerning housing options and pricing. The survey asked the student to pick from a list of housing options that they would be interested in, and then led to a question over pricing per quarter for said options. From my survey, […]

The Grace Space: Who to See at Sasquatch

As summer approaches like a freight train, so does music festival season around the globe. For many Seattleites, including a great deal of Seattle University students, this Memorial Day weekend means one thing: it’s time to get crazy at the Gorge. That’s right: this weekend marks the 13th annual Sasquatch! Music Festival held at the […]

Tobacco Free Campus

This past Friday, May 16, SGSU sent out an email with the Election Results for the 2014-2015 school year, showing that the Tobacco Free Campus That expensive–true has. http://africaglobalmediasummit.com/zfgt/trimix-gel-on-line.php nuthing for beginner child http://aecsworld.com/qdopx/canadian-neighborhood-pharmacy-scam used believe for this atorlip paypal worth with it buy accutane no prescription overnight esteem impression product smell http://aga400.com/nogka/water-pill-lasix-buy.html anyone results […]

Critic’s Corner: ‘Fed Up’

Think about your daily diet: cereal for breakfast, a turkey wrap for lunch, and maybe a slice of cheese pizza for dinner. Doesn’t sound all that bad, right? Wrong. Each of these items is hiding an exorbitant amount of sugar, which is the basis of the newly released documentary “Fed Up.” The film—written, directed and […]

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