RHA Considers Gender Inclusive Housing

Discussions about gender inclusivity at Seattle University have been on the rise in recent years. Most recently, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) has begun to push for gender inclusive housing on campus. The movement toward gender inclusive housing started with outreach through a survey on Facebook aimed at exploring student opinions on the topic. Gender […]

Ice Cream Festival Scoops up Taste of Summer in Seattle

As the weather heats up, ice cream shops from across the Seattle are preparing to kick off the summer season with a selection of sweet treats at the Seattle Ice Cream Festival. The 12 participating ice cream makers will arrive armed with unique flavors and natural ingredients for the first annual festival. The festival will […]

Fragments Captures Heartbeat of Seattle University

Seattle University’s campus community can be rather complex and difficult to capture. Our backgrounds are diverse but connected by our university’s environment and the mission that drives it. The annual “Fragments Literary Magazine” hopes to capture the essence of that community through the writing and visual art of Seattle U students, faculty and alumni. The […]

HAWC Program to Assist in Quitting Tobacco Use

Students and the Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) are exploring more inclusive ways to battle smoking on the Seattle University campus with the creation of a Tobacco Mentorship Program. Almost a year after Seattle U was declared smoke-free, two students are embracing a holistic approach to quitting tobacco by focusing on the benefits it holds […]

Madaraka Festival Aims to Empower Women

Madaraka Day is important to Kenyan culture given that it is a celebration of Kenya’s attainment of self rule from the United Kingdom, and Seattleites have a chance to experience that culture through the celebration of Madaraka Day at the Experience Music Project Museum. The festival stems from empowerment, connection and music and hopes to […]

Tennis Ends Season in WAC Semis

The Seattle University men’s and women’s tennis teams finished the tennis season this weekend in Texas at the Western Athletic Conference tournament, both teams ending their seasons in the tournament semifinals. Women’s tennis (11-14, 1-4 WAC) started the tournament by beating Chicago State 4-0. Sophomore Michelle Lui and junior Kelli Woodman, the First Team All-WAC […]

iLead: Well-Intentioned but Still Needs Work

Two weekends ago student leaders from across the Seattle University campus gathered for iLead, a yearly training program for students in leadership roles for the 2016-2017 academic year. For those who attended, this year’s conference sparked both support and criticism. Gabriel Ferri, a women and gender studies and English double major, attended the conference as […]

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