Op-ed: Department of History Statement

The faculty of the History Department wish to express our support of the students and faculty of Matteo Ricci College (MRC). We ask that the Seattle University community as a whole engage in difficult dialogues. The occupation by the MRC Student Coalition has been highlighting the urgent need for the entire Seattle University campus to […]

New Winter Play Marks Growth of Theatre Department

The stage is set, the lighting is in position, and the actors all bustle backstage preparing for the show. Everything is fine-tuned for the night in which the curtain will rise and laughter will ensue. Actors have remembered their lines and costumes have been fitted. After hours upon hours of preparation, nothing has been overlooked—well, […]

Art of Alzheimer’s Exhibit Dismantles Stigma

“My mother Jane, started suffering from dementia when she was 89 and I kept sharing her art with people,” said Marilyn Raichle, the founder of a new exhibit on display at City Hall entitled, “Art of Alzheimer’s.” On Jan. 7, the doors of City Hall opened to the general public as the Art of Alzheimer’s […]

Tension, Triggers and Trauma in Female Transport

The moment I entered the Lee Center for the Arts last Friday, I knew I wouldn’t be laughing. This year’s fall production, “Female Transport,” is not easy to watch, but it is important. It’s also emotionally taxing and potentially triggering, given the inclusion of scenes depicting gender-based violence and suicide—and because it is all packed […]

Stateside Satisfies Students’ Stomachs

Seattle’s fast-growing restaurant scene is making people dash to sample what the buzz is about. With such a variety of innovative, friendly restaurants, finding one that truly is raising the bar may seem difficult. However, one restaurant on 300 E Pike, seems to be making a name for itself amidst the chaos of progression. Stateside […]

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