Woodman Shines in WAC Finale

In spite of the continuing success of junior Kelli Woodman, the Seattle University Women’s Tennis team fell 6-1 to New Mexico State in their Western Athletic Conference regular season finale over the weekend. Woodman earned the sole Redhawk point, going 4-0 in singles play and 3-0 in doubles with her partner, sophomore Michelle Lui. Woodman’s […]

Tennis Overcome by UTRGV

Seattle University’s tennis teams didn’t fare well over the weekend and dropped both the men’s and women’s matches versus UTRGV and Grand Canyon, respectively. The women avoided a shutout, but dropped their match to Grand Canyon 6-1, while the men won both doubles matches, but walked away with a 5-2 loss to UTRGV. The women’s […]

Untitled, Unedited

Kendrick Lamar’s newest album, “Untitled Unmastered” does for “To Pimp a Butterfly” what “Section.80” did for “Good Kid M.A.A.D. City.” Lamar is the musician I complained the world didn’t have when I was in high school listening to “All Eyez on Me,” “The Chronic,” and “Straight Outta’ Compton,” for the first time. I heard creative, […]

Spring Training will Put a Spring in Your Step

Baseball sights and sounds are so familiar to baseball fans, that when players report to Florida and Arizona in mid-February to begin training for April, it’s hard not to feel comforted, excited and nostalgic at the prospect of yet another season. Here is the emerald green outfield, the infield a dusty brown, and seven to […]

Swimmers Make a Splash at WAC Championships

The Redhawks posted numerous personal and school bests at the 2016 Swimming and Diving Championships, making it a notable and successful meet for the school. Junior Blaise Wittenauer-Lee led the way, smashing the previous school 200 backstroke record by seconds and beating her nearest competitor by over a second. Wittenauer-Lee would go on to cap […]

Life of Pablo Drowns in Shallow Meaning

Kanye West’s newest album is deep, but not deep enough. Throughout “The Life of Pablo,” Kanye attempts to lay himself on the line and take responsibility for both his good and bad sides, but he fails due to a confused production and lack of inspiration. In his newest album, Kanye reverses the feel of the […]

Partisanship Prevails

I remember back in August when I first started having political conversations about the presidential election. Trump was just starting to make waves and I was still very much of the opinion that, as in 2012, his candidacy would soon fold and make way for the likes of a more traditional candidate like Jeb(!) Bush. […]

Softball Returns to the Diamond

Seattle University softball suffered losses against both the University of California Riverside and Stanford University over the weekend, falling to 1-4 on the season. The weekend started strong, with Seattle U beating Bradley University by a score of 9-0, thanks in large part to a 6-run second inning. Unfortunately, the rest of the weekend was […]

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