Hot Summer Movies for Hot Summer Nights

Summer might be time for fun in the sun, tanning on the beach and trips to Hawaii, but it’s also time for some of the biggest and best movies of the year. This handy guide will help you pick the right movies to spend your time and money on this summer. “Finding Dory”—June 17 Photo […]

Holi Festival Celebrated in Color

Seattle University’s South Asian Student Association (SASA) and Indian Student Association (ISA) welcomed spring on Friday, May 25, as students and faculty gathered on the union green to celebrate the Holi Festival. Participants came together and covered one another in chalk paint, ate food, danced and gave and received henna tattoos to welcome a season […]

45th Annual Folklife Festival Builds Community

Hundreds of musicians, singers, dancers and other artists gave thousands of festival-goers a taste of different cultures at the 45th annual Northwest Folklife Festival over the weekend. The four-day-long festival is one of the biggest events of its kind, dating back more than four decades to when it started as a group of musicians who […]

“Angry Birds” Can’t Take Flight

“Angry Birds” stopped being culturally relevant about three years ago. I just want to make that clear, because I haven’t heard anybody talk about it since around 2012 when Candy Crush took over people’s lives. Since it’s arrival in December of 2009, “Angry Birds” has gone from that game you played on the toilet, to […]

An Exhibit so Powerful it Brings “Tears” to Eyes

Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography students have concluded their time at Seattle U with an intimate exhibit that showcases each student-artist’s individuality, ambition and talent. “It is their last big obligation at SU for their degree, they work the whole year, and most of them started even earlier than that,” said Claire Garoutte, the […]

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