Meet Your New SGS Officers 2014-2015

As Seattle University continues to tackle issues old and new, it is important to have a team of leaders in Student Government ready to handle anything that comes their way. no matter your grade or your goals, This group is here to advocate for you. Here are your newly-elected SGSU representatives for the 2014-2015 school ...

The Bikes Are Back in Town

THE BIKES ARE BACK IN TOWN According to a 2013 survey by the Department of Transportation, over 158,000 Seattleites, nearly one third of the city’s total population, ride a bicycle at least occasionally. Nearly two-thirds of these are regular riders—those who, at least a few times a month, pedal their way from class to class, ...

The State of College Grads

“The catchphrase of our generation is that we’re ‘underemployed and overqualified’ for a lot of the jobs we’re applying for,” said senior Maggie Read. When Read walks the stage of Key Arena with her fellow seniors in two weeks’ time, she will graduate with honors and a BA in history. She wants to eventually pursue ...

E-DUCATION: Seattle U’s New Online Classes Bring the Classroom to the Students, Wherever They Are

This summer, as long as you have Internet access and your textbooks, you can get the credits you need from your hometown, a Starbucks along an interstate highway, your hotel in a foreign country, or the comfort of your own home. Seattle University’s online undergraduate courses will debut this summer. Now, being enrolled in summer ...

Beyond Bathrooms: Inside Seattle U’s Movement Toward Gender Justice

It’s a phrase sometimes used to describe the exclusion of trans* people from the LGBT community. Awareness and knowledge of gender issues has sometimes lagged behind other social justice movements,—but thanks to a student-led push to improve gender inclusivity, seattle u’s trans* community is about to make itself heard. Haley Bayuga Graff has a black ...

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