Ten Holly Jolly Holiday Events

‘Tis the season for magical nutcrackers, a special red-nosed reindeer, lighted decorations and hanging stockings by the chimney with care. The editorial board selected the best and brightest festivities throughout the month of December that are sure to bring you Christmas cheer. Woodland Park Zoo Lights | Woodland Park Zoo All month except Dec. 24 ...

Outside Looking in: SU Republicans Speak out

On Nov. 4, a fraction of Americans headed to the polls. Republicans took eight seats in the Senate, they expanded their majority in the House, and they won a slew of gubernatorial races. For Seattle U’s passive Democrats—those, for example, who haven’t been following polling data—the midterm election results undoubtedly came as a shock. But ...

Prof’s Departure Sparks Petition, Protest

Professors who can awaken a student’s appetite for knowledge are a fundamental source of pride for Seattle University. That is why news of Dr. Larry Cushnie’s contract not being renewed for the next academic year has frustrated and bewildered students across this campus. Cushnie has taught as an adjunct faculty member in the Political Science ...

Controversy Brews Over Youth Jail

Audrey Mallinak • The Spectator A decision by the Seattle City Council to approve $210 million project to rebuild the King County Youth Detention Center located just south of campus has spurred significant activism among those at Seattle University and the surrounding community. How that money should be spent lies at the center of the ...

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, ...

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