Highlighting Concerns About Conduct

Think back to your orientation at Seattle University as a first-year or transfer student. You can probably easily recall the excitement of familiarizing yourself with new people, places, and communities. In the chaos of welcome, you may have forgotten signing a document called the Redhawk Commitment, and it is likely you have violated it at ...

Foraging at its Finest

You start your day with a bowl of fruit: strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. On the way to class, you grab an Asian pear. For lunch, a green salad topped with fresh herbs. It’s all locally sourced, ethically produced, and organic. And none of it cost you a dime. You just had to know where to ...

Just The Beginning: Tensions Are Rising

On Wednesday, April 15 hundreds of protesters filled the Pigott atrium: hanging banners, waving signs, and showing support for workers in what was one of many demonstrations taking place across the country in a movement for labor rights. One of the organizations, Service Employees International Union, who has led the adjunct faculty unionization efforts at ...

Opening the Conversation on Campus

Over the past year, members of the seattle university community have made a difference with their social justice advocacy. but according to some students, the university still isn’t serving them as well as it could. nationally, graduation rates are low and suicide rates are high for native american students, even as our schools sit on ...

71 Days of Sun

Scenario: It’s the weekend. You have the day off. The sun is out. What do you do? On average, Seattle has less than 100 days of sunshine per year. Now that it’s spring, and the sun is starting to beam, it’s time to start soaking up as much of it as possible—especially since Seattle is ...

The Sun is Shining Now Go Outside

Ditch some of those layers and resurrect your favorite pair of sunglasses. The sun has decided to shine down upon us much earlier this year (yay for us, boo for climate change). Expect more clear blue skies and warmer weather once spring break kicks into high gear. If you don’t have any travel plans and ...

Adjuncts on a Mission

AN UNSETTLED IDEAL Dr. Jerome Veith, an adjunct philosophy professor, is no stranger to Jesuit education. He attended Seattle University for undergrad and received his doctorate from Boston College, both experiences that lend him a useful empathy for the students he teaches now. “I really feel that I still identify with the students very well,” ...

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