99k for Seattle U Dance Marathon’s Ninth Year

When eight-year-old Jaden Burnett underwent treatment for recurrent ear infections, his family faced an unfathomable situation. They had to choose between his medical needs and the family’s other basic necessities. Fortunately, Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Uncompensated Care Fund helped cover what was not provided by their insurance, saving them from this impossible choice, and letting Jaden […]

University and Core Honors to Combine

To accommodate a broader range of majors, the University and Core Honors programs are combining into a single Honors program for all undergraduates This change in curriculum will expand the Honors student population by creating three new Honors tracks for incoming students to choose from: Intellectual Traditions, Innovations, and Society, Politics and Citizenship “The students […]

SRI Task Force Forums Revive Sustainability Conversation

The newly formed Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) task force held its first round of open forums last Tuesday, inviting faculty and students to actively participate in Seattle University’s efforts to divest from the fossil fuel industry. The forums prompted passionate exchanges that reflected the university’s mission to create a sustainable future. “I detected, among some […]

Graduate Accounting Major Ranks NO. 1 in the Northwest

Among the various distinguished majors offered by Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics, its accounting department—though not as popular as its sibling finance or management degrees—has plenty to boast about this new year. The 2016 U.S. News and World Report ranked the Albers graduate program with an accounting specialization as No. 1 in […]

What’s the Commotion About Caucuses?

The results of the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary are in, and the race to determine presidential nominees is off to an exciting start. Unfortunately, Washington voters have to wait until the last leg of the race to participate. At this stage of the presidential election, each state’s Democratic and Republican parties are […]

The Week in Review

Denver Broncos Win Super Bowl 50— On Sunday, the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Santa Clara, Calif. This game is rumored to be the last of Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning’s career, though he said he has not yet made a final decision. Broncos linebacker Von Miller came away with the Most Valuable […]

Humans of SU

Sophia Postle Strategic Communications “When I was younger I always wanted to be a famous actress. However, when I got to High School I became a lot more cynical and thought, ‘why the hell would I want to expose myself to all these people?’. But as I’ve matured I have realized how much I just […]

Task Force Final Report

In conjunction with Seattle University’s commitment and mission to diversity and inclusion, the Task Force on Diversity and Inclusive Excellence has made their final report available to students, faculty and staff. Formed two and a half years ago, the Task Force has been diligently investigating factors that might hinder our university in being a more […]

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