Guest Op-Ed: We Should Be Angry

Though I was not able to participate physically in the senior streak, as I was traveling home that day, I feel as though I participated in conversation with my fellow students. As a student who feels as though I am fairly active on campus I think the streak happened for several reasons and I think ...

Guest Op-Ed: A Week-Long Game of Cat and Mouse

The Senior Streak has, since its inception, been a mindless and innocuous (provided participants don’t trip and fall) event. It neither seeks nor wants University approval—isn’t that, at least in part, the point? Moreover, its primary goal is celebratory in the same vein as the naked bicyclists at the Fremont Solstice Festival: good people doing ...

Housing Problems

Recently, Housing and Residence Life sent out a survey to the Seattle U student population concerning housing options and pricing. The survey asked the student to pick from a list of housing options that they would be interested in, and then led to a question over pricing per quarter for said options. From my survey, ...

Shooting A Wake-Up Call

Last Friday’s massacre in Santa Barbara, allegedly the work of 22-year-old student Elliot Rodger, was senseless and horrific. But what really alarmed me was how Rodger’s rationalization for the murders felt so familiar. I recognized his belief that “gentlemanliness” entitled him to sexual and romantic attention—because I see a subtler version of it all the ...

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