Five Secrets to Successful Swimming

I can’t even remember when I first learned to swim. I was in the water with my family before I could even walk. I grew up on year-round swim teams and I spent my summers lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons. For all intents and purposes, I spent about as much of my childhood in the […]

Redhawks Look To Conference Championship

The women’s basketball team did not get off to a strong start this season as they currently hold an 8-9 record. That being said, they had a very difficult non-conference schedule playing against teams such as Pepperdine in their season opener and large Pac-12 opponents. “I feel like our season has been up and down,” […]

Seahawks V Niners: Why You Should Care

This Sunday, the fate of the National Football Conference (NFC) Championship will be decided when the 49ers and Seahawks face off for the third time this season and for the second time in Seattle. This is a big deal. If not because the winner goes to the Super Bowl, then because these two teams, arguably […]

Seattle Seahawks Soar into Playoffs

The Seattle Seahawks will continue their quest this weekend to bring the city of Seattle its first championship sports team since 1979 when the Supersonics won the NBA finals. For the first time since the 2005-2006 season, where the team made their lone Super Bowl appearance, the Seahawks are back in the playoffs as the […]

Balls Out: Homosexuality in Boxing

After fathering 11 children with three women and falling into some financial problems, boxing legend Evander Holyfield took some drastic measures to provide security for his extensive family. He put off retirement till the age of 48, sold a great deal of his memorabilia and finally stooped to joining both “Dancing with the Stars” and […]

Attending SU Basketball Games for Dummies

If you’re an average student with a full-time job, a full class load and those extra service-learning hours, you may have never been to a Seattle University basketball game. It’s okay. It’s not like you hate sports or anything; you have probably just been really busy writing papers about whether or not Socrates was guilty […]

Men’s Soccer Makes History in NCAA

It goes without saying that this was an amazing season for the Seattle University men’s soccer team. After starting the year with an unspectacular preseason record of 0-6-1, the team progressed impressively through an undefeated season to the Western Athletic Conference(WAC) Championship. The season climaxed on Sunday November 24 when flocks of Seattle U students […]

Get Ready for the Snow-pacalypse, Seattle

Get ready Seattle–the snow-pacalypse is coming. Well, not quite. But in a city like Seattle where snow is rarely known to accumulate on the city streets, even a few inches of powdery white snow are enough to get the city buzzing. After Seattle University students received the year’s first email about snow closure procedures last […]

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