The Week In Review

1.6 BILLION POWERBALL WINNING NUMBERS ANNOUNCED— The winning numbers for the largest jackpot in North American history were revealed on Wednesday, Jan. 13. The first drawing for the historic Powerball was held on Nov. 7. There was no winning ticket. Drawings continued every few days after the original, with none yielding winners. As time went […]

Asking For a Friend

Hey Fam! Welcome to Asking for a Friend! It’s your new guidance counselor Carlos Rodriguez here and I’ve been working hard trying to revamp this section so please invite your friends. I’m really bad at introductions but here’s the basic gist of who I am. I am currently a junior studying Public Affairs (recently switched […]

Bedbugs Found in University Residence Halls

They strike in the darkest hour of night, crawling, creeping, shifting through the rooms in residence halls across campus. No, there aren’t vampires stalking our halls—there are bedbugs. There were confirmations of bedbug infestations in Campion Hall roughly three weeks ago. Two rooms of Seattle University students were affected by the bugs and through little […]

The Week in Review

Four Dead in Oklahoma State University Homecoming Parade Tragedy— Adacia Chamber, a 25-year-old Stillwater resident, was arrested on a DUI charge Saturday morning after crashing into a crowd of onlookers at the Oklahoma State University Homecoming Parade in Stillwater, Okla. Four people were killed and more than three-dozen people were injured. According to CBS News, […]

SGSU: Bigger and Stronger Than Ever

Fall quarter brings new members to student government who seek to serve the Seattle University community the best they can. Student Government at Seattle University President Mallory Barnes believes this year’s representatives to be nothing short of phenomenal. “They are astounding individuals with so many great ideas and very action oriented,” Barnes said. SGSU’s current […]

Rolling Stone In Uphill Battle Against Truth

Rolling Stone’s sensationalized story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia has been thoroughly discredited for inaccuracies suggesting that the horrific account could not have happened as it was described. The story was rightfully retracted. The consequences are many, but accountability is fleeting. Jann S. Wenner, the magazine’s publisher, said no one […]

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