Not So Breaking News

Food. As a society we not only consume it but we are ruled by it, often culturally characterized by it; bombarded with advertisements and everything from produce to the fastest of foods. With such a large influence on our daily lives and basic survival, it is strange—and honestly sad—when one takes a step back and […]

Alan Rickman Tribute

The first time I saw Alan Rickman, I hated him. Like many young children, I saw Rickman embody Professor Severus Snape in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” for the first time when I was eight years old. He was villainous, untrustworthy and scary. He strode along with great strides, always speaking with that slow, […]

Seahawks Could See Major Roster Changes

The Seahawks season came to an end earlier than expected last Sunday, losing on the road in the divisional round in the playoffs to the Carolina Panthers by a score of 31-24. Heading into the offseason, there are more questions than answers, and the Seahawks will likely have a very different looking team next year. […]

Listen to This: Thundercat

You may recognize the name Thundercat (L.A. native Stephen Bruner) from Kendrick Lamar’s groundbreaking album “To Pimp a Butterfly.” He’s credited as one of the nineteen total producers and can be heard singing the hooks on “Wesley’s Theory” and “These Walls.” But Thundercat’s solo work is just as worthy of checking out; his album from […]

Humans of SU

Cory Daniels History “I guess the best thing that ever happened to me was my birth and being born into the family that I was born into. The best thing about my life is my family. There are 8 of us, including my parents, so we do well quantity wise. I think we just have […]

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