SEAC Helps Students Get to Comic Con for Free

Every March, there comes a time where the downtown area has heavier traffic than usual. Zombies, superheroes, and all manner of other characters become a common sight on the streets. The occasion is, of course, Emerald City Comic Con, which is celebrating its 15th consecutive year as one of Seattle’s biggest pop culture celebrations. Over […]

2017 Oscars Shows Small Step Towards Inclusivity

“And the award for Best Picture goes to…” Warren Beatty said with some hesitation at the end of the 2017 Academy Awards Ceremony on Sunday. He glanced at the card, seemingly for dramatic effect, before he handed it to co-presenter Faye Dunaway. Dunaway announced, “La La Land!” and the packed audience at the Dolby Theatre […]

Creator of “What the Body Knows” to Host Moral Mondays Event

Choreographer, creative performer and queer, disabled artist of color Barak adé Soleil will be featured in the upcoming Moral Mondays event held by Seattle University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA). COURTESY OF TYRONE BROWN After creating his “What The Body Knows” choreographic project, performed in Chicago last October, Soleil formed his synthesis of race and […]

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