Letter to the Editor From Dean Kelly

I am grateful that MRC coalition students brought forward their concerns in such a way that we can now work together on solutions. I regret deeply that any student feels pain as a result of their experience at Seattle University and particularly within the Matteo Ricci College. It is heartbreaking to hear the stories of […]

RHA Considers Gender Inclusive Housing

Discussions about gender inclusivity at Seattle University have been on the rise in recent years. Most recently, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) has begun to push for gender inclusive housing on campus. The movement toward gender inclusive housing started with outreach through a survey on Facebook aimed at exploring student opinions on the topic. Gender […]

Photo Campaign Reclaims The Word “Disability”

The connotations of a word often carry more weight than the word’s actual definition. Take “disability,” for example. Our culture still largely perceives disabilities as negative—ultimately detrimental. A student group at Seattle University is seeking to show that this doesn’t have to be the case. Addison Lucia Anna Noel Pickett is the President of the […]

Bey Gets Personal

For most musicians, it would be pompous—and probably impossible—to convince HBO executives to make their service free for a single day and debut an hour-long “visual album.” For Beyoncé, it’s entirely fitting. And as if the dramatic release of “Lemonade” wasn’t attention-grabbing enough, the lyrical content of the album is equally surprising. Beyoncé reveals in […]

Students Choose Social Justice Values Over KCBA Scholarship

Janet Rodrigues, a student in the Seattle University School of Law, faces a $3,000 deficit after refusing scholarship money from the King County Bar Association (KCBA) because of the organization’s support for the King County Youth Detention Center. Another law student, Miguel Willis, has also taken a stance against the KCBA’s involvement with the detention […]

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