Cupid & Condoms: How to protect yourself this V-Day

Condoms are the most common form of contraception on Seattle University campus and the same trend appears on most college campuses, according to the National College Health Assessment. With Valentine’s Day upon us, partners interested in getting intimate this holiday are looking to condoms and other contraceptives for safe sex practices. Seattle U, congruent with […]

SU is getting Reaccredited: What does this mean for you?

For the first time since Seattle University’s accreditation in 2010, the Office of University Planning is hosting four information sessions throughout the month of February to educate students, faculty and staff about the Jesuit institution’s accreditation process. Accreditation is an ongoing conversation between universities and, specifically for Seattle U, the Northwest Commission on College and […]

Week in Review- February 14th

Explosion at Power Station Causes Blackout to Parts of Puerto Rico— An explosion and fire at a power station in Puerto Rico caused blackouts on Feb. 11, sending parts of San Juan, Trujillo Alto, Guaynabo, Caguas, Carolina and Juncos into darkness. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz confirmed that no injuries were sustained during the […]

SU Student Grapples with Threat of Losing DACA Protections

“I’ve been in line [to get my citizenship] since I was seven. I was raised here, I was enculturated here, and I’m not asking for any free handouts now,” David Morales-Rosales said as he discussed the current state of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. “If the opportunity came and they said, ‘hey, tomorrow […]

Gender Justice Center Breaks Binary Sex Education

Scientific diagrams of genitals, STD scare tactics and a lengthy list of contraceptives has become the traditional sex education experience in the American Public Education system. Working to change the traditional sex education script, Seattle University’s Gender Justice Center invited the Seattle Nonbinary Collective to host a sex education workshop titled “Queer Bodies, Queer Selves.” […]

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