Personal Essays on Black History Month

In 1926, Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard-trained educator, working with the Association for the Study of Negro Life established Black History Week – an opportunity to honor the largely unknown contributions of those of African descent and to celebrate the essence of a history that is integral to the narrative of America as apple pie. […]

Is Seattle University Prepared to Handle an Earthquake?

With the end of winter quarter in sight, students in the College of Science and Engineering are working to complete their senior projects. One project in particular directly measures Seattle University’s preparedness for an earthquake. Seattle U is located near the Seattle Fault, which according to the Seattle Emergency Management website, has not experienced an […]

Bon App is out, Chartwells is in: SU’s new Catering Company

Self-order kiosks, mobile ordering, revamped eating areas and weekly rotating menus are just a few of the changes that are coming to the dining experience at Seattle University. Starting July 1, Seattle U will say goodbye to its longtime food service provider, Bon Appétit, and welcome aboard its replacement: Chartwells. Both Bon Apppétit and Chartwells […]

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