The Battle for Adjunct Unionization Comes to a Halt

Tess Riski co-authored this story. Currently our system won’t allow us to display two bylines. In the northeast corner of campus stands nine stories of scaffolding that boasts a $52 million price tag. It will transform quickly into Seattle University’s newest residence hall, which will provide what many consider essential space as the university seeks […]

SGSU Film Screening Sparks DACA Dialogue

This past  Thursday, Jan. 11, Student Government of Seattle University (SGSU) and the Seattle University Film Society partnered to host a screening of “El Norte”, to discuss the struggles of immigrant families who come to the United States and to provide resources for those being affected by the new regulations of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). […]

Magnolia

The Magnolia United Church of Christ was filled with restless chatter and loud applause last Tuesday night. This would seem quite unusual for a normal church proceeding but, on that day, community members came together for a public hearing to give their opinions and listen to others about the recently revived affordable housing proposal for the former Fort Lawton land plot […]

State Investigation Underway on Death of Iron Worker

At the dawn of a new year and a new quarter, Seattle University continues to promote new, expansive changes, like the opening of the new campus bookstore and Vi Hilbert Hall, the Student Residence and Enrollment Services Center under construction on 12th and Madison. On Dec. 30, 2017 amidst the hustle and bustle of construction, ironworker Raymond Estores […]

Resources for Your Next Multimedia Project

Note from the Editor: This article was co-written by Frances Divinagracia and Gillian Monty, although we are currently unable to display multiple authors’ names due to technical difficulties. Artists and creatives: are you seeking to diversify your creative expression? Are you looking collaborate with other artists and explore new mediums? Getting feedback for a variety […]

New Cat Cafe is the Purr-fect Spot to Unwind

A few blocks away from Seattle University campus on Belmont and Pine, the new Neko Seattle Cat Cafe offers a place for cat-lovers of all ages to relax and interact with some furry adoptable cats. This cafe experience has been open for three weeks and adds a different mix to the coffee and happy hour […]

Narratives of Changing Places: TEDx Seattle 2017

A violin rock concert, a professor “Calling Bullshit,” a fashion show and Native American chants all highlighted this year’s TEDxSeattle “Changing Places.” TED, which stands for Technology, Education and Design, started recording its famed TED talks in 1984. Attending one of the four official TED conferences has become harder due to the scarcity and the […]

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