Students Set the Stage for “Cabaret” on Campus

If one were to attend a theater performance at Seattle University’s Lee Center for the Arts, they may be struck by a lack of jazz hands, show tunes and box steps. This is because the theater department at Seattle U does not produce Broadway musicals, but instead produces original works such as an adaptation of […]

Sit Down, Eat Humble Pie

Walking through the grapevine-covered entryway, the location, the materials, the people, the pizza and the owner Brian Solazzi of Humble Pie indicate that the restaurant aspires to embody humility. From the chicken coop that houses six hens, to the solar panels to the rooftop gardens, it is clear why this sustainable restaurant was a finalist […]

Flotation Tanks on the Rise for Stress Relief

As I gingerly dipped a toe into the warm water of the pod shaped flotation tank, I thought of the scene from “Stranger Things,” where a small bald girl named Eleven climbs into a homemade flotation chamber assembled on the floor of the Hawkins Middle School gym. In the scene, Eleven floats in salt water […]

Seattle U Will Maintain Obama-Era Title IX Procedures

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos intends to alter Title IX, a 1972 education amendment that prohibits discriminations on the basis of sex in any education program that receives federal funding. This includes most K-12 institutions and a large majority of colleges, both public and private because of federal funding in financial aid programs. TAYLOR GUY […]

Seattle Mariners Fail to Make Playoffs

What looked to be a promising season for the Seattle Mariners turned out to be justas disappointing as the last 16 years. They composed a losing record of 76-81 for the 2017 season, finishing 14th in the MLB standings, just short of making playoff position. During the season, the Mariners lost some key players due […]

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