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“Shout Sister Shout” Breaks New Ground at The Seattle Rep

“Shout Sister Shout” Breaks New Ground at The Seattle Rep

December 5, 2019

“Shout Sister Shout” at the Seattle Repertory Theatre is undoubtedly the most impressive jukebox musical to grace a Seattle...

Gloria Steinem Is Given a Warm Welcome at the Paramount

Gloria Steinem Is Given a Warm Welcome at the Paramount

December 5, 2019

The political and literary community of Seattle has its fair share of powerhouse guests, and Gloria Steinem’s book tour stop...

Shifting Attitudes at 10th Anniversary of TEDxSeattle

Shifting Attitudes at 10th Anniversary of TEDxSeattle

December 5, 2019

TEDxSeattle held their 10th anniversary event at McCaw Hall on Saturday, Nov. 22, a theatre that is home to the Nutcracker and...

Do You Wanna Make a Sequel?

Do You Wanna Make a Sequel?

December 5, 2019

After a cool six years of waiting, Disney’s favorite sisters Anna and Elsa are back and ready for another adventure in “Frozen II,” as they embark on a quest to save their ki...

What Are Redhawks up to This Turkey Day?

What Are Redhawks up to This Turkey Day?

December 5, 2019

The Thanksgiving season was celebrated later than usual this year. It gave Seattle University students and staff a five day weekend...

Nasty Cherry Paves Their Own Way to Fame

Nasty Cherry Paves Their Own Way to Fame

December 5, 2019

Envision a mystic world of bubblegum pink hair, rolled cigarettes, neon eyeshadow, drives through the dreamy streets of Los Angeles,...

Short Bisexual Queen Writes the Happy Ending the Gays Deserve

Short Bisexual Queen Writes the Happy Ending the Gays Deserve

November 20, 2019

In an effort to unlearn and unsubscribe from heteronormative narratives typically found in literature and media, I have tried...

On Pizza Week: Michaela Doubles Her Caloric Intake

On Pizza Week: Michaela Doubles Her Caloric Intake

November 20, 2019

My meals consisted of four different types of pizza this week, and it is a sacrifice I made so you don’t have to. Seattle’s...

Black Catholic Lecture Explores Religion and Race in Art

Black Catholic Lecture Explores Religion and Race in Art

November 20, 2019

The artistic imagery of Catholicism is that of a deep sadness at the death of Jesus but also contains joy of liberation through...

Surprise in the Stumptown Basement with Full Moon Market

Surprise in the Stumptown Basement with Full Moon Market

November 20, 2019

Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a staple for Seattle University students due to its close proximity to campus, holds a local gathering...

Intergalactic Shenanigans Continue with “Rick and Morty”

Intergalactic Shenanigans Continue with “Rick and Morty”

November 20, 2019

“Rick and Morty,” the Adult Swim animated series helmed by “Community” creator Dan Harmon, is back on the air after two...

The Hits and Bangers of 2019: More Than a Ruckus

The Hits and Bangers of 2019: More Than a Ruckus

November 13, 2019

2019 was a record-breaking year for music. With the debut albums of several up-and-coming artists as well as returns from established...

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