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Lone South American migrant walking along the dry Tijuana waterbed, a few feet away from the United States border.

Disgusted but Not Surprised: An Attack on Asylum Seekers by the Trump Administration

November 28, 2018

United States President Donald Trump said that military officials should treat rocks thrown by asylum seekers as a “firearm...

Seattle Restaurant Week: High End Food At Reasonable Prices

Seattle Restaurant Week: High End Food At Reasonable Prices

November 7, 2018

I have lived in Seattle for about two and half years and I’ve heard the phrase Seattle Restaurant Week (SRW) thrown around here...

homegrown music

Homegrown Music

November 7, 2018

Many people know that Seattle has a large music scene, but perhaps less known are the abundance of musicians that attend Seattle...

Junior Cody Gibson splits the Grand Canyon University defense in Sunday's matchup at Championship Field.

Seattle U Men’s Soccer Returns Home After Five-Game Win Streak

October 10, 2018

After a remarkable five victories in a row, the Redhawks returned to Seattle this past weekend for a match against Grand Canyon...

Off with No Troubles, SU Drag Show 2018 was the Bubbles

April 16, 2018

What do water and gender expression have most in common? Fluidity. Exploring drag performance with an “Under the Sea” the...

SU Women's basketball preparing to take on Idaho State.

Women’s Basketball Opener Leaves Room for Improvement

November 15, 2017

Seattle University Women’s Basketball opened their season this weekend with two games at home. The first was on Friday, Nov. ...

Sporting black caps, SU swimmers Jason Klein (Right) and Morgan Montemayor (Left) launch off the swim blocks to start a backstroke race.

SU Swimming Performs Under Pressure

November 8, 2017

The normally calm Connolly Center pools erupted with raucous energy this past Saturday as Seattle University’s swim teams to...

Ariel was a star of the show with her beautiful blue eyes. She perched on her human’s shoulder for much of the time, and reluctantly wore a lion mane for the paparazzi.

The Last Caturday

October 11, 2017

Twas a grey and rainy Saturday, and only the bravest of felines had made an appearance at Cal Anderson Park. Last Saturday was...

The BFA Photography Exhibition is publicly available during the Fine Arts Building’s hours of operation and will be on display until Friday, June 9.

BFA Photography Exhibition is a Powerful Senior Sendoff

May 25, 2017

If you had one chance to represent a year’s worth of work and leave your final mark on Seattle University, how would you do...

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