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Seattle University Moves Online in an Abundance of Caution for Fears of Coronavirus Transmission

Seattle University Moves Online in an Abundance of Caution for Fears of Coronavirus Transmission

March 12, 2020

Seattle University notified students on March 6 that the university had enacted its Infectious Disease Response Plan and will...

UREC’s “What Makes You Unique?” Project Positive Raises Questions on Accessibility and Communication

UREC’s “What Makes You Unique?” Project Positive Raises Questions on Accessibility and Communication

March 5, 2020

Along a staircase in the Fitness Center of University Recreation (UREC), UREC staff have taped up many pieces of paper. At the...

Stressful Registration Process for Students Leads to System Overhaul

Stressful Registration Process for Students Leads to System Overhaul

March 5, 2020

With the end of winter quarter fast approaching, many students at Seattle University were met with a myriad of issues when attempting...

Seattle University Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

Seattle University Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

March 5, 2020

After what seemed like a slow spread of the novel coronavirus—specifically the strain, COVID-19—as it came to Washington state...

Making a Mark: The Evolution of Seattle’s Tattoo Culture

Making a Mark: The Evolution of Seattle’s Tattoo Culture

February 27, 2020

Coming from the Tahitian word, tatau, which means “to strike,” tattoos have emerged, evolved, and expanded from earlier forms...

But First… Let Me Take Selfie. . . at the Seattle Selfie Museum

But First… Let Me Take Selfie. . . at the Seattle Selfie Museum

February 27, 2020

Tucked away in a sunlit corner behind Seattle’s famous gum wall lies downtown’s newest attraction, the Seattle Selfie Museum. A...

Local High School Teachers Allegedly Forced to Resign Over Sexuality

Local High School Teachers Allegedly Forced to Resign Over Sexuality

February 27, 2020

The Archdiocese of Seattle has placed the president of Kennedy Catholic High School on leave following protests and public outcry over the resignation of two gay teachers. The two teachers had allegedly been forced to resign as a result of their ...

Faculty and Staff Share Concerns Regarding University’s Handling of Budget Cuts

Faculty and Staff Share Concerns Regarding University’s Handling of Budget Cuts

February 21, 2020

For the last three years Seattle University has been operating at a financial deficit, prompting a university wide review of all...

Time Out Session: Grady and Newblom Sprint to Success

Time Out Session: Grady and Newblom Sprint to Success

February 20, 2020

With indoor season for the Seattle University Track & Field team in full swing, both Sophomore Regie Grady and Senior Michelle...

Urban Carnivore Project Aims to Protect Seattle Wildlife

Urban Carnivore Project Aims to Protect Seattle Wildlife

February 20, 2020

Rats and pigeons are among the most visible “wildlife” in an urban city like Seattle. The Urban Carnivore Project—a research...

Sex & Pleasure: The Good, The Bad, The Kinky

Sex & Pleasure: The Good, The Bad, The Kinky

February 13, 2020

“Learning how to experience pleasure and be intimate with one another is a vital part of our human experience. And if we continuously...

Ways to Celebrate Black History Month, 365 days a year

Ways to Celebrate Black History Month, 365 days a year

February 13, 2020

With each passing February, elementary school teachers enlighten students on the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his...

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