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The Up-Side of Descending into Terror 

Andru Zodrow, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2020

If there is one word that will be appropriate when describing the year 2020 in the future, it will likely be “horrific.” In the opening months of the year, the United States teetered on the verge of war, democratic corruption and financial upheaval on the heels of a pandemic. The only thing scarier than the current reality are the moments of horr...

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Tuning in To Tune Out: Better Things and the unquestionable legitimacy of Madam Secretary

May 30, 2020

Season 6 of Madam Secretary released on Netflix this past week and was sadly the last season of what I think is one of the best...

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

May 27, 2020

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced in an email that Fall Quarter 2020 will officially begin two ...

The Six Block Situation

June 4, 2019

Tacos Guaymas Location: Located on Broadway between the intersections of Pike and Pine, Tacos Guaymas is a little hole-in-the-wal...

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Seattle U’s Nursing Department Reacts To WA State Nursing Bill

May 1, 2019

When the Washington State nursing bill SHB1155 passed last week, the nursing department at Seattle University had a more positive...

Bulgogi, marinated beef, from Bonchon, a restaurant known for selling traditional Korean food at fair prices.

BONCHON: WINNER, WINNER, PRETTY GOOD CHICKEN DINNER

April 10, 2019

Bonchon is finally open in Seattle, and everyone with an Instagram account is there. Well, not really, but while you are waiting...

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Sports Week In Review

January 16, 2019

Men’s Swimming Men’s swimming competed last weekend at the Redhawk Center against Air Force. Air Force proved to be strong...

SSA Statement on Seattle University’s Divestment from Fossil Fuels

November 28, 2018

On September 19, 2018, Seattle University publicly announced that the Board of Trustees voted to commit to divesting from companie...

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New Faces, New Ideas: The Who’s Who of SGSU

October 31, 2018

As the first month of school comes to a close and midterms begin, the Student Government of Seattle University [SGSU] elects new me...

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SU Student Grapples with Threat of Losing DACA Protections

February 7, 2018

“I’ve been in line [to get my citizenship] since I was seven. I was raised here, I was enculturated here, and I’m not asking...

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Gender Justice Center Breaks Binary Sex Education

February 7, 2018

Scientific diagrams of genitals, STD scare tactics and a lengthy list of contraceptives has become the traditional sex education...

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Redhawks Basketball Soars to a Win on Homecoming

February 7, 2018

Last Saturday was Homecoming week, and the Seattle University Men’s Basketball team hit Key Arena to take on Utah Valley. Before...

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