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Planting Changes

Planting Changes

February 28, 2019

How to Live With Green Guilt For those of us who spend copious amounts of time worrying about the Earth and researching m...

Crippling It

February 28, 2019

Since When Did Basic Politeness and Decency Start Killing Free Speech? I dislike the term “political correctness.” Not ...

The Music Scoop

February 28, 2019

Upcoming Artist Alert! Suzi Wu and Wiley from Atlanta Suzi Wu Suzi Wu is a vivacious 20-year old singer hailing from B...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

February 28, 2019

Failure to Launch The impending march of finals grows every closer as we inch towards deadlines and exams. Thus, it seem...

The Music Scoop

February 18, 2019

The Growlers 2009-2019: A Decade of Beach Goth and More Bold, electric, and dynamic. Since 2009, multimember indie roc...

That’s So… Astreaux

February 18, 2019

Thank God It's Finally Pisces SZN Well folks, at the moment that I’m writing to you on Friday afternoon, it’s still #...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

February 18, 2019

The Volatility of the Gaming Industry The snow has finally started to thaw around Seattle, and as we troop on towards the en...

Planting Changes

Planting Changes

February 10, 2019

Giving Plastic a Second Chance If you have not heard by now, Seattle University has a recycling problem. To be specific, the blue bins are being contaminated with non-recyclable waste and polluted w...

The Music Scoop

February 9, 2019

Album Review: Outer Peace by Toro y Moi Contributing to the chillwave and house pop scene since 2010, American singer/songwr...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

February 9, 2019

It’s been a snow filled week here at Seattle University, and with everyone snowed in and fighting over bread and local produce...

Crippling It

February 2, 2019

The Thing My Emotional Support Dog Does Best: Deflecting Ableist Comments Disabled people constantly deal with able-bodied ad...

Planting Changes

Planting Changes

February 2, 2019

Small Green Changes There is still time to change the state of the world. It’s hard to remember this, considering the sor...

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