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New SU CFO Wilson Garone Confronts Opportunities and Challenges

New SU CFO Wilson Garone Confronts Opportunities and Challenges

November 5, 2019

After a search that began in early 2019, Wilson Garone has been appointed the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Seattle University. His previous work as a Corporate VP and C...

A letter to Seattle U and Fr. Steve from SU Alumni for Planned Parenthood

A letter to Seattle U and Fr. Steve from SU Alumni for Planned Parenthood

October 10, 2019

Dear Seattle University and Father Steve,  We are disappointed. We are not surprised, but we are angry, livid, concerned, and frustrat...

In the Capitol Hill neighborhood there are two Planned Parenthood clinics within walking distance of campus.

SU President Removes Planned Parenthood Reference—Deems it Incompatible With Jesuit Universities

October 9, 2019

President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg S.J. is defending his decision to remove Planned Parenthood from a list of student resources...

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Discussion Presents Topic of State of Women in Jesuit Church

October 18, 2017

Members of the Seattle University community met on Friday for a discussion on the status of women in the Jesuit Church and Se...

Mission Examen Assesses Seattle U's Jesuit Values

Mission Examen Assesses Seattle U’s Jesuit Values

March 1, 2017

Seattle University religious leaders are currently spearheading the Mission Examen, a report which will eventually make its way...

Vatican Issues Signs of More Tolerance

Mason Bryan, Author

October 13, 2014

A synod held by Pope Francis and bishops from around the world reflected the continued effort by the Catholic church to be more tolerant and inclusive of gay and divorced Catholics, the New York Times reported Monday. The meetings, which included an assembly of 200 bishops, intended to address family issues in contemporary society. According to a report...

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