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Time Out Session: Ezgi Ozkan Soars to New Heights

Time Out Session: Ezgi Ozkan Soars to New Heights

October 9, 2019

Ezgi Ozkan, a first-year setter on the Seattle University Volleyball team, has soared to new heights during her short time on the squa...

To Straight Folks at Pride: Be Deliberate About the Space You Hold

June 6, 2019

It’s ironic to see a person who called me a faggot in sixth grade celebrating the progress of LGBTQ+ rights, and it’s a strange...

Get the Scoop on Salt & Straw’s New Cookbook

Get the Scoop on Salt & Straw’s New Cookbook

June 5, 2019

This year, co-founder of Salt & Straw ice cream Tyler Malek released “Salt & Straw Ice Cream Cookbook,” the product...

Billie Eilish Comes Out and Plays at Marymoor Park

Billie Eilish Comes Out and Plays at Marymoor Park

June 5, 2019

The 17-year-old sensation Billie Eilish made her way to Redmond to play a sold-out show at Marymoor Park on a cool, spring evening....

Parents and Care Providers Race to Find New Location for Mother’s Place

Parents and Care Providers Race to Find New Location for Mother’s Place

June 5, 2019

Mother’s Place, a Capitol Hill daycare center that has been providing quality daycare within the neighborhood for over 30 years,...

Diversity on Display at the Frye Art Museum

Diversity on Display at the Frye Art Museum

June 5, 2019

Two new exhibitions opened at the Frye Art Museum, featuring “After Preparing the Altar, the Ghosts Feast Feverishly” from...

The High Impact of Low Tide Beach Walks

The High Impact of Low Tide Beach Walks

June 5, 2019

For many, low tide is a unique opportunity to briefly view exposed seaweed, crabs and mystery objects before watching them become...

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

June 5, 2019

The sun set as six women panelists’ voices rose over the attending crowd at The Riveter, Capitol Hill’s female- owned and...

Social Professor Speaks with Naef Scholars on Activism

Social Professor Speaks with Naef Scholars on Activism

June 5, 2019

Associate Professor of Sociology at Seattle University Rachel Luft hosted an event in which she spoke about her experience with...

ESports, Expertise, and Entertainment at UW Gaming Expo

ESports, Expertise, and Entertainment at UW Gaming Expo

May 29, 2019

The University of Washington, having become the first university within the state of Washington to have a dedicated esports arena...

Greater Seattle: A City in Transformation or a Liberal Façade?

Greater Seattle: A City in Transformation or a Liberal Façade?

May 29, 2019

Seattle is a city that broadcasts its ability to be diverse, geographically unique, and welcoming. It is this liberal façade...

Journalists Discuss Misconceptions of Domestic Violence

May 29, 2019

Domestic violence is among the darkest of clouds over American society. Its damage is both mental and physical, and it can affect...

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