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This Week in Entertainment

This Week in Entertainment

April 18, 2020

The quarantine-friendly recap of all the best food, films and fun to be had, as reported by the Spectator.  One of the ...

Using potatoes, plantain, or yuca can really help make a simple meal filling and delicious.

Strategic Cooking in the Time of COVID

April 16, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a mountain of new health and economic challenges for people across the globe. For some peop...

Student Concerns Surrounding the Coronavirus

Student Concerns Surrounding the Coronavirus

February 6, 2020

It appears the world has been sent into a frenzy over coronavirus, an illness with origins in Wuhan, China. Affected p...

Week in Review

Week in Review

January 16, 2020

The Seattle University Redhawks are back in action after winter break with some teams just beginning their seasons while others are ...

A New Decade; Forming Achievable Resolutions

A New Decade; Forming Achievable Resolutions

January 16, 2020

Every year, the dogs, cats, squirrels and birds go to sleep on New Year’s Eve and wake up the next morning on New Year’s Day, seemingly oblivious to why everyone is suddenly on a self-improvement kick. T...

In the decision to now sell course packs at the campus store, prices have experienced a substantial– and sometimes shocking–
price increase

Course Pack Price Increase at Bookstore

January 16, 2020

The beginning of the quarter saw a change in the way that students get materials for their classes: the bookstore is now selling co...

Five-year-old Ellison Nguyen says he came up with the idea for his book “Chicken of the Sea” in his head.

“Chicken of the Sea”: A Multigenerational Collaboration

January 15, 2020

Elliot Bay Book Company hosted a reading last Saturday for “Chicken of the Sea,” a children’s book about chickens, pirates an...

Week in Review

Week in Review

January 15, 2020

Houston Astros The Major League Baseball and commissioner Rob Manfred announced on monday that the Houston Astros would be punis...

“Death by 1,000 Cuts”: The Pervasive Effects of Microaggressions At Seattle U

November 13, 2019

“The dirty looks on this campus are just—man, I’d be rich if I had a quarter for every single one of them,” Political...

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...

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