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Week in Review

January 23, 2020

Women’s Week in Review Swimming The Seattle University’s Women’s Swim team travelled to Colorado Springs, Colorado to face...

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The Week in Review

November 20, 2019

State of Emergency Declared over Washington Portion of I-5 Washington Governor Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency over rou...

Women’s Week In Review

March 7, 2019

Basketball This week the Seattle University Women’s Basketball team traveled to California as the season comes to a close....

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Men’s Week In Review

March 7, 2019

Basketball The Seattle University Men’s Basketball team was defeated by Utah Valley University by a final score of 77-68 in...

Women’s Week In Review

December 6, 2018

Swimming Seattle University put on a great display at the Husky Invitational in Federal Way, Washington on Nov. 30, with six swim...

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Men’s Week In Review

December 6, 2018

Basketball It was a big week for the Seattle University Men’s Basketball team, taking on Northwest University on Nov. 28 and...

Week in Review- May 30, 2018

Sarah Haghi, Author

May 30, 2018

Dizzy from Debates About Denuclearization— The back-and-forth negotiation attempts between the two Koreas and America has been dizzying recently. This past Saturday May 26, the two Korean leaders, Kim Jung Un in the north and President Moon Jae-in in the south, had a secret summit meeting in which Kim Jung Un reaffirmed his commitment to denuclear...

The Week in Review- May 16, 2018

Jacqueline Lewis, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 17, 2018

Pastor Sparks Further Controversy at U.S. Embassy— Robert Jeffress, a Dallas evangelical pastor known for his offensive language towards Jewish, Islamic and gay communities, led the opening prayer on Monday for the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. Jeffress has been quoted saying “you can’t be saved by being a Jew” and that Mormonism and Islam are ...

Week in Review: May 9, 2018

Bailee Clark, Author

May 10, 2018

Kilauea Spits Lava and Gas on Hawaii— On Hawaii’s Big Island, the most active volcano, Kilauea, is continuing to eject lava and toxic fumes, forcing residents to flee. On May 1, cracks were observed on the mountain and then a magnitude 6.9 earthquake shook the island, the island’s largest quake in 42 years. Data shows that around 1,000 earth...

Week in Review- May 2nd

Sofía Muro-Wells, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018

Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Effort to End DACA— A District of Columbia federal judge ruled last week that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) protections will stay in place and that the government must resume accepting new applications for the program. DACA protects undocumented young adults from deportation by giving them the chance to wo...

Week in Review- April 18, 2018

Hunter Uechi, Author

April 19, 2018

COMEY LIVES UP TO TRUMP’S TWEETS — Before former FBI director James Comey’s interview with ABC News aired on April 15, President Trump tweeted about his experience with Comey. Trump referred to Comey as a liar, a “slippery” man and a “slimeball” and named him the “Worst FBI Director in history.” During Trump’s morning tweets, he r...

Week in Review- April 11

Sofía Muro-Wells, Managing Editor

April 15, 2018

Over 70 Syrians Dead in Chemical Attack in Douma— Hundreds of Syrian civilians exhibited symptoms of exposure to toxic chemicals and medical workers have reported that over 70 have died of suffocation in a suspected chemical attack on April 8 in the rebel-held town of Douma. Rescuers and aid groups say that the attack was executed by S...

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