CES, CSI, and SEAC Can’t Tell Difference Between Each Other

Student Center— with all of the acronyms floating around Seattle University’s involvement-based organizations, it can be hard to keep track! When it comes to understanding who actually does what, and why the groups were created in the first place, it’s important to know the holy origins story. For that we turn to the Book of…

Seattle University Administration Confused and Offended by Students’ Demands for a “Just and Humane World”

Student Center – With all of the recent conversations, forums, emails, and dialogues around campus, it has been hard to avoid contentious conversations surrounding what it means to be a part of the Seattle University community. For many, these conversations end up circling around to SU’s mission statement regarding the university’s commitment to building leaders…

New UCOR Option: Sign Ripping 101

Pigott Building – During a recent faculty meeting led by Father Steve, the big man himself pitched a fantastic idea: why not have a new UCOR dedicated to learning how to tear signs promoting the liberal agenda? The new Theological Explorations class will cover exciting new topics such as ‘work out regimens for strong arms’,…

Local Nursing Major Just Wants to “Help People”

Garrand Building- Local nursing major Stacey Johnson was asked to introduce herself and to describe what attracted her to her major, when she delivered a revolutionary answer: “It was simple, really. I just, like… really like helping people,” Stacey said. We needed to know more about her controversial thinking. “Like… there are so many sick…

Giant Slug Infestation Rocks Seattle University Quad

Seattle University Quad- As Redhawks flock to the Quad to soak up the sun, this reporter only had one question: where the fuck are these slugs coming from? The warm weather has brought upon us these large slugs hanging from the trees. But what are they? We asked our fellow Redhawks if they knew more…