Seattle, WA – In a long awaited policy change, Seattle University will begin putting quotation marks around the Science in all of their School of Arts and “Sciences” literature and signs. “I mean come on, we have a whole separate school dedicated to science and engineering. We feel like it’s false advertising to call the classes offered in the School of Arts and Sciences science classes. Most people did the finger quotes already anyways.” Commented Father Sundborg when asked about the new change. There are surprisingly few opponents to the policy change, with most students in the School of Arts and “Sciences” department admitting that they fear math and the scientific process. Social Science professor Jake Frawed could only shrug when asked about the change in his department’s title.