Much of the activity at SU this past calendar year had to do with planning and building for the future, yet plenty of milestones were marked and memories made in 2013. Click here to read our top 5 moments from the soon-to-be-concluded calendar year.
SU students find a creative way to reach out to the region's homeless.
With support from an National Science Foundation grant, four SU faculty are redefining how engineering education is delivered.
Professor Jason Wirth shares a centuries-old Japanese ritual with Fine Arts students.
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Two Seattle University Jesuits participated in the Dec. 1 Seattle Marathon.
it was the live reindeer, or the hot cocoa, or the caroling or just the all-around festive cheer. Whatever
the draw, a crush of merry-making revelers turned out for Seattle University’s
Christmas tree lighting on Dec. 5.
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Holiday Hoopla: The men's basketball team's next home game will feature a very special guest. Santa Claus will be landing his sleigh atop KeyArena at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15 before the Redhawks tip off against Pacific Lutheran University at 2 p.m. Learn more at Hoopla.
Kudos to SU's Chi Sigma Iota Counselor Honors Society which collaborated with SUYI partner Village Spirit Center for Community Change and Healing to participate in the Adopt a Family Program. A project of Catholic Community Services, Village Spirit is housing program for families meeting criteria for homelessness prior to admission. Donors included graduate students, staff, faculty and staff from the College of Education and across the university. Bill O'Connell and Kristi Lee of the College of Education report that the families communicated a warm thank you to the generosity of the donors and student organizers.
Championship Field is the 2013 "Field of the Year" in the college and university soccer category. Read more about the award given by the Sports Turf Managers Association.
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