Seattle University joins in mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela. The human rights activist is pictured here with SU President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., when he visited the university Dec. 9, 1999 to receive an honorary degree and meet with 1,000 people from 10 colleges and 12 high schools.
SU gardener, Janice Murphy, writes about soil in all its life-sustaining--but underappreciated--glory.
Eric Chalmers, president of Student Government at Seattle University, is ready for a career in politics.
The incoming president of the Universidad Centroamericana sits down for a conversation with Victoria Jones.
What's the story on the new greenhouse at 1313 E. Columbia?
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Six Seattle University graduates are serving in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and three are serving in JVC Northwest.
SU students took a break from their studies to soak up some canine compassion at "De-Stress with Dogs" on Nov. 18. The popular event is put on every quarter by the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion.
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We asked what you are grateful for and a couple colleagues sent in responses. Here they are...
Joelle Pretty, director of Premajor Studies and Student Academic Persistence:
"This year I am incredibly thankful for my colleagues in the Bellarmine Advising Center. They have supported me through major life transitions, including beginning my doctoral program (the EDLR here at SU); have developed innovative programs for teaching and learning; have cared for students holistically; and have maintained their smiles and sense of humor through it all. BEST. STAFF. EVER."
Amy Lane, gift and data integrity coordinator:
"I am grateful for my guy, my family, my friends, my job and a roof over my head. Beautiful sunrises, smiles from babies, purring from kittens, the first snowfall of winter and the warmth of the sun on my face during summer."
School of Law Professor Robert Chang, along with State Supreme Court Justice Steven González, will receive the 2014 Charles A. Goldmark Distinguished Service Award from the Legal Foundation of Washington for powerfully confronting racial disparity in the state's criminal justice system. Read more »
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