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Editor's Blog

SU License Plate

Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Alumni Relations and the Alumni Board of Governors are working hard to get a Seattle University license plate on the road. There is a legislative bill in the Senate Transportation Committee to create an SU plate design. Proceeds from sales will fund student scholarships. license plate

A Calling to Make a Difference

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Seattle man's generous gift to the School of Theology and Ministry

Verle Bleese

#1 Macroeconomics Program

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BusinessWeek names Albers' macroeconomics program the best in the U.S.

Gareth Green

Insights on Terror

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Chris Harmon, '77, a leading scholar on terrorism issues

Chris Harmon

Carbon Diet

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More fit: Connolly Center's carbon footprint shrinks

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Calendar

MNPL 20th Anniversary Celebration    

Wednesday, May 21
6:30–8:30 p.m.
Campion Ballroom, Seattle University

The Master of Nonprofit Leadership Program marks its 20th year with an event featuring alumni, program leaders and more. Information: (206) 296-6288.

Class Notes

Class Note boniviBonivi Casem Caculitan Sanchez, 07, ’12 MIT, married Austin Cordova-Sanchez in front of family and friends, many of whom are alumni of Seattle University. The couple, who wed at Immaculate Conception Church, resides in the Seattle area. The wedding party included Gerd Casem Padilla, ’09, Michael Casem, ’96, ’98 MIT, Chris Casem Caculitan, ’13, Lawrence Casem Caculitan, ’03, Noel Casem Padilla, ’14, Dorothy Cordova (regent 1980-91) ’98, Fred Cordova, ’53, ’98, Thomas Sanchez, Jr. ’13, Jennifer Ramelb Casem, ’98, Veronica Smith-Casem, ’96, ’02 JD, Mervin Casem, ’94, Austin Cordova-Sanchez, Bonivi Casem Caculitan Sanchez, ’07, ’12 MIT, Cecilia Cordova, ’86, ’99, Bea Casem, ’11, Bianca Casem, ’15, and Rene Laigo, ’80.