Mirror MondayMonday, February 25, ALL DAYVisit a bathroom mirror in either Student Center, Pigott, or the Pavilion Monday the 25th and write something that you love about your inner-self on the paper covering the mirror to participate in this event!Healthy Lifestyles with a Busy ScheduleMonday, February 25, at 5PM in the Engineering Building Room 312Come learn how to create the best workout for your body even with a chaotic lifestyle, taught by Personal Trainer Christine Kim. Educational/Demonstrational techniques. Sign up using Group Fitness Registration site or MemberMe app.Chris Lowney, Author of "Heroic Leadership," to Speak at SUMonday, February 25, at 6PM in Pigott AuditoriumJoin us as Chris Lowney, author of Heroic Leadership, discusses the application of Ignatian principles in the 21st century. Lowney is a former Jesuit and former managing director of J.P. Morgan & Co. In Heroic Leadership: Best Practices from a 450-Year-Old Company that Changed the World, he details how the Jesuit approach to molding innovative, flexible global thinkers worked in the past and has resonance today as leaders wrestle with rapid change and limited resources. This event is supported by the Endowed Mission Fund for Advancing the Jesuit and Catholic Mission and sponsored by the Institute of Public Service, Albers School of Business and the MFA Arts Leadership Program.Moore Center Art DisplayTuesday, February 26, at 9AM-5PM in Student Center HearthThe Moore Center, Washington State's longest-established eating disorders clinic will be bringing a gallery of patient art to SU's campus. Walk through this gallery to view unique and personal art from patients, as well as learn various statistics and facts about different eating disorders.Green Isn't Just a Color, It's a LifestyleTuesday, February 26, at 6-8PM in Student Center 130Come learn and play while increasing your environmental wellness! Hear Matthew Benedict from the Sustainability Office speak and participate in some fun activities. You can make a difference; come learn how!Free Nutrition WorkshopWednesday, February 27th at 7PM in Chardin Hall 144 Seminar Room #2This week’s lecture topic is “Blasting the Sugar Blues.”Seattle U Women’s Basketball vs Texas StateThursday, February 28, at 7PM in the Connolly CenterThe Seattle University women's basketball team looks for a second consecutive appearance in the postseason as it starts play in the Western Athletic Conference. Join the intimate atmosphere in the Connolly Center North Court and cheer on the Redhawks!The Vagina MonologuesFriday, March 1, at 7PM in the Pigott AuditoriumSeattle U Society of Feminists presents Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues. The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women's sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For more than twelve years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public.Seattle U Women’s Basketball vs Texas-San AntonioSaturday, March 2, at 7PM in the Connolly CenterThe Seattle University women's basketball team looks for a second consecutive appearance in the postseason as it starts play in the Western Athletic Conference. Join the intimate atmosphere in the Connolly Center North Court and cheer on the Redhawks!