Now undergoing the most significant renovation in its history, Connolly Center will reopen as a dramatically improved home for our student-athletes and a great place for fans and visitors, too.
Find out how Connolly will be enhanced, what the radiating structure in this rendering is all about and how all members of the SU community will benefit from the remodel.
Student-athletes arrive on campus and get ready for the fall season.
The dry summer has SU gardeners getting creative.
SU student Alaina Bever participates in a prestigious scholars program.
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Tom Lucas, S.J., rector of the Arrupe Community, unpacks the complex man that St. Ignatius was on the Jesuit founder's feast day.
Well, well, well, what's going on here? Is someone (illegally) lighting up in the bell tower of the Admin Building? Guess again. Or click here for the full picture.
It's never too early to send photos of your summer exploits. These traditionally are shown at the President's Welcome and also appear in The Commons.
In anticipation of the Pope's visit to the U.S. next month, the Association of Jesuit College and Universities has developed a Medium.com page to which students, alumni, faculty and staff can submit essays on what it means to be Jesuit educated. The link to the Medium publication,
, can be found
here. You will see examples of the kinds of submissions others have made. The web page is part of a larger social media campaign sponsored by AJCU that you can read about at
The Seattle U community is encouraged to participate. Please send your proposed Medium.com essays with any accompanying photos and videos to Dean Forbes at firstname.lastname@example.org. Essays should be about 500 words in length. AJCU will review all submissions for grammar and spelling. AJCU will promote a selection of essays each Friday that reflect a mix of institutions and roles.
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