Pat Baldwin-McCurdy and John Schrader of Facilities uncover and eliminate hidden energy waste on campus.
The new executive director of public safety feels right at home at SU.
Older adults flock to SU to indulge their hankering for lifelong learning.
A new era began July 1 as the School of Law and College of Education welcomed new leaders.
The College of Science and Engineering's exhibit takes top honors at EXPO.
The Poverty Education Center deepens SU's commitment to those living on the margins.
SU Jesuits factor prominently amongst most-read Commons articles from the past year.
President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., gamely fielded a variety of questions on his leadership style, recent books he's read, the first Jesuit pope and more.
Rob Deltete reviews the latest offering by his colleague Pat Kelly, S.J.
Nineteen SU students and alumni have received prestigious awards and recognitions.
Two exemplary staff members will be honored at next week's Faculty and Staff Appreciation Celebration.
Distinguished alumna Deborah Limb recounts her journey in STEM.
Celebration of Research showcases scholarly pursuits undertaken by SU students.
SU honors faculty, staff, students and community partners at 9th annual Spirit of Community Celebration.
Engineering deans from Catholic institutions converged on SU for a first-of-its-kind meeting.
The SU community is joining this week with colleagues at Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) to explore the Jesuit response to poverty.
Father Steve speaks about discovering one's true humanity by engaging the world.
Coordinator of off-campus student life talks about her role at SU.
The Commons asked a number of Fr. Reichmann's Jesuit brothers and colleagues to share some words about this incredible individual.
While Amy Crusan-Kramer of the law school rides the rails, she writes the tales of Samantha Skylar.
The Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture is expanding the dialogue on Catholicism just as the Church steps into a new era.
SU's Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability will take up residence in world's greenest commercial building.
The law school is celebrating 40 years by honoring exceptional alumni.
Carol Weaver of the College of Education is the recipient of the 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award.
Father Steve speaks about five inspirational SU students and shares some of his own story.
Through a number of recent initiatives, the Controller's Office is saving paper.
From the moment he stepped onto the balcony, Pope Francis has been breaking precedents.
Patrick Murphy, associate professor of nursing, and Janet Shandley, director of graduate admissions, are co-chairs of this year's Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign.
Growing one's own food is a way to reconnect with the earth and alter how we eat.
Seattle University Youth Initiative earns recognition at the national and local level.