Naomi Kasumi creates special exhibit for one-year anniversary of earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
The removal of bottled water from SU's campus is having far-reaching impacts.
Father Tom Murphy offers words to live by in this Lenten season.
The 2012-2013 McGoldrick Fellow Paul Milan reflects on his time at SU so far.
The Albers School's new Health Leadership EMBA is strengthening a sector looking for solutions.
The College of Nursing's Jean Tang is at the forefront of national effort to improve elder care.
SU puts its buildings in neutral with facilities upgrades, offsets.
When our region’s blood supply was dangerously low, SU stepped up to help meet the need.
The School of Law will honor the late Gordon Hirabayashi for his principled stand against an unjust government policy.
SU is among the nation’s top producers of Peace Corps volunteers.
One of the nation’s largest annual book festivals will take place at Seattle University on Saturday, Feb. 4.
The man The Sunday Times of London has called "the most influential academic in the world" visits Seattle University next week to deliver the Catholic Heritage Lecture.
In the first of a two-part series, Janice Murphy provides a little history lesson on SU’s grounds.
SU staff share tricks of the trades with local high school students.
Longtime Matteo Ricci faculty member and administrator is tabbed to lead the college.
Steven Holl, the mastermind behind SU's chapel, has received the American Institute of Architects’ 2012 Gold Medal.
Environmental Studies Program garners grant for innovative project.
The College of Nursing’s new doctoral program focuses on those most in need.
The Albers School of Business and Economics installs three faculty in endowed positions.
The women's basketball team is hosting the annual Thanksgiving tournament.
Vicky Minderhout is named one of the finest faculty in the land.
New cookie is named for ASSU president with multisyllabic name.
Matteo Ricci College launches first leadership degree on the West Coast.
Seattle University School of Law will bring William Marler, ’87, the country’s most prominent foodborne illness lawyer, to campus Nov. 17.
The impending toll on the 520 bridge inspires Doug Duncan to adopt a new fitness regimen, and more.
Janice Murphy explains the science behind leaves changing colors and SU's sustainable approach to the foliage falling on its campus.
The president outlines SU's position and potential in his first-ever State of the University.
The Douglas Building is enhancing the SU experience for students and staff.