SU earns a high score in Princeton Review's latest green guide.
This year's Mission Day invites us to move from passive tolerance to active engagement.
Faculty, staff and students can recycle office and household items on April 18.
Bill Weis and Julie Woodward are among the recipients of this year's Alumni Awards.
Etiquette guru provides helpful hints for Albers students.
Phil Thompson and Penny Koch-Patterson are the co-chairs of this year's Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign.
Seattle University has received the 2012 Presidential Award for community service.
Alumni of SU's international internship program are twice as likely to pursue international development work.
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.
Noted sociologist Robert Putnam will deliver the next 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.