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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.
The Catholic Lecture Series begins this month with a talk on the "unchurched" Northwest.
Michael Trice brings a strong background in ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.
Twenty College of Education graduates have taken leadership roles in schools near and far.
The campus community gathers this week to invoke blessings upon Seattle University’s 2010-2011 academic year.
Christopher Stipe of Science & Engineering builds a system for studying Mars.
Pat Howell, S.J., delivers a homily in celebration of the jubilee anniversaries he and three other Jesuits are celebrating this year.
Newest students are challenged to make the most of their time at SU.
Julie Woodward earns 200th victory as SU women's soccer coach.
Four Seattle University Jesuits are celebrating very significant milestones this year.
SU is among region's top ten schools in the latest U.S. News rankings.
The Law school's life-changing Academic Resource Center celebrates its 25th anniversary.
PWOB undertakes a transformative service immersion experience in Zambia.
Seattle University is recognized as a leader in contributing to the public good.
President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., laid out his vision for Seattle University in an address to key stakeholders.
In a little more than a month, SU's gleaming new Fitness Center will open its doors to the campus community.
Janet Quillian brings an SU education to refugees in Malawi.
Two new NSF grants bolster teaching and research in Science and Engineering.