SU is recognized by Princeton Review for its commitment to sustainability.
Rob Efird of Arts and Sciences will help advance sustainability education in China.
Members of campus and greater community honored for service work.
SU’s chaplain reflects on his own Lenten journey and helps prepare us for Easter.
The SU community remembers and prays for Japan's earthquake victims.
Faculty and staff head coach Tim Leary previews the 6th annual Swishes for Wishes basketball game.
Mike Bisesi and Mileva Huljev will be recognized as persons for others at the Spirit of Community Celebration.
President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., approved tenure and/or promotion for 20 faculty members.
SU baseball is braving the elements and scoring signature wins this spring.
Rob Deltete finds Ilia Delio's latest book worth the read, but has some reservations.
Giving back to SU comes easily for this year’s Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign co-chairs.
Eddie Lincoln is tabbed for a position crucial to the Seattle University Youth Initiative’s success.
At this year’s Mission Day, faculty and staff are invited to engage their senses of wonder.
Co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize Tun Channareth will be honored for his continuing fight for social justice.
Nursing’s Toni Vezeau will receive Distinguished Teaching Award.
Father Sundborg talks about three students who have changed his view of the world.
Milestone anniversaries will be recognized at the annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Party.
In a Q&A with The Commons, Melisa Ziegler talks about how she won the Fitness and Wellness Challenge.
Seattle University's foray into social media is ever-expanding.
Fr. Sundborg briefed faculty and staff on the state of the university at recent Noon Forum.
Rector Pat Howell, S.J., explains the history and meaning of Ash Wednesday.
The University librarian holds his own and shows he's got talent.
The Commons catches up with the assistant vice president for Student Development six months into his time at SU.
Fr. Kevin Grove wins the prestigious Gates-Cambridge Trust Scholarship.
Afaf Meleis will discuss globalization’s high-risk impact on women and children.
Consummate teacher-scholar Ted Fortier will be installed as Gaffney Chair this week.
Lê Xuân Hy recounts how a Vietnamese Jesuit lived out his calling in prison.
SU among is among the top universities for placement of Peace Corps volunteers.
The Law school marks the 25th anniversary of the competition named for former Dean Tausend.
Senior Nicole Vukonich reflects on her study abroad experience in Morocco.
A recent survey reveals preferences on how snow closures are communicated.
Dean Mark Markuly talks about STM's upcoming Book Festival.