Jeremiah Grams was a pretty typical student who was progressing through his college years in pretty typical fashion.
Last week, a dozen library staff got a glimpse of what their future work space will look like.
Rather quietly and without much fanfare, a group of Fine Arts students raised $1,400 for the Haitian relief effort last month.
Rob Deltete, professor of philosophy, offers a thoughtful review of Robert Wright's book, The Evolution of God.
Seattle University has appointed a new associate provost for global engagement.
For Executive Leadership Program student Ed Hiar the exploitation of senior citizens unfortunately hits close to home.
Albers' undergraduate program is ranked 46th in the nation by BusinessWeek.
Oscar Night is about marketing Hollywood—basically three hours of product placement.
“WRITER 1272” opens this week as the debut production of greenSquat, a new, eco-friendly way of doing theater.
Campus Ministry invites you to deepen your Lenten experience.
SU receives a grant to support community-based research.
Roshanak Roshandel has received a $90,466 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Campus Ministry's G DeCastro discusses the Mass, its significance and historical roots.
There are a lot of things about homelessness that go unreported.
On February 20, hundreds of SU students will fill up Campion Ballroom, staying on their feet for 16 hours in support of Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Harriet Phinney has received a grant from the NIH to examine gendered inequalities among HIV patients when it comes to treatment.
President Stephen Sundborg, S.J., has proclaimed “A New Era for Seattle University” in his 2009-2010 President’s Report.
James Reichmann, S.J., will be recognized in a special way.
In this essay, Wes Lauer, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, describes the project he is working on in Haiti.
Karen Feldt, associate professor in the College of Nursing, is the inaugural holder of the Premera Endowed Professorship in Cancer Nursing.
Andrea Winninghoff is venturing where few brave souls dare to tread—into the lives of teenagers.
Wes Lauer, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, was in Haiti when the earthquake struck.
A number of efforts are being coordinated by Campus Ministry.
Dick Cunningham and Laurie Prince will lead the 2010 Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign.
Marilyn Crone brings a wealth of experience in higher education.
The latest blood and marrow drives at SU were a great success..
Seattle University is undergoing its regular review and re-accreditation by the Northwest Commission on College and Universities.
Father Steve delivered a message of hope at the annual alumni Advent mass.