SU Magazine University Magazine is a quarterly publication distributed to alumni and friends of Seattle University.en-us2010-07-082010-07-08Seattle University OITSUMagazine@seattleu.eduSUMagazine@seattleu.eduHear Them Roar Athletics and The Spectator team up to honor women athletes2011-04-13 Book Fest Fest Draws Big Crowds, Big Names2011-04-13 Caps Bottled Water Sales lead effort to ban plastic water bottle sales on campus2011-04-13 Sip of Tea (Art) Kasumi creates masterful art pieces out of unusual materials2011-04-12 a Condiment of Docco’s Dipping Sauces a family affair2011-04-12 of Hope Erickson, '08, is helping improve the lives of Nicaraguan families as director of a unique jewelry program2011-04-12 the Swing of It of Seattle University's recently revived Swing Dance Club, Kirn and Klein are eager to get their peers involved in swing2011-04-12 in Reel Time of Law Professor Marilyn Berger turns filmmaker for latest work on 9/112011-04-12 That's the Spirit underway to reignite school pride and tradition at SU2011-04-12 of Fashion Hoge has designs on a career melding social media and couture2011-04-12 the Power Within Mike Bayard, S.J.2011-04-11 is the New MBA Your Parenting Skills To Be a Better Boss2011-04-11 2011 Pride Is Alive Canlas speaks of SU's athletic traditions2011-04-08 Watson faculty member Eric Watson, S.J., who teaches chemistry in the College of Science and Engineering2011-04-07 and Marriage University proves to be a potent matchmaker, planting the seeds of love (and later, marriage) for many alumni.2010-12-06 To You to you, our donors, for another great year2010-12-06 the Most of Your Alumni Status, Set, Play and players gear up for exciting basketball season ahead2010-12-02 Agent Lawrence, ’89, carves out a successful career as a sports agent2010-12-02 Singing Mortician Ronk, ’04, lifts spirits and voices as a member of the Chapel of St. Ignatius choir2010-12-02 from the Tent: Thoughts from a Homeless Man M. Barrett Miller, ’682010-12-02 2010 at the Reunions2010-12-02 and Architectural Gem reviews are in and the new Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons is a winner2010-12-01 and Religion launches lecture series around Catholic heritage2010-12-01 Dialogue Academic Salons explore the intersection of community, youth and justice2010-09-15 the Homeless journalists team with SU students to examine reporting and news coverage of family homelessness2010-09-15 2010 to Assist Case, S.J., relishes role in business and law schools2010-09-15 Medal for Seattle Archbishop’s highest honor bestowed on Archbishop Alexander J. Brunett2010-09-15 a Creative Entrepreneur: Your GPS to Business Success[Aviva Publishing, New York] by Jack Fecker, ’542010-09-14 in the Team chaplains for the men's and women's basketball teams, Fathers Dave Anderson and Natch Ohno bring encouragement and more2010-09-14 Make World Better Through Service Dave Anderson, S.J.2010-09-14 the News Lum, ’98, is a top news anchor and reporter in Honolulu2010-09-14 of the Future new Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons is the university’s biggest investment in academics2010-09-14 Your Prez“We need to cultivate our base of young alumni and keep them engaged.” 2010-09-14 in Post-Katrina NOLA delegation eyes scholarly approach to short- and long-term recovery efforts2010-09-14 Control Professor Tanya Hayes focuses research on property rights, conservation and forest management2010-09-14 as Vocation, Not Vacation large numbers, Seattle University graduates are committing to service2010-09-14 Up Business Christina Davis, ’10, brings business training classes to entrepreneurs in Malawi, Africa2010-09-14 Good Life Haffner, ’83, finds happiness in the everyday2010-09-14, Get to Know Your Board of Governors serves as a liaison to the university2010-09-07‘Generation Y’ More than Meets the Eye Mike Bayard, S.J.2010-07-08 Learning Abroad Italian Alps as its backdrop, Albers’ Dolomites program taps into “emotional intelligence” and leadership2010-07-08 Students Bring the Drama University’s Stage Advocates brings new meaning to courtroom drama.2010-07-08’s Piano Jill Charles, ’992010-07-08 Shop professor brings history to life in the unlikeliest of classrooms2010-07-08 of Seattle U connects current students with alumni2010-07-07’ for a Bruisin’ Anna Stevens is a member of Seattle’s premier derby league, the Rat City Rollergirls2010-07-07 for Higher-Ed Advocates Crazy Bull and Bob Craves work to improve access to college2010-07-07 Progress receives $90K grant from National Science Foundation for software engineering research2010-07-07 Romero the 30th anniversary of Oscar Romero’s death, members of SU’s community travel to El Salvador to reflect on his life and work2010-07-07 Maker Wooden, ’83, covers the Vatican as a reporter for the Catholic News Service2010-07-07 Friend for Those in Need Katie Hultquist and Joe Cotton make a difference through Friends of the Orphans2010-06-30 of Today and Tomorow Shine Bright 2010 of Seattle U serve up a buffet of tasty and palatable foods and spirits2010-06-29 Consequences chronicles aftermath of Rwanda genocide 2010-04-30 Peter W. Chiarelli, ’72, Alumnus of the Year Relations recognizes work and service of alumni and community members2010-03-31 Grand Slam for SU Tennis, ’62, and Judy Curran honor daughter’s memory with scholarship2010-03-30 Helping Hand Goes Far Dave Anderson, S.J.2010-03-30 Secrets Mike Lawson, '702010-03-30 of History education and nursing colleges celebrate 75 years of cultivating compassionate and socially aware leaders at the fore of their fields2010-03-30 2010‘Serve and Protect’ Takes on New Meaning vet and SU student Timm Lovitt reaches out to his comrades returning from service2010-03-29 Life of Discernment develops new program targeted at young alumni2010-03-29 Away, Close to Home and MBA grad Kabbie Konteh’s foundation keeps him connected to his roots2010-03-29 To Celebrate This Spring Awareness of Multicultural Affairs celebrates 40 years marked by consistency and change2010-03-29 Change Sly, ’03, stands apart as a certified female marine chemist2010-03-29 Sail on an Adventure a historic schooner, Catherine Collins, ’01 MBA, is helping right the life course of at-risk youth2010-03-29 Planning program prepares next generation to run family businesses2010-03-29 Machines dance marathon to raise funds for Seattle Children’s Hospital2009-12-23 a Time of Reflection and Hope Mike Bayard, S.J.2009-11-23 Vision Yoko Ott puts her imprint on the Hedreen Gallery2009-11-23 Home Relations moves into new “green” digs2009-11-23 for Success & A with new women’s basketball coach Joan Bonvicini2009-11-23 Glory University junior is Miss Seafair 2009–102009-11-23 Next’s SU students are a rare breed: academically gifted, tech-savvy, possessing street and book smarts. And they are driven to better their communities and the world2009-11-23 Outreach a Means to Addressing World Concerns Director Steve Lindell, ‘90, shares his experience abroad2009-11-23 Careers Take Center Stage step into a world of academia at Seattle U2009-11-23 Player Houston is a world-class powerlifter2009-11-23 Follows Religious Path Salons tackle intersection of faith traditions and social issues2009-11-23 as a Sea Gal a cheerleader for the Seattle Seahawks, Pia Gillan showcases her passion for dance before an audience of thousands2009-11-23 Mysteries of Reverend Dean Hal White, ’83 JD2009-11-23 a Difference You Made the donors of the capital campaign2009-11-23 2009-2010 Figure respect—and understanding—Kamrica Ary-Turner, ’08, keeps teens in line2009-08-28 Boost for Men’s Basketball Steven Fantello, ’86, cheers on SU’s return to Division I2009-08-28 Thinkers and his wife team up to improve problem-solving techniques for Bangladeshi educators2009-08-28 2009 School’s lights, camera, action for budding filmmakers and cinema buffs as SU launches new film studies program2009-08-28 a Dream Scholarship Fund celebrates a decade of support for students in need2009-08-28 Ease Scott Leist, ’99 JD, shifts from life in the prosecutor’s office to life-changing legal work in Kenya2009-08-28 Energy Ricci grad Kelly Ogilvie, '01, taps into biofuel market for clean energy source2009-08-28 Master Kooser shares the artistry behind bunraku puppetry2009-08-28 and Alumni in Service to Others Dave Anderson, S.J.2009-08-28 Says! rate their overall experience at Seattle University2009-08-28 Unchanging God of Love: Thomas Aquinas & Contemporary Theology on Divine Immutability Michael J. Dodds, ’62 O.P.2009-08-28 Dollar for the game, life experiences and family drive Cameron Dollar2009-08-28 of Debate U’s team of debaters among the best in the world2009-08-28, Newest Alumni, to the Family of 2009 graduates part of a special tradition at SU—a tradition of making a difference2009-08-28 for Thought grad finds calling in the family business2009-06-30 2009 Better Bottom Line in this economy SU-educated entrepreneurs such as Quang Dinh, '05, are surviving—even thriving—in business2009-06-24 Relations: Link to the past, present and future Educational Excellence With Your Support Message from Provost Isiaah Crawford2009-06-24 Reaches Beyond Campus Borders Names Arts and Sciences Dean University psychologist to head Seattle U’s oldest and largest undergrad division2009-06-24 Knowledge of Dreams Kelly Bolles, ’76, tries his hand at cultivating the rarefied truffle2009-06-24 on Fostering Scholars program fulfills higher ed dreams of foster youth2009-06-24 Sweet Home Manning, ’92 MPA, brings a sense of community and normalcy to refugees2009-06-24 Liz Osborne, ’712009-06-24 the New Alumni Chaplain, Father Dave Anderson Anderson offers spiritual direction and a warm presence as a representative for Alumni Relations and the men’s basketball team2009-06-24 Memories put their own spin on the guestbook2009-06-24 of Law Opens New Center T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality strives to combat discrimination2009-06-24 of Duty helps improve lives and livelihoods in war-torn Iraq2009-06-24 Mission cadets take Seattle U’s mission to serve to heart—and then out into the world2009-06-24 Coach to Lead Redhawks UCLA star Cameron Dollar heads men’s basketball program2009-06-24 of Jesuit Schools Have Global Reach Mike Bayard, S.J.2009-06-23 Among Leaders University awards honorary degree to Jim Pigott2009-06-03 They Run U alumni keep the memory of former track star alive2009-03-30 Career Horizons Services plans networking opportunities for alumni2009-03-23 and Effect promote literacy—and opportunities—in rural Pavones, Costa Rica2009-03-22 Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights Richard Labunski, ’94 JD2009-03-22 Aid students help secure asylum for East African women2009-03-22 101 tough economic times, more alumni are turning to networking2009-03-22 Professorships Speak to Ecumenicism of STM for Rev. Flora Wilson Bridges and Paul Janowiak, S.J.2009-03-22 1 Fan passion for Catholic education and sports runs deep for Roman Miller, ’502009-03-22 of Theology and Ministry’s first book festival draws a big crowd and notable authors2009-03-22 of Action message from Steve Lindell, the new assistant vice president of Alumni Relations2009-03-22 Rocks On music and entertainment festival turns 20 this year2009-03-22 Shore Up Students’ Prospects of Higher Ed than $40 million has been raised for scholarships2009-03-22 Sisters for Service from Daughters of Mary of Uganda order use their Seattle University education to help those in need in their home country2009-03-22 Journey Nears Spectacular Finale message from Mary Kay McFadden, vice president for University Advancement, on the capital campaign2009-03-22 2009’s Message and Mission of Social Justice Resonate Pat O’Leary, S.J.2009-03-22 Sport and daughter share passion—and competitive streak—for triathlons2009-03-22 Combination, community and compassion define 2009 Alumni Award winners2009-03-22 She Can grad Katie Lesseg was a player in President Obama’s campaign2009-03-22 Relations Names New AVP Lindell looks to bring new vision and ideas to Alumni Relations2009-03-19 Opus Prize Winner Named Barankitse of Burundi, Africa awarded $1 million Opus Prize2009-03-19 Institution News ranks SU as among best schools in the West2009-03-19 Reading will host authors of spiritual and theological books2009-02-10 a Trail to D-1 puts spotlight on rich tradition of athletics2009-02-06 Reality By Engaging in Service to Others Mike Bayard, S.J.2009-02-06 Skiing World Cup skier Alan Lauba trains some of the sport's top performers2009-02-06 Yields Record Frosh Class Sweet It Is whip up confectionary delights2009-02-06 to Live By learning community named for civil rights activist and educator Millie Bown Russell, '482009-02-06 to Love with Mother Teresa Neil Francis Young2009-02-06 Images Wolfe, '01, provides a snapshot of Seattle hip-hop2009-02-06 Make College Accessible to Many More message from Costco CEO Jim Sinegal2009-02-06 2008-09 Lives it comes to service, SU is head and shoulders above the rest2009-02-01