SU in the News

02/09/2018 | The Seattle Times

White privilege diminishes our humanity: 10 Commitments for meaningful change

Guest op-ed by Seattle U President Stephen Sundborg, SJ.

02/08/2018 | Los Angeles Times

GrubHub drivers are independent contractors — not employees — under California law, judge rules

Story includes comments by Seattle U Law School Prof. Charlotte Garden.

02/07/2018 | Crosscut

Cascadia’s 3 big-city mayors meet for the first time

Coverage of a panel discission that took place at Seattle U, host organization for the inaugural Crosscut Festival.

02/06/2018 | KNKX-FM

Litigation Over Seattle Law Allowing Unionization For Ride-Share Drivers Continues

Story quotes Prof. Charlotte Garden, labor law expert in the Seattle U School of Law.

02/06/2018 | The Seattle Times

Seattle is putting fences under its bridges to keep campers out — and some say that’s wrong

Story includes perspective of Prof. Sara Rankin, director of the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project in the Seattle U School of Law.

02/06/2018 | Yakima Herald

Yakima Valley College still silent on Dolezal controversy

Story includes interview with Tyrone Brown, assistant director of Seattle U's Office of Multicultural Affairs.

02/03/2018 | Crosscut

Tense moments, fruitful dialog and lots of laughs — all at Crosscut Festival

Summary of Crosscut Festival held at Seattle U. 

02/02/2018 | Crosscut

Quips and a few punches at D.C. in governors’ talk

Coverage of Crosscut Festival hosted by Seattle University.

02/02/2018 | The Seattle Times

A judge explains why jury diversity is a work in progress

Guest op-ed by Ed McKenna, acting presiding judge for Seattle Municipal Court, cites research conducted by the Seattle U Criminal Justice Department.