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‘Black Among Other Things’ Installation Reflects on Racial Insensitivity of Local Journalist

Alexis Taylor’s multi-media installation explores personal history and her experience as a black woman and includes audio recording of Seattle Times Columnist Nicole Brodeur asking to touch her hair

by Jessie McKenna

When Alexis Taylor, a senior at Seattle University, got to work on an independent study project during her last year at Seattle University, the outcome was as much a surprise to her as it was to her teachers.

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Seattle University Moves Toward Fossil Fuel Divestment Despite President’s Lukewarm Response

by Nathalie Graham 

Over 462 universities have committed to or acted on fossil fuel divestment. With climate change and environmental injustices rearing their heads more and more each year, Seattle University’s Sustainable Student Action (SSA) is determined to get their school to divest. Continue reading Seattle University Moves Toward Fossil Fuel Divestment Despite President’s Lukewarm Response