Community Events

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KXSU Community Events Calendar

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KXSU is a proud supporter of Seattle University’s Dance Marathon! Learn more about SUDM on their official website.


Tuesday Evening Meditation

Every Tuesday Evening at 7 PM

Campion Multifaith Prayer Room

This is a great way to de-stress and meditate with your friends and is led by our student campus ministers.


Jazz Nights at the Barca Lounge

Thursdays from 9-12 PM

Barca is located just down the street from the SU campus, on 11th between Pine and Pike.

Come on down for some great jazz music featuring a live Jazz trio and no cover!

Contact Adam Kessler at adamkesslermusic@gmail.com for more information


Chapel Choir wants you!

Do you love to sing or play an instrument and have an interest in spirituality and faith? Chapel Choir is for you. We meet Sunday mornings or evenings to prepare for the morning and evening masses.

Contact Bill McNamara at mcnamarw@seattleu.edu for more information


Giant Pandas by Jason

Giant Pandas aren’t just an international symbol of adorable-ness, they’re also a symbol of the fight for conservation of endangered species. That’s why we should be overjoyed that the Giant Panda was recently upgraded from ‘endangered’ to ‘vulnerable’ by the IUCN! However, there’s still much work to be done for other animals like the Great Apes. Try researching how you can help them out!


Water Conservation by Kasi

Hey SU students! I know that showers are a great place to contemplate your existence but did you know that the average 5 minute shower takes around 25 gallons of water, and almost 40 gallons in a 10 minute shower? That’s a lot of water! Especially when you think about how many showers you take a week. Try making your shower 2-3 minutes instead and do the earth a solid!


Composting by Baillee

Did you know that between July 2015 and June 2016, Seattle University produced 795 tons of compost? 69 tons were used for on campus landscaping, and the other 686 tons were taken by a composting company and turned into usable material. So keep composting! We saved 795 tons of material from entering a landfill, and gave it a new life!


Food by Mary

Hey SU students, did you know that you can grow food right on campus?   Seattle U has two community garden sites and you can sign up for your own 4’ X 8’ plot by contacting Janice Murphy at murphyj@seattleu.edu.  Also check out the Food With Spirit Club’s Facebook page to learn about their Giving Gardens.  Either way, get ready to get your hands dirty and look forward to spring.


5 quick changes you can make for a healthier 2017!

5. GET SOME SLEEP: We know, you’re busy… but getting yourself on a regular sleep schedule can do wonders for everything from stress to muscle recovery.

4. DRINK MORE WATER: If your new year’s resolution has anything to do with health OR money this is the change for you. Drink a full glass of water right when you wake up!

3. SCHEDULE THAT APPOINTMENT: You know the one you’ve been putting off. Whether it’s with a dentist, therapist, primary care provider or someone else – get it on the books!

2. SLOW YOUR ROLL: Take 2 minutes to breathe mindfully… right now… no seriously you’re on Facebook so I now you’ve got two minutes. Set a timer, sit comfortably and breathe thinking about every move the air makes.

1. PRACTICE POSITIVITY: Think if three things that went right today or that you’re grateful for. Reflecting daily on what’s good can change your whole outlook!

Brought to you by HAWC


CAPS Health Groups

Anxiety Busters Group: A six week skills group that focuses on identifying and managing anxious mood and negative self-talk through the use of cognitive behavioral techniques and strategies.

Depression Management Group: A six week skills group that focuses on identifying and managing depressed mood and self-talk through the use of research-informed practices and strategies.

For Every Body: A six week introduction to learning about the development and management of body image and image concerns.

Interpersonal Process Group: An on-going group that provides a supportive environment to explore relationship patterns and challenges. Group members learn new ways to relate to others.

Living With Loss: An on-going support group for students who have experienced the death of a significant person in their life.

Men’s Support Group: An on-going that provides a supportive environment for males to share thoughts, feelings, and experiences on topics of masculinity and maleness.

Mindfulness Group: This six week group includes mindfulness teachings, mindfulness practices, and suggested exercises for students to complete on their own.

Relaxation and Self-Care Group: A six week skills group that focuses on identifying and implementing relaxation and stress management techniques aimed at increasing well being.

Surviving Your First Year In College: An on-going group to support students in their adjustment to Seattle University.

Interested in joining a group? Contact CAPS for more information at:

http://www.seattleu.edu/caps

(206) 296-6090

Or at PAVL 120

Brought to you by Seattle University Counseling and Psychological Services


Outdoor Adventure Recreation

Seattle University Recreation’s Outdoor program provides opportunities to explore the beautiful pacific Northwest. Student leaders organize various trips each quarter; almost half of which are free and perfect for those just getting into the outdoors! These small-group experiences include:

Bike: Road cycling, neighborhood touring, mountain biking

Service: Cultural appreciation featuring peoples, traditions, and/or history unique to this region; unique seasonal occurrences; volunteering with organizations for hands-on projects serving the environment

Trail: Day hiking, snowshoeing, camping, backpacking

Climb: Outdoor top rope, bouldering, affiliations with local climbing gyms: Seattle Bouldering Project and Vertical World

Snow: Snowboarding, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, weekly vans to Stevens Pass Resort

Water: Kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, whitewater rafting, sailing, coastal surfing

For more information, upcoming trips/events, or info on how to get involved, visit www.seattleu.edu/recreation/outdoor or visit the fitness center in UREC 173


The Spectator

Did you know that SU has a newspaper? That’s right! You can read a new edition of The Spectator every Wednesday. You can also like and follow them on social media:

Facebook: The Seattle University Spectator

Instagram: @seattlespectator

Twitter: @su_spectator


Volunteer for The Spectator

Writers and photographers are welcome to assignment meetings every Monday at 7 PM in the Campion Basement. If you have any questions before volunteering, contact The Spectator at: editor@su-spectator.com


The Spectator: Volunteers Wanted!

Seattle University’s weekly student-operated newspaper is seeking volunteer writers and photographers. Leave a mark on the SU community!

Gain valuable journalism experience!

Be part of an exciting, fast-paced workplace!

Meetings every Monday!

7pm in the spectator offices, CAMP 006

For more information go to sschultheis@su-spectator.com


Serve Local

If not now, when? Find your volunteer position today on ConnectSU at www.seattleu.edu/connectsu There are many opportunities to choose from (Racial Injustice, Immigration, Education, and more!)

For more information visit the Center for Community Engagement at cce@seattleu.edu or at (206) 296-2569


Ecosangha Zen Meditation

Every Thursday

7:30 PM

Chapel of St. Ignatius

Come at 7:10 PM your first time for introductions and procedures.

For more information go online to http://www.ecosangha.net


Need help with writing? Come to the Writing Center!

Located on the 2nd floor of Lemieux Library

Open now for Winter Quarter

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 AM- 8:30 PM

Friday: 9:00 AM- 3:30 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Call (206) 296-6239 for your appointment


The Writing Center is open on Saturdays!

Saturday Hours: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Drop-in appointments welcome!

Located on the 2nd floor of the Lemieux Library

This is a free service for SU students, alumni, faculty, and staff! Open to all majors.

Call 206-296-6239 to schedule an appointment or just drop by!


Adult Swim Classes
Have you always wanted to become more comfortable in the water or receive stroke technique training?  UREC is now providing affordable Adult Swim Classes for SU students, staff, faculty and alumni. It’s a great opportunity to improve swimming skills with a trained instructor in a relaxed environment.
For more information, go to Seattleu.edu/recreation/.

Join the Seattle University Model United Nations!

Learn more about global politics and the UN and attend the NWMUN conference in Portland this February. Meetings are every Monday night at 8:00 PM in the Lemieux 271

You can like them on Facebook at SeattleUMUN

For more information, email thomp121@seattleu.edu


Full Life Care AmeriCorps

About Our Team

AmeriCorps is a national service program that offers intensive service experiences to address critical community needs. To learn more, visit the national website.

Our AmeriCorps team is hosted by Full Life Care, a non-profit located in Seattle, Washington. Full Life is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for frail elders and people with chronic or terminal illnesses and disabilities. Full Life respects the dignity of participants and provides for them with care and compassion.

While Full Life has supported national service volunteers for nearly 30 years, 2015-16 was our first designated team, through Washington Service Corps.  Our 2016-17 team is comprised of 18 full-time AmeriCorps members serving at Full Life Care and our community partners- Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services), Alzheimer’s Association- Washington Chapter, SHAG Community Life Foundation, Wallingford Community Senior Center, and King County Housing Authority

While positions vary in specific duties (click here for a detailed list), in general, our members facilitate one-on-one and group activities that engage adults in effective, evidence-based programs that promote health, wellness and independence through increased physical activity and social connection.
To learn more, visit https://sites.google.com/site/fulllifecareamericorpsteam/


Join the Ultimate Frisbee Club!

No experience necessary

Winter Quarter Practices:

Tuesday 7:00-9:00 @ Astro Gym

Friday 4:30-6:30 PM @ SU Park

Sunday 12:00-2:00 PM @ SU Park

For more information contact ultimate-club@seattleu.edu


Join SU men’s rugby!

Anyone of any size  and ability can play!

No experience required!

Contact Patrick Curtis at 805-300-5719 and come to a practice!

Practice Times:

Tuesdays 7-9

Thursday 6-8

All practices at SU park


Interested in Martial Arts?

Join Seattle University’s Shorinji Kempo Club

Every Monday and Wednesday 7-9 PM

The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington

For more information contact parkerj3@seattleu.edu or shorinjikempo-club@seattleu.edu

Or go to their website at www.shorinjikemposeattle.org


The Pre-Law Student Association is now hiring!

They are looking for a vice president and marketing manager.

No experience needed.

Apply via facebook or email at bharooch@seattleu.edu


The Perfect Shot!

Enjoy delicious Starbucks Espresso at Cherry Street Market daily from 7:00 AM-2:00 PM  5:00 PM-8:00PM

For more information, go to su.cafebonappetit.com


Bon Appetit

Get you know the Bon Appetit team, see featured menu items, find events and learn about how they source and prepare your favorite local foods!

Facebook: facebook.com/bonappetitsu

Twitter: @bonappetitsu

Instagram: bonappetitsu

Visit www.su.cafebonappetit.com for even more awesome foodie information!


Just Add Water

Hydrate the Healthy Way!

  • Great skin, better energy, and healthier weight are some of the side effects of good hydration.
  • Eat your drink: Fruits, vegetables, and soups also contribute to hydration.
  • Bored with plain water? Infuse it with fresh fruit, herbs, or citrus for a flavor boost without calories or added sugar, which can actually be hydrating.

To learn more, visit cafebonapetit.com


Locally Grown Food: From Farm to Fork

Through their pioneering Farm to Fork program, Bon Appetit aims to source 20% of ingredients from small farms, ranches, and foodcrafters within 150 miles.

They passionately make this commitment because food grown locally:

  • Is fresher, better tasting, and often has greater nutritional value
  • Represents an investment in the health of our communities and the future of our food supply
  • Preserves biodiversity and protects open space

For more information go to www.cafebonappetit.com/local-food


Wild Salmon

Good for you. Good for the Environment.

It’s national seafood month and at Bon Appetit management company we’re celebrating smart seafood choices. Salmon is one of the most popular seafoods in the United States, and it’s no surprise why – it’s delicious, healthy, and super versatile.

They serve only sustainably caught wild Pacific salmon. Why? Most farmed salmon is produced in a manner that is destructive to the environment, and farmed salmon has been shown to pose risks to human health. Their chefs also agree that wild-caught salmon tastes better!

To learn more about the salmon they serve, and how to make ocean-friendly choices at restaurants and the supermarket go to www.cafebonappetit.com/seafood


Composting: Bon Appetit

Composting is the controlled decomposition of waste such as food, plants, and paper into organic matter that can be used as mulch or fertilizer. Composting can significantly benefit the environment by reducing greenhouse gases. Organic waste that is taken to a landfill emits methane, a greenhouse gas that is 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide.

As part of a low carbon diet, Bon Appetit Management Company has committed to reducing their food waste by 25% , and the use of disposables by at least 10%. In addition to reducing waste in their kitchens, they have hosted guest education campaigns and implemented composting in most of their cafes. As a result of these efforts at Bon Appetit cafes, they divert much of their waste away from landfills.

What you can do: Separate your waste into the appropriate landfill, recycling and compost bins in the cafe. Choose reusable plates, cups, and silverware whenever possible, and purchase only as much food as you expect to eat – or save your leftovers.

For more information and resources, visit www.cafebonappetit.com


Do you have money to burn? …no, you don’t

Americans spend $371 per person, per year on food that gets wasted.

That’s approximately equivalent to:

A flight from Moscow to Bangkok

A tablet computer

187 cartons of eggs

Learn more at www.cafebonappetit.com


Seattle University Wellness and Health Promotion Presents: On Campus Chair Massage for students, faculty, and staff!

Weekly massage service Wednesdays from 2-7 PM in the Bellarmine Lobby.

Pricing:

10 minutes – $15

15 minutes – $22

20 minutes – $28

30 minutes – $39

Schedule online at: www.seattleu.edu/wellness/massage

Massage therapy provided by dreamclinic

For more information, call (206) 296-2593


SU Philosophy Club presents:

Movie Nights- 2001: A Space Odyssey, Being there, The Fountainhead

Debates- Foucault vs Chomsky, Kolakowski vs Lefebvre

2017 Spring Conference on Philosophy with guest speaker Charles Mills- present a paper and attend panels

Meetings: every other Thursday at 6 PM

If you cannot attend Thursday night’s, let us know and we can troubleshoot other times

For more information email seattleuphilosophyclub@gmail.com or mendiol1@seattleu.edu


Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal

Would you like experience editing and publishing Seattle University’s first Undergraduate Research Journal? Do you want to work across the disciplines?

Would you like to earn 10 course credits?

All majors welcome!

For more information, contact Faculty editor Dr. Molly Clark Hillard at clarkhim@seattleu.edu or student Hannah Rips at ripsh@seattleu.edu


Become a Leader. Get Outside!

Do you enjoy introducing people to new outdoor places and activities?

Are you interested in expanding your capability?

Does connecting with the natural world boost your wellbeing?

Do you want to see diverse leadership and participation in the outdoors?

Apply to be a student leader in SU’s Outdoor program for 2017-18. No “outdoorsy” experience necessary as the leadership development program is through- just have a desire to become your best you and a passion for connecting people to the outdoors.

For more information, go to www.seattleu.edu/recreation/outdoor

Brought to you by UREC


SU Moves presents: Midday Mile

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

12:00-12:30

The Quad

Join SU moved in their community health initiative to promote physical activity as an integral part of wellness within a positive community!

For more information, email sharrad@seattleu.edu

Also, find SU Moves on OrgSync or check out their social media sites:

Twitter: @SUMoves

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SUMoves/?fref=ts


What is a Peer Health Educator?

Peer health educators are trained in providing accurate and consistent wellness information to the Seattle University campus. The peer health educators of HAWC are available for SEattle U students who want to chat about their wellness (mental, physical, social, emotional, or sexual). They are well-equipped with resources, strategies, and experiences to support anyone who may be struggling with or interested in these topics. Stop by their office in Student Center 380 (across from the bistro) for conversation, information, or a warm cup of tea! No appointment necessary.

Brought to you by the Wellness and Health Promotion


Mental Health Screening:

Alcohol, Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, PTSD, Eating Disorders

Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional.

If you would like to speak with a peer health educator about any of these topics, contact HAWC or stop by the wellness and Health Promotion office or go to www.seattleu.edu/wellness


Spread the Word to End the Word!

We are asking you to pledge to stop saying the R-word as a starting point toward making accepting attitudes and communities for all people. The word “retard” is still widely used to degrade and insult people with intellectual disabilities and only serves to reinforce painful stereotypes that negate their value to humanity. This pledge is a small act of solidarity for our fellow people and aligns with Best Buddies activism mission.

Brought to you by Best Buddies


Sustainable Student Action presents: Climate Inaction is Racism

Half of all environmental activists murdered since 2010 were indigenous.

Expansion of fossil fuel projects are a direct threat to indigenous people.

SU shouldn’t profit on fossil fuels #divestsu

To learn more go to divestsu.weebly.com


Survivor Support Network Weekly Meetings

Every Monday 6:30-8:30 PM

In the Wismer Center (Loyola 400)

This is a space for advocacy, support, and empowerment for and led by survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence at SU. Come build community!

All survivors and allies are welcome

If you are interested in the Survivor Community Meetings (separate from club meetings) email ktoddssn@gmail.com. For general questions or accessibility concerns email ssnseattlewa@gmail.com


Intervarsity Seattle University

Reaching all corners of campus with the love of God

Join us.

Small group Bible studies in:

Bellarmine: Mondays 7PM

Campion: Mondays 7PM

Murphys: Tuesdays 7PM

Black Campus Ministry

Tuesdays 6:30 PM

LAFE (for Latino Students)

Wednesdays 6:30 PM


CMJR 3910-01 Intercultural Reentry: Not just coming home

Summer 2017 first four-week session

  • Have you studied abroad?
  • Have you gone on an immersion trip?
  • Have you completed an international internship?
  • Have you lived and worked in different countries?
  • Are you an international student?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should consider taking this intercultural reentry course this summer.

Learn how to communicate effectively about your experience with friends and family.

Learn how to market your new skills and knowledge to employers.

Contact Dr. Rick Malleus at 206-296-5344 or malleusr@seattleu.edu

Register today as space is limited!


APRIL

EcoChallenge:

Every year, in the month of April (Earth month), the CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABILITY (CEJS) organizes the EcoChallenge.

It’s a fun 3-week event encouraging participants to make small lifestyle changes to care for the planet and our communities.

The event is open to SU students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

People can sign up individually or team up with friends. This year’s theme is “Belongings and Belonging.” Folks will be challenged to reflect on their consumption and its connection to our communities, locally and globally.

For more information about this year’s EcoChallenge, go to https://www.seattleu.edu/cejs/seattle-u-ecochallenge/


Lenten Taize Prayer

Tuesdays: 3/7, 3/14, 4/4, 4/11

7:00 PM

Chapel of St. Ignatius narthdex

Ecumenical prayer in the style of Taize: Candlelight, song, silence, word, prayer.

For questions and more information contact Bill McNamara at mcnamarw@seattleu.edu


Catholic Faith Sharing & Fellowship

Every Wednesday during Lent starting March 1st

STCN 122 6:30-8:00 PM

For question contact Rachel Doll O’Mahoney at dollomar@seattleu.edu

Brought to you by Seattle U Campus Ministry


ARTS 2017 presents: Imagining the World Photo Competition Exhibit

April 8 – June 2

Kinsey Gallery

reception and awards ceremony May 4.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


The Nisei Veterans Committee, the Holocaust Center for Humanity, the UW Department of American Ethnic Studies, and the Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle in proud partnership presents:

The Holocaust and Japanese American Connections- Conspiracy of Kindness: You’ve Given me Life

Apr 9th

2-4PM

Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church (3001 24th Ave S | Seattle, WA 98144)

The legacy of Chiune Sugihara, the Japanese diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.

Performance by Alton Takiyama Chung.

Post-performance panel featuring Alton Takiyama Chung, Lori Tsugawa Whaley, Ken Mochizuki, and Dee Simon.

Co-sponsored by Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church


SEAC presents: Escape Rooms

Tuesday, April 11th

12:30-2:30 PM

Register on ConnectSU by April 6

Test your mind in the thrilling escape rooms of Flee. Join us as we use our wit and problem solving skills to escape the rooms!

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


Jewish Student Union invites you to a Passover Dinner and Celebration!

Tuesday, April 11

6:00 PM

Student Center 130

For a warm, family-style Seder with a delicious meal, Haggadah reading, inspiration, and song.

All are Welcome!

*Kosher style food for Passover will be served, but please note that the food will not be under Kosher supervision.

For question and more information contact Victoria Carr at carrv@seattleu.edu


How defined is your tea palate?

In honor of wellness Wednesday, Bon Appetit invites you to stop by multiple tea tastings.

April 12th 1-3 PM at the Byte


Take Back the Night

Wednesday, April 12

Building supportive communities for those who experience exual assult and domestic violence

Events for the Night:

Taking Action

STCN 160

5:30-6:30 PM

A gathering of community and university members dedicated to advocacy.

March

STCN Hearth

6:30-7:00 PM

Together we march to end domestic violence and sexual assault.

Speakers

STCN 160

7:00-8:00 PM

Community members will be speaking on domestic violence and sexual assault.

Open Mic

STCN 160

8:00-9:00 PM

Community members can share their experiences with sexual assault and domestic violence.

Vigil

STCN 160

9:00-9:30 PM

Join us for a time of solidarity and remembrance.

This is an open event. Guests may come and go as they please.

Contact HAWC for any accommodations at hawc@seattleu.edu or (206) 220-8450

Brought to you by the health and wellness crew and the survivor support network.(HAWC & SSN)


Who is My Neighbor?

A Faith and Justice cohort on immigration

Join a 6 week dialogue with fellow students on this critical issue.

Meetings held Thursdays from 6:30-8:00

Beginning on April 13th

Location is to be determined

Applications are due Friday, March 10th

For questions and more information contact Jimmy McCarty at mccartyj@seattleu.edu


ARTS 2017 presents: Digital Design Exhibition

April 14 – May 5

Vachon Gallery

opening reception April 13.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


ARTS 2017 presents: Minerva Cuevas, visiting artist exhibit

April 14 – May 20

Hedreen Gallery.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


Graduate Program Information Session: Nonprofit Leadership

April 19

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

For more information, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/graduate-degrees/


125th Anniversary Speaker Series: Ben Minicucci- President & COO of Alaska Airlines

Thursday, April 20, 2017

5:30 PM

Pigott Auditorium

Presented by Albers Executive Speaker Series


The Naef Scholars Present: The Last Lecture

Thursday, April 20

7:30-9:00 PM

Wyckoff Auditorium

The Naef Scholars present the last lecture. This is an opportunity for University Professors to present a lecture as if it was the last one they would ever give. This year, we are pleased to invite Dr. Ali Altaf Mian, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, who will be presenting his lecture, “Gandhi or Fanon? The Question of Violence in Anti-Colonial Thinking”. Seating is limited and the lecture will begin promptly at 7:30, so please arrive early to secure your seats.

Dr. Mian completed his Ph.D. in religious studies in 2015 from Duke University. His research interests include: Islam in South Asia; Islamic law and ethics; gender and sexuality; feminist theory and practice; Sufism and comparative mysticism; continental philosophy; comparative religion; theory and method in the study of religion. Currently, he is working on two manuscripts: Muslims in South Asia (contracted with Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming in 2019) and Surviving Modernity: Ashraf ‘Ali Thanvi (1863-1943) and the Politics of Muslim Orthodoxy in Colonial India. His publications have appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Islamic Studies, Muslim World, and Journal of Shi‘a Islamic Studies.

On behalf of Seattle University, the Naef scholars welcome participants with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email dmadsen@seattleu.edu. To help us accommodate your requests to the best of our abilities, requests should be made at least one week in advance of the event. Thank you.


The Triangle Club Presents: Their 11th Annual Drag Show!

Friday, April 21 in the Campion Ballroom

7-11 PM

Triangle Club presents SU’s 11th annual drag show hosted by Seattle’s premier drag king, Ceasar Hart.

Tickets will be sold at the CAC for $3 starting April 10th up until the day of the show.

Doors open at 7PM. Show begins at 7:30PM.

Let’s have some fun!


ARTS 2017 presents: Spring Choir Concert: Earthsong

April 21 and 22

St. Joseph Church

8:00 p.m.

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


Agape Retreat for Juniors and Seniors

April 21-23

This student-led retreat is for juniors and seniors. It’s a chance to reflect on your stories in the Ignatian tradition, to explore your sense of call in community with others, and of course, to have fun in a relaxed setting!

For question and more information contact Marilyn Nash at nashm@seattleu.edu


SEAC presents: SEAC Whales and you Shall Find

Sunday, April 23rd

7:30 AM- 4:00 PM

Register on ConnectSU by April 18th

Whale, Whale, Whale; look what we have here! Come see some of the most iconic animals in the Pacific Northwest on a beautiful boat tour around the San Juan Islands.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


Moral Mondays at SU: Symbolic Confederate Flag Burning

April 24, 2017

In front of the flag pole outside of Bellarmine Hall

Brought to you by OMA moralmondays@seattleu.edu


Albers Placement Center and Career Services present: Career and Internship Fair 2017

Tuesday, April 25th

Campion Ballroom

11 AM – 2 PM

Premier employers include Seattle City Light, Liberty Mutual Insurance, and Northwestern Mutual.

For more information contact the Albers placement center at apc@seattleu.edu or the career services at careerservices@seattleu.edu


ARTS 2017 presents: Guest Artist Violin Recital: Brittany Boulding Breeden

April 28

Pigott Auditorium.

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


Obscure Album Release Show

Friday, April 28

7:00-10:30 PM

Lovecitylove

Hosted by KXSU’s own Jason McQue!- “Friends! All friends! Friends I do not know yet! All kinds of friends possible!

On Friday, April 28th, I’ll be coming out with a new album called OBSCURE. That evening, the part-aay will be held at Love City Love on 14th and Pike (about a one and a half minute walk from Seattle University).”

Performances by:

Jason McCue – Musicjasonmccue1.bandcamp.com

Star Annahttps://www.staranna.com/

Honcho Ponchohttp://honchoponcho.website/

Terra Clark

$6 at the door

Please come and celebrate! Invite your friends, invite your dog, invite your mom, let’s have some fun, wazooooooooo!


125th Anniversary Signature Event: Hui O’ Nani 55th Annual Lu’au

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Campion Ballroom


Hui ‘O Nani Hawaii Presents: Their 55th Annual Lu’au- Hali’a Aloha (Fond Memories)

Saturday, April 29th

3:30-9:00 PM

Seattle University Campion Hall

Every year, Hui ‘O Nani strives to share the Hawaiian and Polynesian culture with the Seattle U students, staff, and community. This year’s Theme is Hali’a Aloha: Fond Memories. We will showcase the beauty of our culture through food, dance, and song. This year’s Lu’au will be in remembrance of our dear friend Kaisha Chu.

Timeline of Program:

3:30 PM- Doors open

5:30 PM- Dinner begins

6:30 PM- Program begins

9:00 PM- Program ends

Tickets for this year’s Lu’au will be $20 per person. Each person is allowed to buy 2 tickets per. We will be selling tickets at C-street in the student center during the following dates and times:

4/13 5:00-7:00 PM

4/18 5:00-7:00 PM

4/19 12:00-2:00 & 5:00-7:00 PM

4/20 5:00-7:00 PM

4/21 12:00-2:00 & 5:00-7:00 PM

Go to http://huionani.weebly.com/luau.html


The Nisei Veterans Committee, the Holocaust Center for Humanity, the UW Department of American Ethnic Studies, and the Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle in proud partnership presents:

The Holocaust and Japanese American Connections- Japanese American Soldiers and the Liberation of Dachau

April 30

2-4 PM

Nisei Veterans Hall (1212 S King St | Seattle, WA 98144

The history of the 522nd field artillery battalion, 442nd regimental combat team, liberators of Dachau Sub-camp.

Film showing of “From Hawaii to the Holocaust: A Shared Moment in History”

Followed by a video interview with Nisei veterans at Dachau and tours of the Nisei Veterans Museum.


MAY

SEAC presents: Underground Tour

Monday, May 1st

5:30-8:00 PM

Register on ConnectSU by April 24th

Explore the Seattle Underground! Take the historic tour and learn about what is right under your feet.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


SEAC presents: The Quadstock Reveal Party

Wednesday, May 3rd

The Bistro

Make sure to stop by the reveal party and learn who’s playing at the SEAC Quadstock Stage!

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


SEAC presents: A Trip to Gameworks

Thursday, May 4th

Register on ConnectSU by May 1st

Get your classic and modern game on at the most infamous Seattle Arcade! Unlimited play available to all who join us.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


125th Anniversary Signature Event: Grand Reunion Weekend and Alumni Awards

Friday, May 5, 2017- Sunday, May 7, 2017

Seattle U Campus


EVENT 2017 SERIES presents: Grand Reunion Weekend

May 5 – 7

Grand Reunion Weekend for all alumni in celebration of Seattle University’s 125th Anniversary.

For details visit: http://calendar.seattleu.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx


EVENT 2017 SERIES presents: Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) 10th Anniversary and Reunion

May 5

5-7 p.m.

For details visit: http://calendar.seattleu.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx

EVENT 2017 SERIES presents: Grand Reunion Weekend

May 5 – 7

Grand Reunion Weekend for all alumni in celebration of Seattle University’s 125th Anniversary.

For details visit: http://calendar.seattleu.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx


125th Anniversary Speaker Series: Daring Forth

Monday, May 8, 2017

5:30 PM

Student Center 160

Imagining the future of Jesuit education, featuring Mark Ravizza, S.J,. the associate professor of Philosophy at Santa Clara University.

Presented by Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture: Catholic Heritage Lecture


ARTS 2017 presents: Theatre Presentation: The Big Ambition

Directed by Professor Rosa Joshi

May 10 -21

Lee Center for the Arts.

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


LECTURE 2017 SERIES presents: “The Medieval Hermaphrodite: Gender, Race, and the Boundaries of the Human in the Middle Ages.”

May 11

4 p.m.

Wyckoff Auditorium.

Rutgers University History Professor Leah DeVun, scholar, artist, and award-winning author, presents this year’s Seattle University Medieval Studies keynote address, “The Medieval Hermaphrodite: Gender, Race, and the Boundaries of the Human in the Middle Ages.”

This is a free event

For details visit: http://calendar.seattleu.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx


ARTS 2017 presents: Young Artist Competition and Festival

May 12

Pigott Auditorium.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


Search Retreat

May 12-14

Search provides an Environment that promotes an exploration of self within the context of community. This retreat comes from Christian roots but people from any or no faith tradition are encouraged and welcome to participate.

Registration opens March 27 through April 7th

Registration for spring quarter search retreat is available on the campus ministry website under retreats: www.seattleu.edu/campus-ministry/retreats/search

For more information contact Anna Robertson at roberann@seattleu.edu


SU’s annual Xuan Festival

Saturday, May 13 in the Campion Ballroom


SEAC presents: Day at the Docks

Sunday, May 14th

11:00 AM- 5:00 PM

Register on ConnectSU by May 9th

Enjoy one of the quintessential Seattle spots: the pier! Walk around the aquarium, take a ride on the ferris wheel, and hang out.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


Graduate Program Information Session: Nonprofit Leadership Happy Hour

May 17

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

For more information, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/graduate-degrees/


Red Night Out

Wednesday, May 17 in the Campion Ballroom


SEAC presents: Espresso Yourself

Wednesday, May 17th

6:30-9:00 PM

Register on ConnectSU by May 11th

Come and watch (or perform yourself) at Couth Buzzard Books Open Mic Night. Enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, and a show your won’t forget!

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


ARTS 2017 presents: BFA Photography Exhibition

May 20 – June 9

Vachon Gallery

opening reception May 19.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


SEAC presents: Quadstock ‘17 Twenty Eight

Saturday, May 20th

All day- Tickets $20

Seattle University Quad

Join us for our annual Quadstock. A day filled with food, art, and live music all day!
For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


Family 2.0: An API LGBTQIA+ Gathering

May 20th

9:30-4:00 PM

North Seattle College

The event is celebrating the intersecting identities of Asian Pacific Islander (API) and LGBTQ communities. The event is inclusive to all people and allies from all backgrounds.

Admission is free and food will be provided.

Register at http://www.apifamilyevent.com/

For more information go to their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/319222731807987/  or contact Marlon Do Couto at docouto@seattleu.edu


ARTS 2017 presents: Seattle University Choirs Talent Show

May 22

Pigott Auditorium.

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


125th Anniversary Speaker Series: Jeff Musser- President & CEO of Expeditors International

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Pigott Auditorium

Presented by Albers Executive Speaker Series


SEAC presents: uFly with iFly: Indoor Skydiving

Thursday, May 25th

12:30-5:00 PM

Register on ConnectSU by May 18th

Take advantage of a unique opportunity and skydive indoors with SEAC! You know you’ve always wanted to – now’s the chance!

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


Relay for Life

Saturday, May 27th

10 AM – 10 PM

On Logan Field (SU park)

Support the American Cancer society’s largest fundraiser supporting research, education, and treatment of cancer!

Illuminate hope and cure cancer!

How to join the fight:

  • Make a team with your friends
  • Raise money for the American Cancer Society
  • Spread the word about Relay for Life

Sign up at relayforlife.org/seattleuniversitywa

Or Contact Shelby Hackney with questions at hackneys@seattleu.edu


Spring Quarter Senior Events:

  • University Advancement’s Senior Toast- Wednesday, May 31 in the Campion Ballroom
  • SGSU’s Senior Soiree- Thursday, June 1 in the Campion Ballroom
  • The President’s Commencement Brunch- Saturday, June 10 at the Sheraton Hotel
  • Baccalaureate Mass- Saturday, June 10 at St. James Cathedral
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Commencement- Saturday, June 11 at KeyArena

JUNE

SEAC presents: Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Friday, June 2nd

6:00-10:30 PM

Get your tickets by May 23rd at the Red Hawk Resource Hub

Come support your home team as they take on the Tampa Bay Rays! This is college night, so stick around after the game form some fireworks.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email involvement@seattleu.edu.


125th Anniversary Signature Event: Commencement

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Keyarena at Seattle Center

Undergraduate Speaker: Sherman Alexie

Graduate Speaker: Maggy Barankitse


ARTS 2017 presents: Spring Student Chamber Concert

June 2

Pigott Auditorium.

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


ARTS 2017 presents: Curatorial Class Exhibition

June 2 – July 25

Hedreen Gallery

opening reception June 1

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


ARTS 2017 presents: Honors Exhibition

June 9

Kinsey Gallery
This event honors students in the Department of Art and Art History and Department of Performing Arts and Arts Leadership as they present their exhibitions, performances, and presentations.

This is a free event

For details visit: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/arts/calendar-of-events/


EVENT 2017 SERIES presents: MFA in Arts Leadership Project Presentations

June 10

Pigott Building

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

This is a free event

For details visit: http://calendar.seattleu.edu/MasterCalendar.aspx


Graduate Program Information Session: Nonprofit Leadership Video Session

June 28

12 – 1 p.m.

For more information, visit https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/graduate-degrees/