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Wednesday, September 21, 2016 4:13 PM
Seattle University will play host to the Washington gubernatorial debate between incumbent Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Bill Bryant 8-9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26.
  • Seattle Central celebrates 50 years
    In recognition of its 50 years as an educational institution and hotspot for social activism, Seattle Central College held a civil march around its Capitol Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 22.
  • Lowell PTA reports feces left on school playground
    A member of the Partners at Lowell School School PTA contacted police last week, after a woman allegedly left feces on a bridge connecting two play structures at the Capitol Hill elementary school on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
  • First Place Scholars receives grant for major improvements
    First Place School experiences many challenges with the families and students it serves. Through a $100,000 Large Projects grant through the Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund and a $110,450 community match, much-needed repairs are on the way. 
  • NLRB confirms count: Seattle U non-tenured faculty to unionize
    While Seattle University celebrates its 125th year, its non-tenured faculty is celebrating the 73-63 deciding vote to unionize, which was verified Friday by the National Labor Relations Board.
  • Garfield High School locked down after nearby shooting
    Nearby Garfield High School was placed on temporary lockdown after a 17-year-old boy was shot in the shoulder outside the Garfield Community Center near 23rd Avenue and East Cherry Street.
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