Lynn Collegium Newsletter



Hi everyone! This will be the format for the new and improved Lynn Newsletters! There are many exciting activities and events coming up this quarter that we just wanted to make sure you guys knew about! Hope you join in on some of them and become more accustomed to SU!


2014 Wellness Challenge

A six week campus-wide team challenge
toward holistic wellness

January 13 - February 23, 2014

The Challenge

This is a six week opportunity to challenge yourself to live a more healthy life by setting a personal improvement goal and tracking various aspects of wellness. Teams of four come together to encourage each other and to promote a little friendly competition.

The Five Dimensions of Wellness

  • Physical: Engaging in healthy activities, and taking care of one’s body, nutrition, fitness, medical self-care
  • Emotional: Developing self awareness, managing stress in healthy ways, care for emotional crisis, relaxation
  • Spiritual: Participation in a faith community, connection to something greater than one’s self, love, hope, peace, a sense of purpose
  • Intellectual: Education, thinking about things in new ways, mental stimulation, career development
  • Social: Healthy relationships with family, friends, and others, a sense of belonging, contributing to a community


Lynn Collegium

Building Lynn Building
Entrance First Floor
Hours Monday-Thursday 7:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.; Friday 7:30a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Tutor Assessment Blitz!

Monday, Jan. 13th, 5-8pm

Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, Seattle, WA, United States

Seattle, WA

(Learning Assistance Programs is located on the 2nd floor of the library)

Want a tutor? Beat the rush and avoid the usual one-three week waiting period to complete the Tutor Needs Assessment (TNA) with a Learning Assistance Programs staff person. For one evening only students can complete the required TNA on a walk-up basis. Arrive early to assure your spot. Space is limited and only the first 60 students are guaranteed a walk-up appointment.

Learning Assistance Programs provides one-on-one and small group tutoring for selected courses in biology, chemistry, physics, math, nursing, accounting, finance, economics, psych stats, Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, German and Italian.


The Rainbow Bash!

Wednesday, Jan. 15th, 7-9pm

Student Center, LeRoux Room (STCN 190)

SEAC and Triangle Club present the first-ever Rainbow Bash: a concert designed to raise awareness in support of the gay and trans* communities. This show is entirely FREE and open to everyone.

The concert features the bands Nana Grizol and Your Heart Breaks.

There will be snacks, drinks and FREE iron-on Rainbow Bash patches for the first 75 people! Rainbow/punk attire is encouraged.

We will be joined by gay- and trans*-friendly clubs from UW, SCCC and We Need Queer Youth Space.

Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the show will start at 7:30.

Check out some of the music!

Nana Grizol - Circles 'Round the Moon

Your Heart Breaks - 120 Proof

Questions? Email Marcus at or ask them here!


Saturday, Jan. 18th, 12am to Monday, Jan. 20th, 12am

901 12th Avenue

Seattle, WA

International Spring Break & Summer Opportunities Fair

Wednesday, Jan. 22nd, 10am-2pm

Madison Court

Seattle, WA

Stop by the Xavier Global House lobby to find out what's planned for SU international academic, service and club programs during this spring and summer breaks. Opportunities for everyone!

Advising Period: Spring Quarter 2014

Advising period for Spring Quarter begins!

January 28th - February 14th

SU Etiquette Dinner

Tuesday, Jan. 28th, 6-8:30pm

Campion Residence Hall, Ballroom

Students will be able to practice professional etiquette and social skills they can use at interviews, business lunches and networking events. The evening will include a networking reception, a three-course meal and a presentation from an etiquette expert. All students are welcome to attend. Tickets must be reserved by Jan. 24 at either Albers Placement Center (Pigott 331) or Career Services (Student Pavilion 110). Tickets are first come, first served, and space is limited. Get your ticket early as this event usually sells out. Not open to the public.

Contact Megan Spaulding,, 296-2472 for RSVP/ticket.


Internship Fair

Thursday, Feb. 6th, 11am-2pm

Campion Residence Hall, Ballroom

Career Services, in partnership with the Albers Placement Center, is proud to host the 2014 Internship Fair. Are you looking for work experience in your field of study? Have you always wanted to learn more about a specific industry but aren't sure yet if it is something you wish to pursue as a career? Attend the Internship Fair to meet with internship employers who are looking to fill their internships.

For questions, please contact Career Services at 206.296.6080 or e-mail us at

President's Day Weekend! NO CLASSES!

Saturday, February 15th - Monday, February 17th

Registration Begins: Spring Quarter 2014!

Tuesday, February 18th

Dance Marathon

Saturday, Feb. 22nd, 12am

Campion Residence Hall, Ballroom

Seattle University Dance Marathon is a year-long fundraising effort for Seattle Children's Hospital's uncompensated care fund. Dance Marathon Members raise money through various events and activities, culminating in a 16 hour dance marathon celebration.

Dance Marathon is an essential part of the Seattle University experience because it builds community within the student body while providing funds and support for Seattle Children's Hospital. No family deserves to go bankrupt because of their child's necessary medical care. Join us in our fundraising efforts and celebrate with us at Dance Marathon! Register at the website below. Dancers must raise $100 to participate. Visitors are welcome throughout the day.


contact: Bernie Liang,, (206) 296-6038

Leadership Blitz

Saturday, March 1st, 9am-3pm

901 12th Avenue

Seattle, WA

Join us for the annual leadership conference for all SU students. This year's curriculum focuses on building deep relationships. Learn about how to boost your leadership through more authentic relationships and gain tools for better collaboration and partnership.

RSVP/ticket: Michelle Etchart,, 296-5323