The Spectator

The Up-Side of Descending into Terror 

Andru Zodrow, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2020

If there is one word that will be appropriate when describing the year 2020 in the future, it will likely be “horrific.” In the opening months of the year, the United States teetered on the verge of war, democratic corruption and financial upheaval on the heels of a pandemic. The only thing scarier than the current reality are the moments of horr...

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Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; I just watched “Cats” and “Carrie: The Musical.”  

May 30, 2020

I think I may have had some sort of musical mental break this weekend, because I decided to watch two musicals that are generally...

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Tuning in To Tune Out: Better Things and the unquestionable legitimacy of Madam Secretary

May 30, 2020

Season 6 of Madam Secretary released on Netflix this past week and was sadly the last season of what I think is one of the best...

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Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; “A Streetcar Named Digital.”

May 30, 2020

The National Theatre in London is an internationally renowned venue that produces both contemporary and classic works. For the past...

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Tuning in To Tune Out: Bowing down to Hulu

May 30, 2020

Hi All! This week I come to you bookless again, and now I’m an even prouder Hulu supporter. I am shocked by this developmen...

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

May 27, 2020

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced in an email that Fall Quarter 2020 will officially begin two ...

Josh Tzeng

Faculty and Staff Share Concerns Regarding University’s Handling of Budget Cuts

February 21, 2020

For the last three years Seattle University has been operating at a financial deficit, prompting a university wide review of all...

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“Mrs.Doubtfire” at the 5th is Undoubtedly Entertaining

January 6, 2020

Dusting off popular movies or shows and converting them into musicals has become its own subgenre over the past couple of decades...

The group of Seattle U student-athletes who were accused of yelling sexist and racist comments at a female UW soccer player have come forward and apologized. | Photo courtesy of Brian Baird

Seattle U Student-Athles Involved in Alleged Racist and Sexist Harassment at NCAA Soccer Tournament

December 4, 2019

A group of Seattle University student-athletes came forward and apologized to the Athletics Department for their behavior at the NCAA ...

A photo provided by Brian Baird of the group of students, he alleges some of them yelled at the University of Washington goalie.

Seattle U Students Accused of Yelling Racist, Sexist Remarks at UW Soccer Player During NCAA Tournament

November 21, 2019

A group of Seattle University students were allegedly heard shouting sexist and racist jeers at a University of Washington (UW)...

Coming-Out Day is Every Day for Queer Folks

Coming-Out Day is Every Day for Queer Folks

October 11, 2019

I came out as queer during my sophomore year of high school, but that wasn’t the end of my coming out experience. I came out duri...

A letter to Seattle U and Fr. Steve from SU Alumni for Planned Parenthood

A letter to Seattle U and Fr. Steve from SU Alumni for Planned Parenthood

October 10, 2019

Dear Seattle University and Father Steve,  We are disappointed. We are not surprised, but we are angry, livid, concerned, and frustrat...

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