The Spectator

The SU Paper Shortage: An Epidemic

Olivia Anderson, Author

February 17, 2016

Fun Fact: It is speculated that Seattle University goes through tens of thousands of sheets of paper per week. Sometimes, it only takes half a week. Okay so maybe that tidbit isn’t exactly fun, per se, but it is a legitimate hypothesis nonetheless. And it poses several problems. It’s no secret that this has been a longstanding issue amongst...

Critic’s Corner: ‘The Lazarus Effect’

Critic’s Corner: ‘The Lazarus Effect’

March 5, 2015

One might call him a modern day Frankenstein. His name is Frank, after all—and he’s figured out how to bring the dead back...

SUVSA Xuan Festival Bridges Generations

Olivia Anderson, Author

May 7, 2014

Although April showers bring May flowers, May also brings celebrations around the world of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage month. Seattle University’s own Vietnamese Student Association (SUVSA) plans to honor this year’s heritage month with the annual Xuan (Spring) Festival. The event is the club’s biggest of the year, and includes an array...

SU Imagines World Through Photo Lens

Olivia Anderson, Author

April 30, 2014

Morocco. Ireland. Denmark. What do all these countries have in common? These are just some of the many places Seattle University students have traveled abroad this past year. Beginning on May 1, for the sixth year in a row, Seattle U will host its annual “Imagining the World” contest, a photography competition where international students and...

Digital Design Shows A New ‘Per Spektiv’

April 23, 2014

On Thursday, April 24, the culmination of a year’s worth of work for digital design students will vest in the opening of the...

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Campus Club Innovates For Community

April 16, 2014

Seattle University’s Enactus and innovation and entrepreneurship club has the longstanding goal of helping local companies in...

East Precinct to Bring Crime Full Circle

Olivia Anderson, Author

November 6, 2013

According to the Seattle Police Department, in July 2013 alone there were 455 simple assaults, 17 accounts of forcible rape, and 103 strong-armed robberies, and that doesn’t include unreported crime. Andrea Brenneke of Compassionate Seattle hopes to change this by developing a restorative way to combat the crime in Seattle, rather than immediately...

Brand New Art Gallery Features SU Staffer

October 30, 2013

For those interested in Geisha cigarette-box art, look no further than Currency Art Gallery. On Oct. 3, the gallery opened...

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