The Spectator

DOUBLE TROUBLE: TWO THUMBS UP FOR JORDAN PEELE’S SECOND MOVIE

April 10, 2019

“Us” is director Jordan Peele’s second unique and riveting horror-comedy. He is single-handedly reshaping the horror genre...

JAVIER PLASCENCIA • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle Celebrates Dick’s Drive-In with 19 Cent Patties

February 7, 2019

Dick’s Drive-In celebrated their 65th anniversary Jan. 29 with 19 cent cheeseburgers for all. They matched their prices to the...

Newly Proposed Title IX Changes Remove Protections

January 30, 2019

The Department of Education (DOE) submitted a proposal to change policy under Title IX called “Revised Sexual Harassment Guidance:...

VANESSA BRIMHALL • THE SPECTATOR

McCarty Leaves Seattle U with Legacy of Celebrating Inclusivity

January 23, 2019

Jimmy McCarty, the director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), is leaving his position at Seattle University to become the...

Frightful Delights Light Up The Silver Scream Festival

November 7, 2018

This year's Halloween spooky season was brought to a close by the Silver Scream Film Festival, put on by SU Filmmakers. The festival...

Myers Mahem: Halloween Sequel is an Oldie but a Scary

October 31, 2018

“Halloween” (2018) perfectly incorporates three classic horror movie tactics—jump scares, suspense, and gore—to jolt you...

Fest to the Fullest: Queer Film Festival Soars Again

October 18, 2018

The Seattle Queer Film Festival features films created by and featuring members of the LGBTQ community. It is an 11-day festiv...

With a history as a street performer down in Pike Place market, Artis the Spoonman plays to a crowd at The Neptune to celebrate his first studio album and 70th birthday.

It’s Spooning Season: Artis the Spoonman at the Neptune

October 10, 2018

Contrary to popular belief, spoons are not just a helpful tool to transfer your cereal to your mouth. Spoons have the potential...

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