The Spectator

TARYN OKAMOTO • THE SPECTATOR

Ramadam Kareem! Muslim Students Reflect on Fasting in College

May 15, 2019

The first morning during Ramadan, I woke up 10 minutes before dawn. As I realized I slept through my alarm, I scrambled to microwave...

Disoriented Students Navigate Registration Woes

December 7, 2018

Registration week can be a hectic time for students—a timeline that begins with figuring out registration time to hopefully ...

ADRIANA ALEJANDREZ • THE SPECTATOR

Progress Towards Indigenous and Native Inclusion on Campus

December 7, 2018

The Indigenous People’s Institute (IPI) is an addition to the Seattle University campus that is making strides to support th...

MAKANA HOLGERSON • THE SPECTATOR

Office of Multicultural Affairs Hosts First Queer Friendsgiving

November 28, 2018

“When I heard about Queer Friendsgiving I thought about a safe space for our queer folks on campus to celebrate Thanksgiving,...

Seattle U College of Nursing Ranked Best in Washington

November 14, 2018

Seattle University’s College of Nursing was recently ranked the best in Washington and is in the top five percent—number 16—in the U...

Have a Blast With This Pass: Library Card Grants Museum Access

November 14, 2018

Did you know that you don’t have to be a resident of the city of Seattle to receive a Seattle Public Library (SPL) card? Just sh...

CONNOR MERRION • THE SPECTATOR

Student Group Advocates for Gender Inclusive Housing

November 7, 2018

The student group, The Gender Inclusive Housing Council, is working with administrators to implement gender inclusion in Seattle Un...

TARYN OKAMOTO • THE SPECTATOR

CAPS’ Growing Unavailability for Seattle University Students

October 31, 2018

As the school year intensifies, Seattle University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) continues to receive a hig...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Hosseini and Jan Translate Their Afghan Identities Into Activism

October 31, 2018

Khaled Hosseini, an internationally acclaimed author, and Razia Jan, the president and founder of Razia’s Ray of Hope, brou...

MICHAEL OLLEE • THE SPECTATOR

Chartwells Division President Responds to Ongoing Employee Concerns

October 24, 2018

Two issues ago, The Spectator ran an article on Chartwells and its transition to Seattle University. In the article, employees reported...

Rupi Kaur Brings a Full House to the Paramount Theatre

October 18, 2018

Rupi Kaur found her way to stardom when her self-published poetry book, “Milk and Honey,” received national and internati...

TARYN OKAMOTO • THE SPECTATOR

A Hotspot for Political Endorsements: Celebrity Instagrams

October 18, 2018

Remember in 2009 when Kanye West jumped on the VMA stage to interrupt Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech? Their names are bot...

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