The Spectator

Indigenous People’s Institute Brings Elder to Guide Community

Bailee Clark, Author

March 7, 2019

Upon entering the Indigenous People’s Institute, on the first floor of Xavier Hall with a door marked by a bust of Chief Seattle just outside, Program Coordinator Diane Tomhave greets visitors in a warm and inviting office. When they look around, they see a room covered in art created by native people, filled with several comfortable couches, and decora...


Men’s Week In Review

December 6, 2018

Basketball It was a big week for the Seattle University Men’s Basketball team, taking on Northwest University on Nov. 28 and...

SU swimmers race against past teammates at Saturday's annual Alumni Meet.

Just Keep Swimming: Swim Team Alumni Return and Race

November 14, 2018

Alumni of the Seattle University swim team hit the pools on Saturday, Nov. 10 to compete and meet up with fellow former Redhawks. The...

Men’s Basketball Player To Watch: Matej Kavas

November 8, 2018

It is hard to miss the six foot eight inch figure of Matej Kavas as he walks across campus. Kavas is a fairly reserved business...

Bohemian Rhapsody: Freddie Mercury Will Rock Your World

November 7, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody is one of those songs that you have no choice but to sing along with when it plays. Most people know Bohemian...

Megan Delorey and Rachel Kastama finishing in the Women's Cross Country WAC Championships.

Women’s Week In Review

October 31, 2018

Volleyball The Redhawks traveled to take on Utah Valley University (UVU) on Thursday, Oct. 25. Seattle University started strong a...


The Neglected Fine Arts Department of Seattle University

October 31, 2018

On the edge of campus, in a modest building, sits the fine arts department of Seattle University. In recent years, the program...

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Old Moolah Baby, Tha Carter V Is Finally Here

October 10, 2018

Lil Wayne has dropped his new album, “Tha Carter V,” after four years of anticipation. The 23-track album is filled with a...

Adjunct Faculty: Underpaid, but not under contract

Bailee Clark, Author

June 10, 2018

The cost of attending a five-credit class for a quarter at Seattle University is around $5,000. The payment received by a part time adjunct professor at Seattle U is less than this figure. James Clune, a part time adjunct professor in the Communications department said that he makes $4,000 for each class he teaches. Clune started out as a full time...

Seattle U Baseball Ready for WAC Tournament

Bailee Clark, Author

May 24, 2018

Saturday was senior night and the parents threw out the ceremonial first pitch to their respective graduating senior. Saturday was also the last of three games to Grand Canyon University (GCU) before the team travels to the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Baseball Tournament. The Redhawks were not able to pull off any wins, being defeated by Grand Cany...

Softball wraps up a Record-Breaking Season

Bailee Clark, Author

May 17, 2018

The Seattle University Women’s Softball team ended their season last week in Las Cruces, N.M. at the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) tournament. The Redhawks took on the University of Missouri Kansas City and Grand Canyon, unfortunately losing both games. Even though the team didn’t come away with positive results, there were still some victories...

‘Dear White People’ Explores the Complexity of Racism

Bailee Clark, Author

May 17, 2018

The second season of the Netflix original series, “Dear White People,” was released this month. The show takes place at a fictitious Ivy League university. The content is meant to reflect social and racial issues that still exist on college campuses across the nation. While it appears that society has made progress in some ways, there are still iss...

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