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The Friendly Faces Behind our Beautiful Campus

The Friendly Faces Behind our Beautiful Campus

April 27, 2016

Illustrated by Lorna McDonnell • The Spectator Seattle University is full of ambitious students and professors, rushing from class...

Illustrated by Mandy Rusch

In the dark about the sexual misconduct policy: Why The Seattle U Community Wants Clarification—And Change

March 9, 2016

Illustrated by Mandy Rusch Federal laws are often written in an ambiguous manner, allowing each relevant body to interpr...

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“The Good Dinosaur:” A Sneak Peek of Pixar’s Visual Mastery

November 5, 2015

Imagine a world where the infamous asteroid that killed the dinosaurs missed Earth – a world where a small boy and a young,...

“We’re Fed Up” and Fighting for Social Justice

October 7, 2015

As power outages flickered through Dakar, the capital city of Senegal on Jan. 16, 2011, a group of musicians, journalists and activists were formulating a movement that would shake the country to its core. Several names for their new group emerged such as “Ca Suffit” (That’s enough) and “Y’en a assez” (We’ve had enough)—yet the name...

Editorial: Passing the Torch

September 30, 2015

My first day back on campus I was stopped dead in my tracks by a massive white tent spread from end to end of the championship field. After being here for three years I’ve gotten used to seeing changes. And yet, as I arrived onto campus this fall I turned and faced a massive statue that, to the best of my knowledge, wasn’t there three months ago....

Editorial: Trendy Transport

September 30, 2015

Whether you’re walking, running, rolling or hovering, traversing campus has never seen so much variety. Although Seattle University is just about fifty acres in size, when walking around my thoughts always drift to efficiency of travel. So many factors are involved when choosing modes of transport. How fast can I get there? What route am I taking?...

Greener Fairways on the Horizon for SU Golf Teams

September 30, 2015

As the fall sports season begins, Seattle University’s golf teams prepare to dominate after a summer on the course. With only the first set of tournaments completed the season has yet to display the experience encapsulated in both the men and women’s teams. Exiting last spring with six top-3 finishes from the men and a second place ranking in...

Time Out Sessions with Nathan Aune

September 30, 2015

Although they are just weeks into their season, the Seattle University Men’s soccer team has forged a side that looks to make...

Mens Soccer Nets Big Win

September 30, 2015

“Everyone wants to beat the Huskies,” said head men’s soccer coach Pete Fewing, and that is exactly what his men accomplished...

Sleeping with Other People

Critic’s Corner: Sleeping with Other People

September 30, 2015

We’ve seen the story before; a man and woman attempt to be friends despite an obvious romantic connection--in the hopes that...

Love Poke, a Hawaiian food event centered on good food, good drink and good company will be held at the Stonehouse Café on October 6 from 6 to 9 pm.

I Love Poke: Hawaiian Food Comes to Seattle

September 30, 2015

Seafood has a long, glorious relationship with the Pacific Northwest and with Seattle in particular—try a clam chowder bowl...

Students Keep on Falling for Fall Fashion

September 30, 2015

Trying to pin down exactly what the fall fashion trends are this coming school year is a particularly daunting task when everyone...

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