The Spectator

Leicester City Looks to Cap Improbable Run

Chaucer Larson, Author

April 27, 2016

By now I’m hoping just about everyone has heard of Leicester City Football Club. If not, don’t sweat it; you still have time to witness one of the greatest, if not the greatest sports stories in years. After gaining promotion from England’s second tier in 2014, Leicester (pronounced Lesster) didn’t have an ideal year in the Premier League...

Photos courtesy of Photographic Center North West

Punctum Exhibit Showcases Poignant Photography

December 2, 2015

Taking inspiration from Roland Barthes’ 1980 look into the art of photographer Camera Lucida, the Photo Center Northwest has...

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Men’s Soccer Ends in the Sweet 16

December 2, 2015

Seattle University’s finest ever season at the Division I level has come to an end, with a 3-1 loss to Syracuse. Away to...

Seattle University’s Finest D1 Season Comes to an End

Chaucer Larson, Author

November 29, 2015

Seattle University’s finest ever season at the Division I level has come to an end. Away to Syracuse in the Sweet 16, the Redhawks were behind after just two minutes when Miles Robinson thumped home a corner kick from close range. Seattle U was always going to be faced with a tough task traveling 2,744 miles cross country, the farthest of any...

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Seattle U Heads to Sweet 16 After Win Over UCLA

November 23, 2015

Seemingly defying the country’s expectations, the Seattle University men’s soccer team has advanced to the Sweet 16 of the...

Women’s Soccer Season Ends Abruptly

Chaucer Larson, Author

November 11, 2015

Immense passion was left on the field during the Seattle University women’s soccer 2015 season, however on Sunday afternoon Seattle U left the pitch feeling a bit of remorse. After a 2-0 loss at the hands of Utah Valley (UVU), the Redhawks were denied their third consecutive Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship. Seattle U finishes the...

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Coach’s Corner: Pete Fewing

November 11, 2015

CL: With the No. 13 National ranking and the team being on the rise the past few years, is this the season that Seattle U has...

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Three-Peat: Women’s Soccer Wins WAC Again

November 4, 2015

Karli White’s ninth goal of the season earned the Seattle University women’s soccer team a hard fought 1-0 win against Utah...

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NO. 13 Men’s Soccer Locks Up NO. 1 Seed

November 4, 2015

David Olsen continued his streak of brilliant form to score a hat trick Sunday against the University of Incarnate Word (UIC)...

MLS Playoffs Here: A Postseason Preview

Chaucer Larson, Author

October 28, 2015

After a flying start to the season, a middle portion rummaged with injuries and misfortunes, and an end that turned out to be just good enough, the Seattle Sounders are back in the MLS Playoffs. Last years’ Supporters‘ Shield winners clinched the fourth seed in the Western Conference courtesy of a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake on Sunday night. This...

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Seattle U Soccer Sees off Bakersfield

October 21, 2015

David Olsen’s overhead kick propelled the Seattle University Men’s soccer team to a resounding 3-1 victory over CSU Bakersfield...

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Critic’s Corner: Imperfection Reigns in Steve Jobs Biopic

October 21, 2015

His impact in the computing industry changed the world forever. He was one of the most technologically influential people to ever...

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