The Spectator

Critic’s Corner: “Fifty Shades Darker” Disappoints

February 15, 2017

Instead of chocolates and teddy bears, this Valentine’s Day was full of handcuffs and blindfolds as “Fifty Shades Darker”...

Samira Shobeiri • the spectator

Passing the Pen to a New Editor In Chief

June 1, 2016

A strong writer, editor and lover of concerts, sophomore English major Jenna Ramsey will be the 2016-2017 Editor in Chief of the...

Sizzle Pie is the a new pizza spot in Capitol Hill that offers artisan pizzas and microbrewed beer.

Sizzle Pie is a Slice of Life on the Hill

May 25, 2016

The competition for the best pizza on Capitol Hill has traditionally been held between Big Mario’s and Hot Mama’s, but a new...

kyle kotani • the spectator

Time Out Session with Fulbright Grant Winner Jen Cruz

May 11, 2016

Making an impact not only on the water but also in the world, women’s rowing captain Jen Cruz has recently been awarded a Fulbright...

“Death of a Salesman” Brings an American Classic to Life

“Death of a Salesman” Brings an American Classic to Life

May 6, 2016

The pursuit of the American Dream becomes a deadly nightmare in ArtsWest’s emotional production of Arthur Miller’s tragedy,...

Nick Turner • The Spectator

Find your Muse at the Digital Design Exhibition

April 27, 2016

“This year’s design exhibition has very professional designer oriented work,” said associate professor Naomi Kasumi, the...

EU Considers New Travel Policy

Callie Craighead, Author

April 20, 2016

The U.S. and Canada are embroiled in a conflict with the European Union (EU) over visa policies which could impact citizens of both countries and their ability to travel to Europe. In an effort to get full reciprocity of visa rights, the EU is considering ending a waiver program that allows citizens of the U.S. and Canada to travel to any of the 28...

Safe Drug Consumption Sites Could Open on Capitol Hill

Callie Craighead, Author

April 13, 2016

Taking a new approach to combating King County’s heroin epidemic and the use of other illicit drugs, city officials are considering the possibility of opening up supervised consumption sites, also known as safe consumption sites. These facilities would create a safe area for drug users to use their drug while also providing them with services like...

International Human Rights Clinic Secures Activist’s Release

Callie Craighead, Author

April 6, 2016

After over two and a half years of imprisonment on false charges by the Mexican government, Renton resident Nestora Salgado-Garcia was released on March 18. Salgado is a naturalized United States citizen who grew up in Olinala in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. She moved to the Seattle area in 1991 and started a family, but would still return to her...

Kyle Kotani • the spectator

Time Out Session: Alyssa Reuble

April 6, 2016

After helping the Redhawks to three victories at the Gaucho Classic II in Santa Barbara, Calif., softball pitcher Alyssa Reuble...

Students to Celebrate Gender Diversity at Drag Show

Students to Celebrate Gender Diversity at Drag Show

March 31, 2016

With the growing popularity of television shows such as “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and the fame of drag stars such as Bianca Del...

Divestment Efforts Get Final Push at Rally

Callie Craighead, Author

March 9, 2016

The voices of students and faculty alike echoed throughout campus as they came together to sing “Divest, divest, we are not powerless,” at the Sustainable Student Action (SSA) Divestment’s Not Dead Rally. Jessie Koon • The SpectatorLast Thursday afternoon, students gathered for the "Divestment's Not Dead" rally put on by Sustainable Stud...

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