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Fresh Faces: The Seven Newly Elected Officials for 2019-2020

Fresh Faces: The Seven Newly Elected Officials for 2019-2020

October 30, 2019

The Student Government of Seattle University (SGSU) has closed their voting period for the 2019-2020 fall elections. The representative...

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The Week in Review

October 30, 2019

Boeing CEO Under Fire During D.C. Hearings on the 737 MAX Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg faced his first round of Senate hearings...

A crowd of onlookers listens to Jessica Mooney as she reads from her book, “Parting Gifts for Losing Contestants.”

Spooky Lit Crawl Brings Out Hordes of Writers

October 30, 2019

Packed rooms full of patrons occupied coffee shops, bars, bookstores and even glasses shops across Seattle on Thursday night for...

Letter to the Editor Regarding Spectator Coverage

Letter to the Editor Regarding Spectator Coverage

October 30, 2019

Dear Editor of the Spectator, Academic Assembly (AcA), the faculty governing body of Seattle University, adopted the attached...

Student protestors hold signs outside the Administration Building.

“I’m Not Done Talking”—Protests & Motions Follow Sundborg’s Planned Parenthood Decision

October 23, 2019

Following the decision by Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg S.J. to remove Planned Parenthood as a listed resource...

Fair Pay to Play— Or is It?

Fair Pay to Play— Or is It?

October 16, 2019

On Monday, Sep. 30, California became the first state to permit the payment of collegiate athletes for work regarding ...

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Seattle University ITS Comments on Recent Rise of Phishing Scams

October 16, 2019

A recent email from the Department of Public Safety sent out to the Seattle University community referenced multiple reports of...

Seattle City Counsel Elections Around the Corner

Seattle City Counsel Elections Around the Corner

October 16, 2019

With November approaching, Seattle City Council elections are coming to a head. There are seven city council seats up for gr...

Members Daniel Ansom, Megan Oakes, Jared Fontenette, and Samantha Taber (left to right) were among many that enjoyed the Queer People of Faith Brunch for Dinner event.

Queer People of Faith Dinner Unites Identities

October 16, 2019

On a campus that prides itself on diversity and inclusivity, the importance of events that celebrate one another and cre...

Lime Bikes: A Symbol for Gentrification, Or a Means to Stop it?

Lime Bikes: A Symbol for Gentrification, Or a Means to Stop it?

October 16, 2019

Bike-sharing’s popularity has exploded in the past couple of years, and this is no better seen than in Seattle. No ...

The Campaign for Uncommon Good Unveiled to the Public

The Campaign for Uncommon Good Unveiled to the Public

October 16, 2019

Recently, a large campaign was unveiled by the faculty to spark talk and engagement within the community about Seattle ...

Students organized and participated in a silent protest in front of Seattle University’s Casey Building on Monday, October 14th, 2019.

A Rallying Cry: Campus Groups Call for Reinstatement of Planned Parenthood Reference

October 16, 2019

Over 1,000 people signed a petition demanding that Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., rescind his...

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