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ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Womxn Changemakers on Intersectional Advocacy at the Riveter

June 5, 2019

The sun set as six women panelists’ voices rose over the attending crowd at The Riveter, Capitol Hill’s female- owned and...

Healing Trauma Collective Supports Victims of Violence

November 14, 2018

Nestled in the first floor of Chardin amongst classrooms and communal meeting spaces sits the Gender Justice Center (GJC), equipp...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle Walks Its Streets for Freedom from Trafficking

October 24, 2018

“Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime. Over 27 million people are trapped in slavery. Human trafficking generates an ...

Title IX and Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Elise Wang, Director of Photography

May 10, 2018

Late one night during her freshman year, Jane* got into an Uber she had ordered off campus. She got back and waited in her room without changing her clothes. When it was time, she went to the emergency hour appointment at Seattle University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS. Though Jane had hoped to talk to the counselor she usually t...

ELISE WANG THE SPECTATOR

Is Amazon Good for Seattle?

March 15, 2018

Throughout the city of Seattle, the word “Amazon” seems to echo down the streets, up the Space Needle, over the Sound and...

 Rachel Larson

Why are there stickers on the bathroom mirrors?

February 14, 2018

Have you noticed the black, square stickers posted on bathroom mirrors across campus? As of Feb. 1, the stickers were posted to...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Sit Down, Eat Humble Pie

October 11, 2017

Walking through the grapevine-covered entryway, the location, the materials, the people, the pizza and the owner Brian Solazzi...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Bob Ross Inspires Student Work

February 22, 2017

Students gathered at Bellarmine Hall to paint along with Bob Ross videos on Thursday, making their own "Happy Accidents." AL...

Frankie and Jo’s: It’s Not Just Ice, Ice, Baby

Elise Wang, Director of Photography

January 18, 2017

In light of New Year’s and the annual Health Kick Resolution, I know the internal back-and-forth that we all endure as we pass by cookies in C-Street, baked goods in the Bistro and the candies in the Cave. I know the struggle, of bundling up and throwing on a few sweaters trudging through the cold, all the way up to Molly Moon’s when we finally...

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