The Spectator

Snapchat Hackers Release Personal Photos

Gustavo Sagrero, Author

October 22, 2014

A highly publicized leak of thousands of private Snapchat photos has shocked the world into the realization that celebrities are not the only ones whose private photos are being targeted by hackers. Only a few of Snapchat users should be concerned with this leak, in which thousands of private images have been obtained by hackers and released to the...

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Out With The Old, In With The New On Cap Hill

April 16, 2014

Many of the major buildings you pass on Capitol Hill have one thing in common—big windows. Once known as “Auto Row”, these...

OIT Fights Off Spam and Hacker Attacks

Gustavo Sagrero, Author

March 5, 2014

Finding ways to combat spam and hackers is something that IT is constantly working on, it’s a never-ending desire between the two to settle one over the other, to reign as supreme. Last week many Seattle U students received several spam emails that were sent to various school listservs, largely from, what appeared to be, adviser accounts. The...

Looking Back on Batman: A Critique

Gustavo Sagrero, Author

October 11, 2013

Batman had many chances when it comes to his life on screen. Whether it's video games, T.V. or film, many of them have been flops. But for some reason, he keeps coming back and we always want more. There’s a particular balance that superhero movies have to maintain. It’s something that one can easily notice when comparing the films of DC...

Freedom Film Series: Black Power Mixtape

Gustavo Sagrero, Author

October 2, 2013

Sometimes, history is a little bit difficult to fathom. Yet, regardless of how uncomfortable we may feel, it is important to learn about all cultures instead of simply focusing on one. In the recently introduced Freedom Film Series, put on by the Global African Studies program, the film “Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” documents the civil rights...

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