The Spectator

A Valentine’s Day Exercise in Self-love

Haley Witt, Author

February 14, 2018

If you’re reading this, you’re probably weird. You likely have habits and thoughts that many people would never understand. It’s possible that you feel that your exterior is a misrepresentation of your true self. Sometimes, you might even wish you could be someone entirely different. My hope for the world is that you love being you...

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Technology and ADHD: The Nuances of the Modern Attention Span

November 29, 2017

The iPhone X came out earlier this month, marking 10 years since the release of the first iteration of Apple’s ubiquitous de...

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Time Out Session: Shae Harris Named to Canadian Women’s National Volleyball Team

June 1, 2017

Shae Harris is a sophomore at Seattle University studying Sophomore Marine and Conservation Biology. Harris, a native Canadian, wil...

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Quadstock Recap: Good Tunes in the Sun

May 24, 2017

Temperatures climbed to a high of 71 degrees this past Saturday, just in time for Seattle University’s annual Quadstock concert....

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Seattle U Debate Team Succeeds at National Tournament

May 17, 2017

For many students, Saturday and Sundays are a time to catch up on homework and sleep. But for a team of Seattle University students,...

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Somebody Call 911! Sean Kingston Is at Quadstock 2017

May 10, 2017

“The beauty of the KXSU stage at Quadstock is that it’s going to be a combination of bands who are getting pretty big in Seattle...

Love City Love Hosts Seattle U Undergraduate Album Release

May 3, 2017

If you have ever walked on 14th and Pike, you have likely passed by the building with a “Royal Cleaners” sign. On the inside,...

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Reviewing Campus Eats: A Search for the Bon-Appetizing

May 3, 2017

For first and second year students who are required to purchase Meal Plan 4 ($1480 minimum per quarter), spring quarter can be...

Critic’s Corner: “Colossal” Differs from Expectations

April 26, 2017

Kaiju, a popular Japanese film genre, typically features a giant monster attacking a city (think Godzilla and King Kong). Earlier...

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Seattle U Continues to Navigate Its Role in the Homelessness Crisis

April 19, 2017

A state of emergency is typically declared in the wake of natural disasters like floods, forest fires and tornadoes. In November...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Adjuncts Speak Out on Mission Day in Letter to Fr. Sundborg

April 12, 2017

Traditionally, Seattle University’s Mission Day is reserved for faculty exploration of the university’s mission, which states...

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TeenTix Offers Off-Campus Entertainment for Undergrads

April 5, 2017

Being a teenage college student in Seattle can be frustrating. With a slew of 21- and- over events happening every weekend, it...

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