The Spectator

Time Out Sessions With Skylar Genger

June 3, 2015

This year, Seattle University’s baseball team experienced its best season of the program’s history. The team won 31 games...

Time Out Sessions With Elena Smith

Harrison Bucher, Author

May 27, 2015

Junior nursing major Elena Smith started running in high school to get out of a gym credit, and now she is a WAC champion for Seattle University. Smith first wanted to attend Seattle U for the nursing program and because she met some of the professors after serving on a panel in high school that discussed how the education in Seattle public schools...

Mariners Hold Even with Boston

Harrison Bucher, Author

May 21, 2015

The Mariners’ roller coaster start to the season hasn’t been up to par. Several analysts expected them to be a dominant force in the AL West. But of course, there are still plenty of games left to play. Last week, the Mariners tied a two-game series with the San Diego Padres and then split a four-game weekend series with the Boston Red Sox. In...

Time Out Sessions with Shane Haworth

May 21, 2015

Shane Haworth began playing soccer when he was six years old and made the decision to try being a goalkeeper in middle school....

Time Out Sessions With Alexus Song

May 13, 2015

Sophomore Alexus Song finished her second year of golf at Seattle University strong as the top performer in each of the last three...

12 Yard Line: Draft Special

Harrison Bucher, Author

May 6, 2015

Is it football season yet? Unfortunately there are still several months to go until the beginning of next season, but it is never too early to start getting excited about football. The NFL schedule has been released, several players have found new teams via free agency or trades, and the NFL draft took place over the weekend as the best college players...

Time Out Sessions with Gus Arroyo

April 30, 2015

Junior Gus Arroyo ran his way into the Seattle University record books earlier this month by completing the 5000 meter in San...

Threat Highlights Campus Safety Concerns

Harrison Bucher, Author

April 29, 2015

On April 17, Seattle University experienced a rare threat to the community’s safety. Early that morning, threatening notes were found in a women’s bathroom in both the Engineering building and Pigott building. Soon public safety made the decision to begin evacuating the buildings and search for suspicious objects. “I came into work and as...

Time Out Sessions with Brianna Smallidge

April 23, 2015

A year from now, there might be another Seattle University alum playing professional soccer. Audrey Mallinak • The Spec...

Critic’s corner: ‘unfriended’

Critic’s corner: ‘unfriended’

April 23, 2015

Who would have thought that hitting the ‘unfriend’ button could have such dire consequences? Director Levan Gabriadze’s...

Time Out Sessions with Mandie Sugita

April 16, 2015

Kangroos, shrimp on the barbie—oh, and a summer of professional softball in Australia­—are in senior pitcher Mandie Sugita’s...

Taylor DeLavega • The Spectator

CEJS Talks Trash With Annual Eco-Challenge

April 15, 2015

Do you have what it takes to save the environment? At Seattle University, environmental sustainability is a focus in almost...

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