The Spectator

Attendees share their Aspirations at Big Dream Gathering

Irine Le, Author

May 30, 2018

Mitch Matthews is a successful keynote speaker and best-selling author who has traveled across the United States for years to give motivational talks. But Matthews’ motivational talks at events and on college campuses aren’t standard events: they’re called BIG Dream Gatherings. On May 22, faculty, students, guests and volunteers headed to the...

Red May Event Sparks Capitalism Critiques

Irine Le, Author

May 24, 2018

On the evening of May 20, visitors, students, and faculty members from Seattle University headed over to the Wyckoff Auditorium to attend the Museum of Capitalism presentation. This event on campus was curated by the creators of the Museum of Capitalism, artist duo FICTILIS, Andrea Steves and Timothy Furstnau. Steves and Furstnau also founded of th...

Seattle Holocaust Center remembers Anne Frank’s Legacy

Irine Le, Author

May 17, 2018

Over 70 years after her untimely and tragic death, the memory of Anne Frank can still be felt in the hearts of Seattleites at the Holocaust Center for Humanity in downtown Seattle. Since its initial creation in 2015 titled “Let Me Be Myself: The Life Story of Anne Frank” exhibit in Canberra, Australia, several countries have been able to share Anne...

Challenging White Feminism with Vanilla Ice Cream

Irine Le, Author

May 3, 2018

As a part of the Questioning Whiteness series on the Seattle University campus, the Gender Justice Center teamed up with the Office of Multicultural Affairs to organize the Vanilla Ice Cream Social: Deconstructing White Feminism event on April 26. This event was facilitated by Haleema Bharoocha and Sophia Xiques. Complete with Frankie and Jo’s vanilla...

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