The Spectator

The Twelfth Woman: Certain Victory

Kelsey McGarry, Author

January 21, 2015

I have never been good at math. This was evident to my tenth-grade math teacher. At the end of the semester, we were presented the opportunity of gaining extra credit points through a “friendly” game of sports trivia. I raced to the board and ferociously scribbled the answer to almost every question that was posed. My math teacher was dumbfounded...

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Non-Catholics Marginalized at Seattle U?

November 13, 2013

Seattle University prides itself on hiring from a very diverse applicant pool. So when word got out that Mission & Ministry would...

Elderly Woman Neglected to Death, Abuse of Elderly on the Rise

Kelsey McGarry, Author

October 21, 2013

An 88 year-old-woman in Sydney, Australia was neglected to death, as she lay screaming in pain for three weeks. "Nothing in the past has disturbed me like this job disturbed me," paramedic Christopher Curtis told police. "I've not seen anyone, regardless of their age, that could withstand the level of pain inflicted by a fractured femur for five seconds.” The paramedics described the scene of the death of Cynthia Thore...

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