The Spectator

A Letter from the (Former) Editor

June 6, 2019

Stepping into the position of Editor-in-Chief, I really had no idea what was in store for me. What I did know is that I had the...

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Seattle U’s Own Peter Parker Steps Up as Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2019

Jake Gyllenhaal, baseball and politics are a few of Alec Downing’s favorite things. With interests spanning from arts &...

MICHAEL OLLEE • THE SPECTATOR

“With the Writer, for the Reader:” SUURJ Launches Third Volume

May 22, 2019

Seattle University’s Undergraduate Journal (SUURJ) is nearing the publication of its third volume, set to launch May 31. Gaining...

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Cage the Elephant “Social Cues” Reflects on Schultz’s Divorce

April 24, 2019

Cage the Elephant fans have been patiently waiting four years for a new full-record, and the band lifted everyone from that dro...

Atypical Season Two Portrays A Realistic Lead On The Spectrum

February 6, 2019

“Atypical” made its Netflix debut back in August of 2017, and though the first season was riddled with errors when it came...

Hozier performs “Nina Cried Power” at the Paramount on Nov. 18.

Hozier and Hudson Taylor: Perfect Mix of Folk, Indie, & Blues

October 24, 2018

Hozier and fellow Irishmen Hudson Taylor brought their folk charm to the Paramount Theatre on Oct. 18. A balance between indie...

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Getting Drunk… On Words at Seattle’s Lit Crawl

October 18, 2018

Seattle’s annual Lit Crawl offers the book-loving community the exciting opportunity to spend an entire evening perusing the ...

Student, Athlete, New SAAC President: Ivory Randle IV

Student, Athlete, New SAAC President: Ivory Randle IV

October 10, 2018

Sophomore Ivory Randle IV from the men’s soccer team has been selected as president of the Seattle University Student Athle...

Sasquatch! 2018 returns to its roots

Michelle Newblom, Copy Chief

May 30, 2018

The Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Wash. was full of blue skies and stellar performances this past Memorial Weekend. The Gorge has been home to the Sasquatch! Music Festival since 2002 and has featured a variety of artists in its past 17 years. This lineup was one of the best to date with Bon Iver, Modest Mouse and the National leading this year’s...

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Traveling back in time to Seattle University’s Sports Hall of Fame

February 7, 2018

From beating the Globetrotters to allowing women on the men’s team to boasting an alumni as the first American to summit Mount...

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Track and Field sets New Personal Bests at UW Invitational

February 1, 2018

Seattle University Track and Field competed in their second meet of the season at the University of Washington in the UW Invitational...

Men’s Soccer Season Ends in Second Round of NCAA Tournament

November 29, 2017

Following an emotional win against the No. 26 University of Washington in the first round of the NCAA tournament, No. 22 Seattl...

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