The Spectator

Gonzaga Setting Bar for Mid-Majors

J. Adrian Munger, Author

March 13, 2013

Gonzaga University, our cross-state comparison, ascended to the highest ranking in college basketball recently, reaching number one for the first time in the program’s history. In doing so, Gonzaga has set an example for the way that a Mid-Major can achieve long-term success in college basketball. Seattle University has the opportunity of being...

SGSU struggles to find place on campus

J. Adrian Munger, Author

March 13, 2013

Outside an office on the western end of top floor of the Student Center, there’s a large and very misleading sign. The sign reads “Associated Students of Seattle University”, and it’s misleading because there’s no such thing as the Associated Students of Seattle University. There hasn’t been for almost a year. ASSU ceased to exist at the...

How Location and Culture Keeps Xavier Separate and Why it Will Never Change

J. Adrian Munger, Author

February 27, 2013

Of all the residence halls, Xavier is certainly the loneliest. Situated in a corner of campus, Xavier is physically the most remote residence hall at Seattle University. But the gap between Xavier and the rest of campus is much deeper and more subtle than geographic distance. The gap is a cultural one. Xavier is a Global House, meaning it plays host...

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