The Spectator

Deaf Spotlight Exhibition Explores Erasure

March 1, 2018

The Magnuson Park Gallery was nearly silent last Friday, save for an occasional chuckle. Much of Seattle’s deaf community filled...

MGMT Releases New Album: Little Dark Age Review

Quinn Ferrar, Author

February 21, 2018

It has been a decade since Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden, members of music group MGMT, released their debut album “Oracular Spectacular”. The tongue-in-cheek record was written in their senior year of college, and mocked the excesses of rock n’ roll. Though many things have changed over the last ten years, the directionless anxiety and...

Giving Love to Misfit Produce also helps the Environment

Giving Love to Misfit Produce also helps the Environment

February 14, 2018

For just $11 per box you can get a seven-pound box of fruit and vegetables delivered to your doorstep every week, or every other...

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Seattle U addresses Sexual Abuse in Amateur Sports

February 7, 2018

Last week the House approved a bill that requires amateur sports organizations to report alleged abuse, including sexual abuse,...

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New Club Brings Television Broadcast News to Seattle U

January 31, 2018

Hailey Hackett and Diego Hyndman squeezed together tightly in an editing booth to overlay text in a title sequence last Monday...

Week in Review: January 24, 2018

Quinn Ferrar, Author

January 24, 2018

  School Shooting in Kentucky Leaves Two Dead, 17 Wounded —A 15-year-old male student entered Marshall County High School in western Kentucky on Tuesday morning, armed with a handgun. He opened fire, killing two students and wounding seventeen others. A 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl were the victims that passed away. Of the in...

Cryptocurrency Craze Continues Campuswide

January 17, 2018

The exploding market of cryptocurrency has been a hot conversation topic for the past few months. One could hardly attend a holi...

The Aloha Spirit Perseveres

Quinn Ferrar, Author

January 17, 2018

How does one say goodbye forever to the people who matter to them the most? You’d like to think that when the time comes, you would know what to say. The perfect words would string themselves together to capture the essence of 21 years of unconditional love. In reality, it’s like getting a whole tortilla chip stuck sideways in your gullet whi...

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Demonstrators Gather Downtown for Black Friday Protest

November 29, 2017

Hundreds of Black Lives Matter demonstrators gathered downtown near Westlake Center on Nov. 24 for a planned protest. This is the f...

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Jenny Durkan Elected Mayor of Seattle

November 8, 2017

Former U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan has surged ahead of Cary Moon in the mayoral race, receiving more than 60 percent of the vote a...

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Meet SGSU’s New Elects

October 25, 2017

Student Government of Seattle University (SGSU) elections wrapped up, and the new representatives have been sworn in, each with...

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No New Youth Jail Campaign Wins Key Lawsuit

October 18, 2017

End Prison Industrial Complex (EPIC) won a lawsuit in the Washington State appeals court challenging the tax levy passed by vot...

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