The Spectator

Is Time Up at the Oscars?

Rachel Larson, Author

March 7, 2018

The Oscars are, for many, the biggest night in film. On Sunday night, those in the entertainment industry gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate this year in film. At home, my friends and I waited to see how Hollywood and the Oscars would address the #MeToo movement and its impacts on the entertainment industry. For us, the show had a disappointing end. Celebrating...

RevSU makes Progress, but not as Anticipated

RevSU makes Progress, but not as Anticipated

March 1, 2018

On Feb. 14, Seattle U received an email detailing recent updates on the RevSU project from Information Technology Services. Ma...

Week in Review: February 21

Rachel Larson, Author

February 21, 2018

17 Killed in Florida School Shooting— In the deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook in 2012, a former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida open fired on the school on Wednesday Feb. 14, leaving 17 students and staff dead. In the wake of the shooting, survivors have used their social media platforms to demand change wh...

Running into my Own Arms

February 14, 2018

As someone who is unfamiliar with the concept of fitness, a dream of mine has always been to run a marathon. I’ve never been...

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SU Student Grapples with Threat of Losing DACA Protections

February 7, 2018

“I’ve been in line [to get my citizenship] since I was seven. I was raised here, I was enculturated here, and I’m not asking...

The Week in Review

Rachel Larson, Author

January 31, 2018

Larry Nassar to Spend Rest of Life in Prison— On Wednesday Jan. 24, Larry Nassar, 54, plead guilty to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan, receiving 175 years in prison. Nassar was a doctor of osteopathic medicine as well as a trainer for USA Gymnastics, and an assistant professor at Michigan State University...

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DACA Recipients Continue to Search for Campus Resources

January 24, 2018

Three months after the Trump Administration elected to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and days after congressional...

We Aren’t There Yet: Hollywood Post-Weinstein

Rachel Larson, Author

January 17, 2018

If you don’t routinely keep up with the stars of society, you likely woke up on January 8th, 2018 unaware that the night before marked a distinct change in Hollywood. At the Golden Globes on January 7th, women celebrities united to take a stand against sexual violence through the Time’s Up campaign, dressing (almost) exclusively in black. Many ...

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Track and Field Team Goes the Distance in First Meet of Season

January 17, 2018

The track and field team at Seattle University headed to University of Washington over the weekend for their first meet of the season. Energ...

Allegations Emerge: Facing the Realities of Sexual Misconduct

November 15, 2017

Harvey Weinstein, Ben Affleck, James Toback, Kevin Spacey, George H.W. Bush, Andy Dick, Terry Richardson, Ed Westwick and Louis C.K...

ELISE WANG • THE SPECTATOR

Folks Will ‘Say Cheese’ for New Restaurant Happy Grillmore

November 8, 2017

Happy Grillmore, not to be confused with the 1996 movie starring Adam Sandler “Happy Gilmore,” is serving up smiles at the...

What Do We Mean When We Say ‘The Big One?’

November 1, 2017

In 2015, when the New Yorker published an article about the massive earthquake expected in Seattle, it caused many in the Pacifi...

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