The Spectator

People gathered at the Neumos Theater in Capitol Hill to protest the theater, which promotes social justice of all kinds, booking a band with the name

Community Rallies to Fight Ignorance, Appropriation

October 21, 2015

Stop this band, stop this show, Viet Cong has got to go.” That is what protestors chanted in unison at a protest on Friday Oct....

Cam Peters • The Spectator

Seattle U Student Radio Entering a New Era

October 21, 2015

KXSU is blossoming. There may not be any cracking voices or hair emerging in new places, but Seattle University’s student run...

Seattle South Asian Film Festival as Tool for Peace

October 14, 2015

Film is a tool of peace; that was the idea behind the founding of the Seattle South Asian Film Festival 10 years ago and to those...

Czarina Ramsay Steps in As New OMA Director

October 7, 2015

The Office of Multicultural Affairs has undergone a makeover. Relocated to the Pavilion building, Seattle University’s fresh...

A Lens Unlike Any Other

October 7, 2015

Big blockbuster films are a dime a dozen nowadays. Foreign films, however, are a tad harder to come by. Latino films can be particularly...

Nate's Wings and Waffles

No Country for Old Waffles

September 30, 2015

With walls ornamented in panels made from pallets, Nate’s Wings and Waffles has an atmosphere that is most accurately described...

‘Pink Out Day’ Rallies For Planned Parenthood

September 30, 2015

The color pink is often associated with all things feminine. This week, advocates of Planned Parenthood donned the color in support...

Sanders’ Values Resonate With Seattle U

May 13, 2015

The 2016 presidential elections are quickly approaching, and the campaigning is in full force. You don’t have to look far to...

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