The Spectator

Inslee Prioritizes Job Creation, Education

Chelsee Yee, Author

February 7, 2013

Washington’s 23rd governor touched on a range of priorities in his inaugural speech: crafting a balanced budget, gun control and school safety, education, and sustaining Washington’s transportation system. This week, we’re taking a look at what Inslee’s tenure could bring for the state. Environment Inslee’s first proposal to the s...

Craigslist Hook-ups End in Robbery, Assault

February 7, 2013

1. Contact stranger on Craigslist to meet up for sex. 2. Have sex with stranger. 3. Stranger beats you up and robs you. Call...

Development Boom Changing the Face of Capitol Hill

January 30, 2013

Sitting in a Capitol Hill alehouse you have just finished reading the latest release of “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald....

Metro Drives Awareness on Human Trafficking

Chelsee Yee, Author

January 23, 2013

“He lied about the job, now he won’t let me leave.” “He promised me a place to stay, then forced me to work as a prostitute.” “She promised me work, then forced me to give up my passport and my wages.” These are examples of some of the ads you’ll see quoting local human trafficking survivors on 200 Metro buses. It’s all part of...

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First Nations Activists Protest Canadian Land Bill

January 16, 2013

Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday to join in a prayer circle and a peaceful rally at Victor Steinbrueck Park for the indigenous...

Vigilante Traps SU Student in Sex Crime Case

Chelsee Yee, Author

January 16, 2013

“If you want to be a vice cop, cool. Apply to be an officer, go through training, work the streets for a few years, and try to get a transfer to the Vice Unit. But please, oh please, do not take it upon yourself to go out and buy a pair of handcuffs, rent a hotel room, and set up your very own sex sting,” wrote Seattle Police Department’s Jonah...

New Web-Based Tutorials ‘Lynda’ Hand

Chelsee Yee, Author

November 28, 2012

It happens without fail at least once a quarter: a professor tries to use a computer program in front of the class, and students squirm in their seats until some poor soul finally caves and helps out. In an increasingly plugged-in academic climate, technological proficiency is becoming a must. The Office of Information Technology has recently addressed...


United Filipino Club Gets its Jam on

November 14, 2012

Seattle University’s Pigott Auditorium was packed with five musical acts and two local dance groups last Friday, marking the...

The Glass Menagerie

Williams’ ‘Glass Menagerie’ Shines At The Rep

November 7, 2012

This season at the Seattle Repertory Theater Associate Artistic Director Braden Abraham brings to life one of Tennessee Williams’...

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