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The Magical World is Back, and It’s ‘Fantastic’

The Magical World is Back, and It’s ‘Fantastic’

September 26, 2013

About 16 years ago, the world fell in love with a boy with a lightning shaped scar on his forehead. With his uncontrollable hair,...

Cabaret Kicks off Exciting Year for Freshmen

Alaina Bever, Author

September 24, 2013

If there’s one thing Seattle University students take seriously, it’s our Redhawk pride. This past Saturday, September 21, this school pride took center stage during Welcome Week at the Orientation Advisers (OA) Cabaret, an annual event hosted by the OAs. Performed in Campion Ballroom, the Cabaret serves as both a welcome event for the freshman...

Senior Retrospective

The Spectator Staff

June 5, 2013

Graduating Seniors on the Spectator Staff give their thoughts and advice: Every student newspaper does senior columns. In high school, I prepared for my senior column for four years. In college, however, I prepared for less than four minutes. This is because I have come to the realization that I have no place giving advice to readers. I am...

Golf Gone Wild: A Hole-in-One for Smash Putt

Golf Gone Wild: A Hole-in-One for Smash Putt

March 6, 2013

Smash Putt is not your average mini golf course. The seasonal golf course’s unusual holes, which feature scratch-and-sniff te...

The 2013 Best Picture Nominees: The Good, The Bad and The Unethical

January 23, 2013

Amour (Directing: Michael Haneke, Actress: Emmanuelle Riva, Foreign Language Film, Original Screenplay) Kellie Cox, A&E ...

Look Who’s Laughing Now: Women in Comedy

January 23, 2013

The first episode of Tina Fey’s “30 Rock,” which aired on Oct. 11, 2006, was momentous because it marked the first time...

The Spectator’s Pits and Peaks of 2012

The Spectator Staff

January 16, 2013

The Spectator Staff recalls the highs and lows of 2012. Best New TV Show: Girls Kellie Cox, A&E Editor The time has come to stop asking if you’re a Carrie or Samantha and start thinking of yourself as a Hannah or Shoshanna. Often deemed our generation’s “Sex and the City,” Girls is more than that—it’s actually realistic, at times...

Halo 4: Old Game, New Guns

Jake McCune, Author

November 14, 2012

I’ll be honest—I wasn’t very excited for Halo 4. I had run the gamut of games in high school, reveling in three-shot battle rifle kills and legendary co-op runs along with almost every other guy my age. Halo was like a social obligation to many of my friends growing up. It was simply what you did when everyone was hanging out at each others’...

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