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Tuning In to Tune Out: Finding the binge watch balance

Tuning In to Tune Out: Finding the binge watch balance

May 5, 2020

Welcome back! Maybe you didn’t see last week’s inaugural post, or maybe you did and are back for more! This week, I gave into...

Tuning In to Tune Out: Trying to Stay Inspired by New and Old Favorites

Tuning In to Tune Out: Trying to Stay Inspired by New and Old Favorites

May 5, 2020

I have found myself thinking a lot about the state of the world with all of my isolated downtime, and without trying to forget...

Tuning In to Tune Out: On not taking my own advice

Tuning In to Tune Out: On not taking my own advice

May 5, 2020

This week, after I urged you to take a break from screens, I have reinvested all my free time in two amazing shows, so if you...

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” the Greatest American Play

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” the Greatest American Play

May 5, 2020

The beauty of theater is both exceedingly illusive and profoundly lasting. There is no better play to convey this truth than 1949’s...

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; “Ah, There's the Remote!

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; “Ah, There’s the Remote!” How to Get Excited About Shakespeare During Quarantine.

May 5, 2020

Welcome to The Spectator’s new Performing Arts column! I’d like to start by offering some films that serve as a great introduction...

Reliving History – How the Society in Wall-E is Predicting Our Future

Reliving History – How the Society in Wall-E is Predicting Our Future

May 5, 2020

Picture a dystopian future, where the world has been abandoned by all life and all that remains are skyscrapers of trash, a brown...

The Beatles: Not Just for Boomers

The Beatles: Not Just for Boomers

May 5, 2020

Let’s take it back to the 60’s. The music in the 1960’s defined a transition from a lot of jazz, swing, and blues to more...

Jew(ish?)

June 5, 2019

Conclusion Dear Readers: Well, folks, that’s a wrap–it’s the end of the quarter, and the end of my time here a...

The Music Scoop

June 5, 2019

Album Review: Steve Lacy’s “Apollo XXI” Just this month, American musician Steve Lacy released his debut alb...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

June 4, 2019

Cataclysm and Confusion Galore! We’re fast approaching the end of another year here at Seattle University, and I hop...

The Six Block Situation

May 22, 2019

Tacos De La Noche JP: Being inside of a bar limits the customer basis for this spot. For those over 21 y/o, this is a great...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

May 22, 2019

The Road to E3 We’re only a few weeks away from one of the biggest gaming conventions of the year, The Electronic En...

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