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Lawsuit Allegations Resound Among Adjunct Community

Lawsuit Allegations Resound Among Adjunct Community

January 30, 2019

Four weeks ago, a former adjunct faculty member filed a class action lawsuit against Seattle University claiming the school wi...

The Womxn’s March Unites with the MLK March to Bring Change

The Womxn’s March Unites with the MLK March to Bring Change

January 23, 2019

The Women’s March stands as a controversial symbol of feminist activism from the past two years. This remains especially tr...

Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Seattle U Withheld Adjunct Wages

Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Seattle U Withheld Adjunct Wages

January 16, 2019

A former adjunct faculty member has filed a class action lawsuit against Seattle University that alleges that they and other non...

A Multicultural Affair: The Many Ways Seattle U Students Spend the Holidays

A Multicultural Affair: The Many Ways Seattle U Students Spend the Holidays

December 7, 2018

While some individuals feed into the capitalistic flurry of the “most wonderful time of the year” as they come together to ...

The Spectator’s Unofficial Guide to the Holiday Season

November 29, 2018

  Say "Freeze" For Christmas Photos Elise Wang Director of Photography It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so grab your camera and your friends and family! First of all, take advantage of the fact that ther...

Students With Disabilities Navigate a Campus That Excludes Them

November 14, 2018

"An unfriendly place" Some may interpret Seattle University’s choice to co-host the Special Olympics this past summer as a ...

Chartwells Division President Responds to Ongoing Employee Concerns

Chartwells Division President Responds to Ongoing Employee Concerns

October 24, 2018

Two issues ago, The Spectator ran an article on Chartwells and its transition to Seattle University. In the article, employees reported...

Midterm Elections: The Halfway Point

Midterm Elections: The Halfway Point

October 18, 2018

While the deadline has passed for individuals to register to vote online in the state of Washington, in-person registration is ongoing un...

Seattle University’s Systemic Support of Sexual Abuse

Seattle University’s Systemic Support of Sexual Abuse

June 7, 2018

  Skeletons In The Closet There are few things I find more ironic than the university’s decision to rename the Connolly...

End of the Year Spectator-tots Video

End of the Year Spectator-tots Video

June 4, 2018

Thank you and congrats Tots of 2018! We will miss you. See you next year Redhawks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk0a-v7bj0M ...

Seattle U’s Connection to Spotlight Investigation

Shelby Barnes, Author

May 30, 2018

*CONTENT WARNING: SEXUAL ASSAULT, SUICIDE AND MENTAL HEALTH* The Boston Globe’s investigative team, Spotlight, released an investigative feature in June 2002 that exposed leaders in the Catholic Church who concealed and relocated priests that had been molesting children for years. These troubling discoveries brought people to question not only t...

Students Propose Gender Inclusive Housing Policy

Hunter Uechi, Author

May 24, 2018

“There is this whole extra obstacle that comes with being trans when you come to Seattle University. Trans students don’t get to have that Seattle University experience because they don’t have a safe and supportive place to live,” third year Ann Marie Zocchi said about the absence of Gender Inclusive Housing. Zocchi serves as one of the representa...

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