The Spectator

The Seattle U Fall 2013 Sports Preview

Alaina Bever, Author

September 26, 2013

Golf Seattle University’s golf teams are looking to be on-par this season as coach Marc Chandonnet takes the lead and drives the team towards wins. Of the nine additions to the teams this year, three are Washington state champions. “We have people who know how to win,” said Chandonnet. “We have proven winners and that’s something we didn...

Athlete of the Week: Nathan McLaughlin

September 26, 2013

At the University of Washington and Seattle University cross-country open, sophomore Nathan McLaughlin reached a new high point...

The Benefits of Being Lazy

September 25, 2013

Everyone loves a little healthy competition, but some of us aren’t interested in breaking a sweat all too often. I admit that I’m lazy when it comes to physical activities. So I dove into researching “sports for lazy people.” What I found in my research was better than I had hoped for. There’s a “sport” out there called couch surfing,...

A Harrowing Horse Tale Threatens the Equestrian Industry

Emily Hedberg, Author

September 24, 2013

Seven years ago in Connecticut, a horse with the precious name of Scuppy, tore off a large portion of a young boy’s cheek. Despite a disturbing image that comes to mind when visualizing this incident, and despite it being a terrible thing to happen, one might not think much of the altercation. Relatively speaking, this is a common occurrence....

Program Aims to Tackle Weight Issues

Program Aims to Tackle Weight Issues

February 7, 2013

Overweight people are not the only ones struggling with their weight. Being underweight is also a struggle. Reality television...

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