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The Present and Future of Academia for Faculty—Teaching Amid a Global Pandemic

The Present and Future of Academia for Faculty—Teaching Amid a Global Pandemic

June 8, 2020

At the start of the pandemic, Seattle University faculty were asked to completely overhaul their class lesson plans as the effects...

A Glimmer of Hope for Collegiate Athletics

A Glimmer of Hope for Collegiate Athletics

June 8, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered collegiate sports across America by forcing the cancelation of spring seasons. There...

One Hundred Questions for Fall Quarter

One Hundred Questions for Fall Quarter

June 5, 2020

As spring quarter nears its end, speculation about what exactly fall quarter will look like abounds, and over a dozen Seattle...

Time Out Session: Hu Finds Hope for Another Season

Time Out Session: Hu Finds Hope for Another Season

June 5, 2020

Krystal Hu, a senior strategic communications major and member of the Seattle University women’s golf team, is currently residing...

But wait, there’s Mora: The Spectator’s Next Editor-in Chief

But wait, there’s Mora: The Spectator’s Next Editor-in Chief

June 5, 2020

If she put her mind to it, Myrea Mora could probably put together an entire newspaper all by herself. Thankfully, she won’t...

Seattle U Students Adjust Summer Plans due to COVID-19 Crisis

Seattle U Students Adjust Summer Plans due to COVID-19 Crisis

June 5, 2020

It’s a sentence that has become ubiquitous: COVID-19 is disrupting people’s lives. In a normal year, many Seattle University...

Celebrating From Afar During a Socially Distanced Pride Month

Celebrating From Afar During a Socially Distanced Pride Month

June 5, 2020

Pride celebrations usually take place in massive crowds and huge parades in celebration of the LGBTQ+ community. This year, social...

College of Arts and Sciences Letter about Solidarity and Changing the Culture of Anti-Blackness at Seattle U and Beyond

College of Arts and Sciences Letter about Solidarity and Changing the Culture of Anti-Blackness at Seattle U and Beyond

June 3, 2020

We are members of the faculty and staff at Seattle University’s College of Arts and Sciences, and we are angry. We are angry...

The Spectator’s Official Message to Stand with Black Students and Uphold Our First Amendment Rights

The Spectator’s Official Message to Stand with Black Students and Uphold Our First Amendment Rights

June 3, 2020

In the wake of current events not only in Seattle but across the nation, we recognize that it is The Spectator’s responsibility...

The George Floyd Protests: A Manifestation of Fear in our Society

The George Floyd Protests: A Manifestation of Fear in our Society

June 3, 2020

Over the last six days, we have witnessed unimaginable distress and protests against the death of George Floyd—who was killed...

Capitol Hill restaurants Ikina and Comet Tavern boarded up due stay-at-home orders that prohibit dine-in.

What Does It Take to Keep a Restaurant Afloat During Quarantine?

June 2, 2020

For companies like GrubHub and UberEats, business is booming during the quarantine as restaurants depend on them for delivery....

Some fun ways to spice up your mac and cheese or ramen include adding pepper, garlic salt, onion powder and some fresh vegetables.

This Week in Entertainment

June 2, 2020

Social media loves food—everything from rolled ice cream to loaded mac and cheese. Scrolling through my timelines across various platforms, I always ask myself, “Why can’t I find any flav...

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